Chalet Hotel Aeschhorn A   Zermatt , Switzerland 4 Stars

Aeschhorn is a modern, traditionally styled chalet.

  • Very good standard of spacious accommodation
  • Wonderful views over resort
  • Distance to bus stop is 350m
  • Lounge
  • Package Summary
  • Chalet (Half board plus wine)
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  • Holiday Ref: 18509
Booking information: Prices are per person and based on 2 sharing unless otherwise indicated. Room and flight supplements may apply. Special offers and ski deals are subject to availability and may sell out at any time. Terms & Conditions

Chalet Hotel Aeschhorn A

Features

  • Sleeps 10 - 12
  • Terrace/Balcony
  • Chalet (Half board plus wine)
Aeschhorn is a modern, traditionally styled chalet offering a very good standard of spacious accommodation and a good bathroom to bedroom ratio. The building is in an elevated position with wonderful views over resort. Sharing a common entrance, we operate two separate chalets that can be combined for larger groups.

Accommodation

 

  • A: 2 twins, basin and terrace (grd. flr.)
  • B: 1 twin, basin and balcony (grd.flr.)
  • C: 2 twins with 3rd bed (bookable if whole chalet taken by 1 group), shower/wc, lounge, inoperative kitchenette and terrace (lwr. grd. flr.)

    Facilities

     

  • WC
  • Lounge
  • Inoperative kitchenette
  • Terrace

    Facts

     

  • Distance to lift Gornergrat is 400m
  • Distance to bus stop is 350m
  • Distance to Tourist Office is 400m
  • Zermatt Resort Info

    Zermatt skiing

    Zermatt, according to some reporters, is as near as anywhere to perfection, so long as you are an intermediate or advanced skier. With vast and varied skiing that extends via a link with Cervinia into Italy, along with awesome scenery, Zermatt really is a great resort. The only downsides: a lack of choice for beginners and a bit of a trek to the lifts at times.

    Zermatt ski resort

    With amazing restaurants both on and off the mountain, a beautiful town that is traffic free apart from the electric taxis and great nightlife to suit all tastes, life down in resort isn't too shabby either. Add to this some great accommodation and good shopping and its easy to see why Zermatt is often described as "the perfect ski holiday destination". Only downside: as with a lot of Switzerland, it's not cheap.

    More Zermatt resort information

    Zermatt Snow & Weather


    Snow Report - 27 Apr 2015
    Last snowed 11-Apr-2015
    Fresh snow1 cm
    Upper slopes240 cm
    Pistes
    Piste stateSpring snow
    Runs to resortClosed
    Off piste snowVaried
    CommentsThe best conditions can be found on the upper slopes
    Lifts open21
    Lifts total54

    Snow Overview - Switzerland  (snow news updated 27-Apr-2015)

    Limited skiing remains on offer across Switzerland, although damp weather on Monday 27th April led to some fairly unpleasant skiing conditions. The rain that was falling is expected to fall as snow to increasingly lower levels (around 1,500m) during the night, and 30cm of powder may be possible. Further spells of snow are expected throughout the week, falling to under 2,000m for much of the time. Skiing still remains on offer in the Engstligenalp area above Adelboden (0/70cm), although the pistes are beginning to become worn. Seven lifts were running at Engelberg (0/350cm) and five were running on the glacier at Les Diablerets (0/280cm), with 10cm of fresh snow reported here on Sunday. The biggest open ski area in the country remains at Samnaun (10/180cm), which was able to run 38/45 lifts and had 186km of pistes open. With Ischgl’s closing concert fast approaching, it promises to be a great final week of the season for the Silvetta Arena ski area. Zermatt (0/240cm) was also offering over 100km of ski pistes, served by 21 lifts. It is no longer possible to ski back to resort but the slopes above Schwarzsee remain in good condition as do the connections over the border to Cervinia. All of our other featured Swiss resorts are now closed for the season.

    European Weather Outlook

    A return to winter is forecast for the Alps during Monday night as a strong cold front is expected to arrive and lower the snow level to around 1,500m. How quickly the freezing level drops will be key to the amount of skiable fresh snow, but current indications suggest 30cm is possible across the northern Alps. More snow is expected up until Friday, potentially as much as 30cm again, with a snow level remaining mostly below 2,000m. A return to mild, spring-like weather and a freezing level of 3,000m plus is expected for the weekend. Scandinavia is predicted a changeable week, with some good spells of sunshine expected as well as some snow showers. Some of these may be heavy and Are could pick up as much as 10cm of fresh snow on Thursday. A return to winter has also been felt across Scotland this week and is forecast to continue over the coming days. Expect some heavy snow showers and perhaps spells of more organised snow during the afternoons and evenings in particular.


    All snow report information supplied by Ski Club of Great Britain Ski Club of Great Britain