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Older hôtel very well located close to everything. Only two things I didn't like: very small room and just in front of a bar. It can be noisy. If you have good ear plugs I recommand. Breakfast in morning excellent and very nice people.
We had a wonderful weekend stay here. It is very well situated in the village center. Staff were attentive. Older design but well maintained facilities. Rooms have everything you need. Compared to the other few places that will allow weekend stays, it was reasonably priced. Breakfast was simple and ...
Great trip will go again good food late bar great place
If you're coming in to Zermatt by car, no need haul your bags up - get a place in Tasch, park the car, unload the bags, and just take the train up to Zermatt to see the sights. This hotel is right at the train station, so very convenient. We stayed in the older portion - it was OK, but rumor is the ...
We paid the extra $15-20 a night to get mountain views and let me tell you, that made our entire trip! Waking up to the Matterhorn every morning was incredible. Small rooms and the building was very outdated but that made it even more unique
You’ll find a good choice of two-star accommodation in Valais, with a variety of places to stay in most of the popular locations across the region. If you’re here to spend as much time as possible out on the piste, hostels and inns could be a good option for a comfy place to rest your head before you set off on the next adventure. Sports enthusiasts looking for a few more facilities can take advantage of mid-range hotels close to the ski lifts in Zermatt and near the airport in Sion. And there’s a good variety of traditional Swiss chalet hotels ideal for a cosy getaway.
Wherever you decide to stay in Valais, the spectacular landscapes of the region will be waiting to welcome you. Exploring the hiking trails, lakes, valleys and forests is a great budget-friendly way to get away from it all and enjoy Valais’s vast skies and wonderfully fresh air. If you’re here for the winter sports, the top-quality slopes and guaranteed snow will not disappoint. Zermatt is the only ski resort in Europe with skiing 365 days a year. And while the area is perhaps best known for being home to glamorous high-end resorts like Verbier, there are more affordable slopes, like Les Portes du Soleil and Evolene, where a day pass will cost about the same as a decent meal out.
For traditional charm with a modern twist plus superlative skiing, you could plump for a two-star inn in car-free Zermatt. The views of the majestic Matterhorn rising above the village are worth the trip alone. For total relaxation and a soothing break for your muscles and mind, a budget hotel near Leukerbad – Europe’s largest thermal spa resort – could be just what you’re looking for. And if you’d like to get a taste of everything great about Valais all rolled into one, try a two-star apartment in the beautiful Saas Valley.