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Our family of 6 adults stayed very comfortably in the 3 bedroom apartment. Each bedroom had an en suite, and their was an additional full bath on the main floor. The first floor living area was quite spacious and there’s was a roomy entry to hold all of our ski equipment.
Residence Patricia Zermatt£66Residence Patricia Zermatt£66
We stayed for 6 nights bed and breakfast. The staff were friendly and helpful, the breakfasts were good and the spa facilities were great after a days skiing.
Best Western Plus Alpen Resort Hotel£177Best Western Plus Alpen Resort Hotel£177
Hotel staff so nice and have best recommendation for your stay. The room is clean and if you choose Matterhorn view, you can see Matterhorn all time when you stay.
Hotel Bristol£124Hotel Bristol£124
Great hotel, with friendly and helpful staff. Clean, comfortable and a nice electric bus service to the slopes or car park. Thanks to Britta for a really friendly service - we will hopefully be back!
Nice hotel with comfortable room (although it was quite small). Lovely, quiet seating area downstairs. Great views from the hotel and the added bonus of Swiss cows, complete with bells, in the field next door.
Wonderful experience, Very helpful staff. I stayed with my family for 5 nights after booking through Experian. I had filled in accommodation for 3 and after booking this accommodation the staff contacted me saying that the accommodation was only suitable to two. They were willing to provide an extra ...
Hotel Alphubel is up the main street to the left of the train station entrance, about a 4 minute walk. turn right at the bank and the hotel is in front of you. Check in was quick and Swiss efficient. Two brothers run this place and it appears to again be like Swiss clockwork. Room was sufficient ...
Hotel Alphubel Zermatt£107Hotel Alphubel Zermatt£107
We always stay at La Perle when we visit Zermatt. The location is near both the regional train station and the Gornergratbahn, the train that takes you up the mountain. What we like about the apartment is that it allows for flexibility with meals that also keeps costs down. Of course, if money is ...
Hotel Apartement La Perle£112Hotel Apartement La Perle£112
As a giant outdoor playground for adults and children alike, Valais is a popular choice for people looking for a family-friendly hotel, with accommodation in Valais well geared-up to families and children. Hotels on or near the slopes make life easy at the beginning and end of the ski day, so you don’t have to carry a family of skis across town. Choose a family-friendly apartment or one of the range of hotels with indoor pools and kids clubs, and your children will be made to feel right at home.
Valais is well-known as one of the top winter-sports destinations in the world. It’s so highly regarded that many national teams use the glacier slopes in Zermatt and Saas Fee year-round as their training grounds. But beginners and children are just as well catered for on the gentle slopes of Reideralp, Bettmeralp and Fiesch Eggishorn in Aletsch Arena. Even on Matterhorn, you’ll find 46 miles of beginner runs. There are fabulous nursery slopes for kids with a passion for skiing and snowboarding and special snow playgrounds where little ones can learn in a safe and supportive environment. Sledging, tobogganing and snow-tubing are also a big hit with children getting used to being out and about in the snow, so head for Saas-Grund for the longest run locally or the child-friendly Hoppel Hase Run in Bellwald.
Beyond the snow and the winter season, there’s plenty else to see and do on a day trip from your family-friendly hotel. Right up there on many families’ must-see list is the welcoming village of Graechen, said to be the most family-friendly place in Valais. Just some of the more unusual ways you can enjoy quality family time together here include llama trekking, games trails, water play and monster scooters. Why not try canoeing or river rafting in the Rhone Valley? Or discover the countryside with a day’s mountain biking? If exploring the past is more your thing, then the spectacular castles in Sion (or Sitten as it’s called by the bilingual town’s German citizens) are well worth a visit.