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We arrived late and yet were happily greeted by a staff member who showed us our room. We opened our door to the balcony and the majestic Matterhorn was looming above us. We could hear cow bells softly jingling in the distance making me feel like I had been transported into a film I loved dearly ...
Wonderful hotel, nice and clean room with balcony and view of Matterhorn. Staff very helpful and friendly. Close to train station
We stayed here in early March for the tail end of the ski season and had an enjoyable time. The rooms, while small, were comfortable and cozy. The website describes the bathrooms as partially open, which in our room meant that the toilet and a sink were in a separate room, while the shower opened ...
The Admiral was a new hotel for my Swiss summer walking holiday and it worked out perfectly. The hotel was in a very quiet location in Zermatt but only about a five minute walk from the main train station. It was also beside the river that runs through town which made for some good sleeping.
Switzerland is a pet-friendly country, and that love of animals extends to pet-friendly hotels in Valais and across the country. Many hotels in Switzerland and Valais welcome dogs and cats just as warmly as two-legged ones.
There’s a great variety of pet-friendly hotels in Valais to choose from, close to the main towns in the Rhone Valley and further up into the resorts and mountains. Book your room in a traditional chalet where you can all curl up in front of the fire. Stay in style at a cutting-edge design hotel with views of nothing but infinite skies and snow-capped peaks. Or pick a luxury apartment with spa facilities right at hand.
Wherever you stay in Valais, if you’re hoping to bring your pet with you, you’ll need to let the accommodation know in advance when you book your room. Pet-friendly hotels in Valais are happy to welcome your pets with usually just a small extra charge per pet per night. Before you travel, be sure to check out Switzerland’s dog laws so the whole visit to Valais goes smoothly.
Valais is a beautiful region for enjoying the great outdoors. There are more miles of hiking trails for you and your dog to discover than you could wish for and, as long as you keep your dog on a lead around children or near livestock, you’ll be free to roam. Take in the spectacular views of the iconic Matterhorn and over 40 other 13,123-feet-plus peaks. In summer, follow the routes taken by the historical water courses, called bisses, that make farming this land possible. And if you want to go high up into the mountains, your dog will be allowed on most gondolas. For intrepid pet-owners, there are even cross-country ski routes that you and your pet can both enjoy. And when it comes to dinner time, many cafes and restaurants are happy for you to bring your dog in while you dine.