Admiral Hotel

Address: Matterstrasse 23, Zermatt, Valais, Swiss Alps, 3920, Switzerland | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Matterstrasse 23, Zermatt, is near Gornergrat Bahn, The Matterhorn, Zermatt Fun, and Pollux.
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    Travel Blogs from Zermatt

    DAY 144 ZERMATT HOME OF THE MATTERHORN MOUNTAIN

    A travel blog entry by juliebell on Jul 01, 2015

    16 photos

    ... still not a cloud to be seen. Did have a minute to do a quick spot of shopping ...**** shops shut 12-2 ..great so grab this amazing kaftan ...like I needed it but couldn't resist ...never seen one like it. Switzerland the home of army knives, cuckoo clocks, watches, chocolate , Swiss alps, giant pretzels, and all those weird sausages !! Hehe ... Time for a peppermint tea and on my next leg of my train adventure ...

    Gornergrat, marmots & a walk down the hill

    A travel blog entry by robsons on May 24, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    Started the day with a leisurely breakfast in our jim jams, except Bev who always showers and dresses before breakfast. I'm sure she thinks we are a bunch of slovenly heathens. Hey, we're on holidays!

    Saw another tantalising glimpse of the elusive Matterhorn this morning and it seems pretty fine weather wise so off to town to buy tickets for the Gornergrat - the highest altitude cogwheel railway in Europe to run completely in the open air.

    Bought ...

    Reaching new heights in Zermatt

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Aug 30, 2014

    70 photos

    ... challenging trails we took. They shared in the satisfaction of reaching the peaks or the landmarks that attracted us to the trail in the first place. They started to appreciate the things you get to see only by hiking: animal sightings, hundreds of butterflies, paragliders overhead, and then after climbing further, below us!

    There are several ways that non-hikers can ascend the mountains around Zermatt: train, gondola, funicular, and cable car. These ...

    Zermatt

    A travel blog entry by winkie on Dec 25, 2013

    11 photos

    Christmas Day dawned bright and beauitful for the first hour them as the sing goes "let it snow, let it snow let it snow". Skyping sister again so I could open my present she and my brother had sent me, yum, Xmas cake, Xmas pudding, nugger, two bottles of wild brumby snaps, short bread. Was great to have a taste of home. Also skyped ...

    Ulrich Inderbinen

    A travel blog entry by cindytomshega on Sep 10, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... mountain,'' he said, ''which was as appealing to me on my last climb as it was on my first.'' If anyone asked him of any regrets, he would reply that his family vetoed his plans to visit Tanzania and climb Kilimanjaro at 92. ''I've really no idea why they were all against it,'' he said. He was once asked by a journalist if he was afraid of dying. ''Not really,'' he replied. ''When I look at the death notices in the paper I scarcely see anyone of my own ...