No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
Photos of Alpenhof Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Alpenhof Hotel Zermatt
Travel Blogs from Zermatt
... down went flying to the back of the train.
we made our way up this rather steep mountain the Matterhorn was playing hide
& seek with us. Cameras were out the windows trying to get the best shots
and folk were just going mad.
of course was doing the same but then I thought I might as well sit and relax
as I will get loads of shots from the summit station!!! Big mistake, and how
wrong I was.
the time we arrived ...
... hot chocolate.
With chocolate in hand I stood chatting to the chap in the shop. I thought the temp up here today was about 3 or 4 Celsius but he confirmed it by telling me it was now -1 here at the top!!!
Warmed up I decided to tale a walk around the mountain and go see the glacier. On the way there I made friends with s few wonderful mountain goats which made the walk even better.
Round towards the glacier the first thing one comes across is a rather large frozen ...
Rick Steves says there's just something about that Matterhorn, the most recognizable mountain on the planet. Anyone who says, "You've seen one mountain, you've seen them all" hasn't laid eyes on this pointy, craggy peak. The Matterhorn seems to have a nearly mystical draw for people--it's the Stonehenge of Switzerland. There's also a town. The town of Zermatt, at an elevation of 5,265 feet lies at ...
Tuesday, 29th. Another stunning day as we set out with Heidi and her son, Marvin to travel to the magic ake including a breathtaking gondola ride up to Kandersteg at altitude of 1700 metres. A 30 minute hike took us down to the mountain lake Oeschinen. After a light lunch we had a 30 minute walk back up to the Gondola station, where Heidi, Marvin and Greg tried out the luge track. Pretty exciting stuff! Down the gondola and after farewelling Heidi and Marvin we jumped ...
... this evening.
I decide to use a third mode of mountain transport to get up
to today’s hike, the amazing new Sunnegga funicular which is wholly inside the mountain
behind Zermatt. Access to the funicular’s ground station is via a 150 metre
long tunnel which in itself looks amazing. The funicular ascends 650 metres
from Zermatt in another very steep tunnel and it is not until it arrives at
Sunnegga station does one see daylight.