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Soak in the Snow at Cervo Resort
Cervo Mountain Boutique Resort
This family-run micro-village in Valais offers 36 rooms across six separate chalets. Huddled together on a hill above the popular ski resort of Zermatt, the buildings reference the area’s traditional architecture, from the timber frames to the hunting-themed decor.

Have dinner on the hotel’s terrace in the summer, when clear skies afford a picture-perfect view of the Matterhorn. The modern menu pulls inspiration from traditional Swiss cuisine.

All the rooms have balconies or terraces to make the most of the superlative views. Rent a whole chalet to accommodate up to 10 people. These come with separate living and dining rooms, and wellness areas (sauna, massage room) as well as open fireplaces.
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Neighborhood Vibe
At over 5,000 feet in elevation, situated magically beneath the Matterhorn mountain, the car-free town of Zermatt has long been a summer and winter hot spot—not least because of its miles of walking trails and famous pistes. But the town also has a surprising amount of charm and culture. There’s an entire museum dedicated to the Matterhorn, for example, as well as some great restaurants; try the Stockhorn Grill or Le Mazot for traditional food. Shopaholics should head directly for Bahnhofstrasse, which hosts an impressive array of retail outlets, from designer clothing boutiques to custom jewelry and outdoor gear. 
Need to Know
Rooms: 36 rooms. From $317.
Check-in: 3 p.m.; check-out: noon.
Dining options: CERVO restaurant serves alpine cuisine in a smart but cozy atmosphere, while Ferdinand offers traditional Swiss food such as fondue, raclette, and grilled meats. Both restaurants have great views across the snow-capped mountains, and much of the food features seasonal produce—some of which comes from the hotel’s own garden. You’ll discover some great wines from the Valais region, too, and the romantic, wood-heavy bar, with its candlelit glow and comfy leather chairs, is perfect for a nightcap.
Spa and gym details: All chalets come with their own spa area on the ground floor.
Insider Tips
Who it's for: Ski and snowboard aficionados looking to hang with a stylish crowd.
Our favorite rooms: The two Signature Spa Suites come with steam baths, outside whirlpools on the terrace, and a fireplace.
Shopping alert: A small, on-site boutique sells a nicely curated selection of gifts. 
Soak in the Snow at Cervo Resort
Located at the base of Zermatt’s Sunnegga run (just downhill from the Veuve Clicquot Champagne Bar), Cervo offers easy access to some of the best skiing in Europe. Owner Daniel Ferdinand Lauber translated his passion for hunting into a hotel that embraces the popular design trend of taxidermy, antlers, and plaid patterns. Their newest suites offer steam rooms and outdoor Jacuzzis that offer views of the Matterhorn. House-made charcuterie, truffle fries, mulled wine, and live music make Cervo’s patio a popular post-ski hangout. From $503. 41/(0) 27-968-1212. This appeared in the November/December 2012 issue. See Cervo Resort owner Daniel Ferdinand Lauber’s switzerland">favorite restaurants in Zermatt.
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Riedweg 156, 3920 Zermatt, Switzerland
+41 27 968 12 12