GHM’s first ski resort is scheduled to
open in time for the Winter 2013/2014 Ski Season.
Nestled in the Urseren Valley at the foot of some of the Switzerland’s most
exhilarating ski slopes, The Chedi Andermatt will debut as a centrepiece of the Andermatt Swiss Alps project, the largest
integrated year-round holiday destination currently under
development in the canton of Uri, Switzerland.
Together with GHM, renowned Belgian designer Jean-Michel Gathy of Denniston
International Architects and Planners Ltd., conceptualised the
hotel’s 50 rooms and 119 residential units as a blend of
contemporary luxury and traditional Alpine architecture.
Two gourmet restaurants, indoor and outdoor swimming pool
and a unique spa and wellness centre are a few of the features of
the soon-to-open luxury hotel.
In particular, The Chedi Andermatt
will provide holidaymakers with a holistic ski experience – from a
dedicated ski living room to services by a team of ski butlers.
The facilities and amenities of The Chedi Andermatt are set to
raise the standard for travel and rival the offerings of any ski
resort in Switzerland.
“The Chedi Andermatt will be the first GHM property to debut in
the group’s third decade,” said GHM President Hans R. Jenni. “Our
goal is an exclusive, modern hotel that celebrates the glory days
of Swiss hospitality and looks every bit as breath-taking as the
Set at an altitude of 1,440
metres between the peaks of Gemmstock and Naetschen, The Chedi
lies within walking distance of Andermatt’s picturesque old town
in the majestic Lepontine Alps. The hotel is 90 minutes by train
from the cities of Zurich and Lucerne, and is two hours by train
As a part of the project’s
sustainability commitments, The Chedi Andermatt was built to
Minergie Swiss quality standards, with materials and labour
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