Private jet to Zermatt

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Nestled at the foot of the iconic Matterhorn, Zermatt is a symbol of Swiss alpine beauty. Europe's highest resort is a haven for winter sports enthusiasts and nature lovers.

Charter a private jet with GlobeAir to Zermatt and land amidst the pristine alpine landscapes, ready to embark on a memorable mountain adventure. Whether you're drawn to world-class skiing, scenic hiking trails, or the tranquil ambience, Zermatt promises an experience like no other.

The most convenient way to reach Zermatt is through the nearby airport of Sion. From Sion airport, GlobeAir ensures a seamless journey, and our dedicated concierge team is always on hand to arrange a helicopter (15 minutes) or ground transfer (90 minutes), ensuring you reach Zermatt in style and comfort.

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Why visit Zermatt?

Zermatt stands as a testament to Switzerland's alpine glamour. With the majestic Matterhorn as its backdrop, it offers a blend of adventure and luxury. The village is a ski paradise and a hub for mountaineering, especially with the Gornergrat railway offering panoramic views of the surrounding peaks.

Zermatt, close to Cervinia, forms the 'Matterhorn Ski Paradise,' offering an impressive 360km ski terrain. Catering to all, from novices to experts, it's a winter sports dream. Beginners benefit from dedicated nursery slopes and top-tier ski schools, with special passes like the Wolli-Skipass for young skiers. The Theodul Glacier provides a unique summer skiing experience.

Intermediates can explore vast pistes and even venture to the Italian Alps via the Theodulpass. Experts will relish challenging runs and 36km of untouched powder slopes, especially in the Stockhorn and Rothorn areas.

Beyond traditional skiing, Zermatt boasts heli-skiing, back-country tours, moonlit skiing, and the Gravity snowpark on the Theodul Glacier for freestyle enthusiasts.

In the summer, Zermatt transforms into a hiker's dream, with trails leading through picturesque meadows and past serene lakes. Being car-free, the village retains a tranquil charm, with horse-drawn carriages and electric taxis ensuring a peaceful ambience.

Leisure travel

Zermatt, a year-round destination, boasts an abundance of attractions:

  1. Majestic Matterhorn: Ascend via cable car to the observation platform for unparalleled views.
  2. Riedweg Viewpoint: A short walk from downtown, this spot offers the village's most stunning views of the Matterhorn and Gorner Glacier.
  3. Gornergrat Railway: Europe's highest cogwheel railway takes you to a peak perfect for skiing and snowboarding.
  4. Rothorn: Beyond its skiing appeal, Rothorn boasts the finest Matterhorn vistas.
  5. Cervo Après-ski: Wind down post-skiing with live tunes, and take comfort in the warmth of the venue as you overlook the stunning Alpine landscape.
  6. Iglu-Dorf: Experience an igloo village with a hotel, bar, and restaurant. Relish cheese fondue in a Gornergrat igloo, with live music on Thursdays.
  7. Swiss Raclette at Du Pont: Savour this molten cheese delight at Zermatt's oldest eatery.
  8. Matterhorn Museum: Dive into Zermatt's history, featuring the famed broken rope exhibit from the Matterhorn's first ascent.
  9. St. Mauritius Church: A central architectural gem, open even in the evenings.
  10. Hinterdorf Street: Wander amidst historic barns and structures dating back to the 15th century.
  11. Harrys Ski Bar: Kickstart your nightlife with this vibrant local favourite close to Zermatt Ski Resort.
  12. Broken Bar Nightclub: Zermatt's premier nightlife spot with multiple levels of entertainment.
  13. Panorama Train: A scenic journey showcasing the Swiss Alps' brilliance.

The best hotels

Zermatt offers a range of luxurious accommodations:

  1. The Omnia: A tranquil mountain sanctuary, The Omnia offers luxury with spacious rooms, a Michelin-starred restaurant, and a whirlpool boasting Matterhorn views.
  2. Matterhorn Focus: This hotel, designed by architect Heinz Julen, offers stunning Matterhorn views, a mountain-facing spa, and a warm Valais welcome.
  3. Boutique Hotel Backstage: Created by artist Heinz Julen, this hotel features theatrical rooms, a unique wellness centre, and diverse entertainment options.
  4. Riffelalp Resort 2222m: Situated close to the Matterhorn, this five-star hotel boasts Europe's highest pool and tramway and was featured in the BBC series 'The Night Manager'.
  5. Hotel Bellerive: A family-run establishment in central Zermatt, it's known for its 'Sky Suite' with mesmerizing Matterhorn views and a delightful breakfast buffet.
  6. Unique Hotel Post: A trendy four-star hotel renowned for its après-ski parties, it offers three top-tier restaurants and a cosy spa.
  7. Parkhotel Beau Site Zermatt: A Belle Epoque gem in central Zermatt, it offers panoramic Matterhorn views, traditional rooms, and a spa with a scenic swimming pool.
  8. The Zermatt Lodge: Occupying the penthouse of a modern building, this 320 sqm lodge offers spacious rooms, breathtaking Matterhorn views, and top-tier amenities.
  9. Backstage Loft: A lavish space with double-height ceilings, large mirrored windows, and a hot tub that offers unparalleled Matterhorn views.
  10. Chalet Banja: A rarity in Zermatt, this chalet boasts a private indoor pool with Matterhorn views, making it one of the most sought-after properties in the area.

The finest restaurants

Zermatt's culinary scene is a delightful blend of Swiss traditions and international flavours. Top dining spots include:

  1. Le Petit Cervin Ristorante Capri: An epitome of Mediterranean excellence, this restaurant, with 16 Gault Milliau points and a Michelin Star, is hailed as Switzerland's finest Italian eatery. Located on the 4th floor, it offers mesmerizing views and is a winter-exclusive delight.
  2. Chez Vrony: A family-owned gem in Findeln, Chez Vrony, one of the area's oldest establishments, is celebrated for its fresh offerings. Diners are treated to breathtaking Matterhorn views as they savour their meals.
  3. Brasserie Uno: Nestled within the heart of the Zermatt Village, Brasserie Uno offers an intimate dining ambience, a diverse menu ranging from local to international dishes, and the freshness of garden-picked herbs. It proudly holds 13 GaultMilliau points.
  4. The Omnia: A culinary haven, The Omnia welcomes guests through a unique tunnel entrance, presenting a variety of gourmet, a la carte, and vegetarian menus. Their philosophy revolves around the flavours of seasons and location.
  5. Chez Max Julen: Situated in Hotel Beau Rivage, Chez Max Julen promises a visual treat as diners watch their meals being expertly grilled. The restaurant is renowned for its sumptuous barbequed meats and hearty side dishes.
  6. Zum See: A beloved spot among the Zermatt locals and visitors, Zum See offers a heartwarming atmosphere with delectable local cuisine. It is set amidst a picturesque cluster of hamlets, making it a must-visit for home-baked delights.

We highly recommend allowing our dedicated concierge team to make a reservation before arriving in Zermatt to ensure you are able to gain access to these exclusive venues.

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