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A former gondola station and restaurant converted into a hotel, Chetzeron is so high up in Crans Montana that “away from the crowds” takes on an entirely new meaning. For one, you can only reach the hotel by foot, ski, or snowmobile (a snowcat service is also available in winter). At 2,112 meters above sea level, the 16 rooms and suites have panoramic views of the Rhone Valley and the majestic Alpine peaks, from Matterhorn to Mont Blanc. Above the larches, guests at the Chetzeron have the unique pleasure of enjoying the last sunrays as they gently kiss the slopes. There are plenty of perches from which to take in the skiers and surrounding splendor, including terraces on three levels that are dotted with hammocks and sun loungers; an outdoor pool; private or public bars, and the ”refined alpine” restaurant that serves local and seasonal cuisine along with regional Valais wines.
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Conference & Meetings
1 Meeting Room
Buffet Breakfast, Snowcat Transport, Room Service
Rooms & Suites
The 16 rooms at Chetzeron are divided into mountain rooms with views of the Rhone and the Alps; the southeast corner deluxe rooms with a stunning landscape of the Alpine peaks and Rhone valley; and finally the panorama suites with sights of the plateau of Crans-Montana and the southern Alps. Extra large windows with perches ensure that you can take in all the mountain majesty with your morning coffee or drinks at dusk. Did we mention the bathrooms feature those amazing views too? The suites also come with a sofa bed that is ideal for families.
Swiss Lebanese hotelier Sami Lamaa is the third generation in the family business of gastronomy and hospitality. His ingredients for success include the need to both surprise and challenge, while also providing something that is authentic and beautiful. At 2,112 meters above sea level, Chetzeron’s biggest surprise is its glorious views. Lamaa, a self-described claustrophobe, has ensured that his hotel’s key locations – both the public spaces and the rooms – are spacious and calming.