Newly opened in December 2009, the four-star Cervo Hotel and Restaurant in Zermatt - Switzerland, enjoys a fantastic location in the Alpine ski resort. The hotel is situated in natural surroundings, right next to the ski slopes and close to the town centre.
From the valley station of Zermatt's Sunnegga funicular, a lift takes directly to the reception of the Cervo Hotel and Restaurant, right next to the ski slope and hiking trails. The Cervo enjoys a great location between the edge of the forest and the outskirts of the village, providing for truly relaxing holidays. From the terrace guests enjoy superb views of the Matterhorn mountain.
Cervo Mountain Boutique Resort offers 32 accommodations with wireless internet access, cable/satellite television, balcony, mini-bar and desk.
The restaurant and the inviting bar are ideal places for lunch, for joyful Après-Ski hours as well as for an elegant dinner. The small menu offers selected regional specialities and quality wines.
The Hotel consists of five chalets with spacious rooms and suites. Every chalet boasts its own wellness area with a sauna, a steam bath, a terrace, a massage room and a relaxation room with an open fireplace.
Number of rooms: 33.
Rooms open to balconies. Flat-panel televisions come with satellite channels. Refrigerators and coffee/tea makers are provided.
Rooms are equipped with wireless Internet access. Business-friendly amenities include desks, complimentary newspapers and direct-dial phones. Additionally, rooms include safes.
All guestrooms are non-smoking.
All children under six years stay free of charge for extra beds.
All children under two years stay free of charge for cots.
All children from seven to 12 years are charged CHF 90 per night per person for extra beds.
All older children or adults are charged CHF 140 per night per person for extra beds.
Maximum capacity of extra beds/baby cots in a room is one.
Cervo Restaurant – all polished wood, cushion-strewn seating and flickering candles - serves the kind of food guests will hike up a mountain for. Typical dishes include succulent venison, home-made ravioli with ricotta, egg and brown butter and côte de boeuf. The chef has a playful side, too: French fries are pepped up with truffle oil and parmesan, meringues come with lavender cream, pickled almonds and apricots.
Order suitably indulgent items (deep-fried cheese nuggets with apricot chutney, wild-boar sausage, goat’s cheese with forest honey and thyme) from the restaurant menu to guests room between 7am and 9pm.
Hotel bar - there’s a sleek little bar to the right of the lobby, with a well-stocked wine fridge, a stash of books, and a cigar room behind it. The sprawling outdoor bar has wooden picnic tables, glass-fronted silver fireplaces and plenty of clever details, including boxed mountain herbs in silver wine buckets and animal statues.
At the hotel Cervo guests are invited to a buffet breakfast served for free.
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