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I stayed here earlier in the year. The hotel has a brilliant location within walking distance from the main station and directly opposite the bus stop for winklematten. Rooms were clean and well maintained. Breakfast was lovely. All in all a great stay, I would...More
We drove to Zermatt from Lausanne after dinner, a long drive that we didn't expect with heavy rain that slow us down, we took late train around 12am from Tasch to Zermatt, walked all the way from Train station through the very quiet and empty...More
My family and I were greeted by friendly and helpful hotel staff when we first arrived the hotel. The receptionist gave us a tour, introducing us to the hotel facilities such as its restaurant and sauna. The rooms are spacious and clean. My room had...More
We were a family of 13 people staying in 6 rooms, 5 of them with nice view to the Matterhorn.
The Bristol is a family owned hotel, which facilities were just as we expected and rooms were comfortable. The hotel has a great location close...More
Hotel Bristol was a gem to find . We googled a few places and found this place with in mind a direct view to the Matthorn. The weather was in our favour in the 3 days we spent there . Sunrise and sunset of the...More
Response from BristolZermatt, Rezeption at Hotel BristolResponded 4 weeks ago
Thanks a lot for your kind feedback. We're sorry about the amenities. We hope to greet you again in our hotel.
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Shuttle Bus Service
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$169 - $380 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#24 Family Hotel in Zermatt
#26 Spa Hotel in Zermatt
#33 Romantic Hotel in Zermatt
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This is not a luxury hotel but rooms are spacious, pristine, and suitably equipped (Wi-Fi, TV, telephone etc). A double room gets you a large double bed, a desk and chair, a small table and settee, a separate en suite... More
This is not a luxury hotel but rooms are spacious, pristine, and suitably equipped (Wi-Fi, TV, telephone etc). A double room gets you a large double bed, a desk and chair, a small table and settee, a separate en suite bathroom and lots of storage space. The big news though (if you request it) is a large balcony with stunning Matterhorn views, table and chairs, so you can sit with a glass of wine and soak up the unique vista.
Response from Scotty92394 | Reviewed this property |
Thank you for your inquiry. I do not remember seeing an air conditioner unit at this hotel. I have travelled to Switzerland many times in July, especially Zermatt which sits at a high elevation. In my opinion you will not... More
Thank you for your inquiry. I do not remember seeing an air conditioner unit at this hotel. I have travelled to Switzerland many times in July, especially Zermatt which sits at a high elevation. In my opinion you will not need an air conditioner as the weather stays fairly cool to mild in the summer months. This hotel has nice balconies and plenty of windows to open up if the room gets stuffy.
Response from sarahmaceo | Reviewed this property |
We ended up arriving late and had to walk. My husband and I had 1 medium case each and a backpack. The walk wasn't too bad.... not that steep. What made it difficult was the cobblestone street in some areas on the way. So... More
We ended up arriving late and had to walk. My husband and I had 1 medium case each and a backpack. The walk wasn't too bad.... not that steep. What made it difficult was the cobblestone street in some areas on the way. So, if you have rolling suitcases it will be more difficult to pull them. Regardless of that, try your best to pack light. If you are traveling by train and it is your first time doing so in Europe, know that you will likely be making a tight connection (European trains leave between 2 and 7 minutes to connect, which sounds like plenty of time but it's not) and lifting cases up for storage in some of the trains can be difficult.
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"Ask for room with view to the Matterhorn. Higher floors have better view!"