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In December 2017 I decided to go try the Chedi Andermatt for Wael’s birthday and so to make it memorable.
The Chedi Andermatt is by far the most significant hospitality operation in the town of Andermatt, which has an interesting history, the village is really small and makes you feel home in winter wonderland.
When you walk into the lobby you’re greeted by lots of stone, wood, many open fires that operate throughout the ground floor. It is a premium hotel for travelers who are looking for something special. In fact, the hotel has its own ski butler, so 15 minutes before you’re ready to hit the slopes you simply get measured up, grab your stuff and walk out fully-equipped; downstairs there are three large Asian-inspired hot pools at 32 degrees, 38 degrees, and 42 degrees; there are two steam rooms and two dry saunas at different temperatures to give you options; there is a regular indoor pool upstairs, and an outdoor heated pool where you can reach out and grab powdery snow from the edges.
The food is fantastic, and they have an incredibly good Japanese Restaurant and the Swiss one for typical local food.