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Places

Where to ski, stay, eat and shop in Andermatt

Andermatt may represent some of the finest skiing conditions the Alps have to offer, but there are plenty of fine things to discover beyond the slopes too.

Hotels

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Hotel Crown

Modern, renovated hotel of a good standard, central location on main street. Bar, restaurant and vinotek on the ground floor.

Hotel Crown

Gotthardstrasse 64, Andermatt

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The River House Boutique Hotel

Charming hotel situated by the river. Newly renovated 200-year-old building (2016) with airy rooms and a great choice of breakfast.

The River House Boutique Hotel

Gotthardstrasse 58, Andermatt

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Basecamp Andermatt

Popular with freeride skiers. Book a bed in a dormitory with 3-6 beds, a double room – or the entire lodge. More basic standard with self-service but guaranteed close to the pistes.

Basecamp Andermatt

6490, Andermatt

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Restaurants

Gasthaus Ochsen

Cozy chalet famous for fondue. You can choose between a traditional, classic cheese fondue and other interesting variants.

Gasthaus Ochsen

Gotthardstrasse 72, Andermatt

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Gasthaus Tell

If you love the classic Swiss dish rösti, this is the place to come. Plenty of variants to choose from.

Gasthaus Tell

Gotthardstrasse 97, Andermatt

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Restaurant Spycher

Fancy a pizza and après ski? You’re guaranteed both here.

Restaurant Spycher

Gotthardstrasse 60, Andermatt

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Bären Restaurant & Rooms

An idyllic boutique hotel with its own Gault Millau-restaurant that serves authentic Italian cuisine.

Bären Restaurant & Rooms

Gotthardstrasse 137, Andermatt

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Shopping

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Metzgerei Muheim

You’ll find various types of meat, from sausages to yak meat (over 200 yaks live in the Ursern valley), honey, schnapps and local cheeses here.

Metzgerei Muheim

Gotthardstrasse 99, Andermatt

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Bäckerei Café Baumann

Typical cakes and pastries such as “Birewegge” and “Urner pastet” and various types of syrup in this bakery.

Bäckerei Café Baumann

Gotthardstrasse 49, Andermatt

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Alpenflair

Looking for a last-minute souvenir? This store in the heart of the village is like an Aladdin’s Cave of souvenirs.

Alpenflair

Gotthardstrasse 89, Andermatt

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Art 87 Andermatt

If you want to take a break from skiing or your partner would prefer to paint, this gallery offers courses.

Art 87 Andermatt

Gotthardstrasse 87, Andermatt

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Skiing

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Gemsstock

Most of the skiing revolves around Gemsstock, with its world class pistes and off-piste in areas such as Guspis, Felsental and Unteralp. If you like finding your own runs, this is an excellent place to go to.

Gemsstock

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Nätschen/Sedrun

The Nätschen and Sedrun lift systems have been combined with the addition of new chairlifts and a cable car. Altogether, Andermatt-Sedrun-Sportbahnen offers 120km of pistes. Mari Russi’s favorite this winter is the new run from Schneehühnerstock down to the Oberalp Pass.

Nätschen/Sedrun

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Last edited: October 15, 2018

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