Le Mirabeau Hotel & Spa

  • Switzerland, Zermatt

  • 4.5

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Managed by the third generation of the Julen family, Zermatt's Le Mirabeau Hotel & Spa is decorated in a chic boutique style. The warm colours, plush fabrics, and dark wood make you feel instantly at home. Bedrooms are bright and spacious with luxurious furnishings, and all have private balconies or terraces. It's just a three-minute walk from the train station and the Gornergratbahn, access to the town, mountains, and walking trails is easy.

Delicious food and drink

A French cottage-style buffet breakfast and the delicious half board dinners are served in the hotel's bright and airy Restaurant Veranda. Lunches, deli snacks, and excellent cocktails are available in Marie's Deli - the hotel's small and up-market delicatessen/restaurant. Curl up with a book or enjoy a quiet drink in the cosy bar and lounge.  

Enjoy the pool, spa, and garden

Behind the hotel is a small but pretty garden with lounging beds, a veranda, and a seating area that's a lovely place to relax on a sunny day. In the Alpine Hideaway spa, unwind in the crystal steam bath, enjoy the Valaisan and herbal saunas, take a refreshing glacier shower, or relax on the waterbeds. The hotel also has a good-sized swimming pool that's open from 8am-10pm (after 8pm it's reserved for over 16's) and a whirlpool.

Added value

Early booking offer (book by 30 Apr)

Free night offer available (min stay 7 nights, discount automatically applied)

Free daily afternoon tea and cake (3 - 5pm)

15% discount on first massage or beauty treatment

No single supplement on single rooms

Inghams Guided Walks included from 4 Jun - 19 Sep (subject to availability)

Half price rail, bus and boat travel with the Swiss Half Fare Card (worth over £100 per person)

Swiss Family Card Included - free travel for children under 16 on mainline trains/buses/boats in Switzerland when accompanied by a parent

24/7 support & tailored advice from our local resort team

All holidays include flights or trains from the UK and train transfers

Zermatt

Zermatt is practically synonymous with the Matterhorn. This Swiss mountain town has long been a launch pad for mountaineers aiming for the notorious 4,478 metre peak – but the Matterhorn is just one of 38 mountains over 4,000 metres in the area, making for dramatic scenery perfect for exploring on footpaths weave from villages and valleys, through gorges and Alpine meadows to the rockier terrain above. It’s easy to get carried away exploring the spectacular surroundings, but ensure you make time for wandering the pretty town and enjoying the views from one of Zermatt’s many sunny café terraces. This is also the realm of cycling, climbing, high ropes, and via ferrata routes – even year-round glacier skiing.

Relax on holiday in Zermatt

Before the 19th Century race to climb the Matterhorn made Zermatt famous, the residents were quietly getting on with farming the green pastures here. Many of the old wooden buildings still frame the pedestrianised streets, window boxes overflowing with flowers. You can take your pick of bars, restaurants, and shops – and of the suntrap terraces made for sipping a coffee under the watchful eye of the Matterhorn. To find out more about how mountaineering transformed Zermatt, duck into the underground Matterhorn Museum.

Exploring the Matterhorn region

The highest cable car in Europe takes adventurers up to Klein Matterhorn (3,883 metres). It’s no relation to the actual Matterhorn, which lies just a few kilometres across the mountain pass but offers exceptional views of some of the highest glaciers and summits in the Alps, including Mont Blanc. Aptly named the Matterhorn Glacier Paradise, it's an Alpine wonderland up here. The restaurant serves Alpine food and wine, while a cinema screens short films of Zermatt’s wildlife and mountaineering history. Get a glimpse of life beneath the glacier in the Ice Palace or take a panoramic trip on the new Matterhorn Alpine Crossing – a luxurious cable car that connects Zermatt with the Italian village of Breuil-Cervinia.

Beyond the Matterhorn: mountains, lakes and gorges

Despite what some might say, there are mountains beyond the Matterhorn. Dive into the challenging trails of the Rothorn or visit the chapel at Schwarzee, dedicated to Mary of the Snows; it’s something of a sacred touchstone for mountaineers. The network of lifts and mountain railways around Zermatt makes getting to the best viewpoints easy and there's every flavour of a footpath to discover. On the outskirts of town, staircases and boardwalks lead deep into the Gorner Gorge, which is a natural spectacle, showcasing the power of nature.

Family holidays in Zermatt: mini mountain adventures

Gornergrat is one of the most family-friendly mountains in Zermatt. For starters, you get to travel aboard a 19th-century cog railway with views of the Matterhorn and the Monte Rosa massif. At the top, you can meet the cute black-nosed sheep that graze on the pastures, admire the plants in the highest Alpine garden in Europe, or wander one of the many well-signposted footpaths. Alternatively, take the funicular up to the playgrounds and swimming lakes of Sunnegga.

Why book a summer holiday in Zermatt with Inghams?

At Inghams, we do walking holidays differently. With no fixed itinerary, you have more time at your destination and the freedom to walk as much or as little as you like, discovering some of Zermatt's best walking routes and activities at your own pace.

Plus, we've included two optional guided walks every week in Zermatt. Join a professional walking guide and really get to know the area (see more details in the ‘walking’ tab below).

With over 85 years of outdoor travel experience, our holiday packages to Zermatt include flights, transfers, and accommodation, so you can relax and leave the small details to us. Our experts can help you choose the best holiday for you, and our team in the resort can give you the inside scoop on how to spend your time away with us.

Rooms
  • No. of rooms: 61

Annexes

The hotel has three buildings that are no more than 100 metres from one another and connected via an indoor corridor.

  • Official rating: 4.5

Rooms

Standard Twin Rooms are around 26-35m² and sleep up to three people (the extra bed is a single sofa bed). They are north or east facing with a balcony. 

Deluxe Twin Rooms are around 29m² and sleep two people. They have balcony with lovely Matterhorn view.

Standard Single Rooms are around 26-28m² and are north or east facing with balcony.

Twin Junior Suites with Matterhorn View are around 35m² and sleep two to three people (extra bed is a single sofa bed). They have a balcony with Matterhorn view and seating area.

Double Junior Suites are around 26-29m² and sleep two people. These suites are north or east facing and have a balcony and seating area.

Alpine Junior Suites are around 32-35m² and sleep two to three people (extra bed is a single sofa bed). These suites have an open bath in the room, and a balcony with Matterhorn view.

All rooms have:

  • Balcony
  • TV
  • Minibar
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Safe
  • Bath with showerhead
  • Bathrobes
  • Slippers
  • Hairdryer

General information

  • Check-in: 3pm
  • Check-out: 11am

Local fees and taxes

A resort tourist tax of approx. CHF 4.00 per person per night is payable locally (children aged 9-15 years pay a reduced rate of CHF 2.00 per person per night, and guests aged under 9 are exempt).

Accessibility

  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: No
  • Steps into building: 0

Longitude: 7.7501102
Latitude: 46.0250981

  • Transfer time: approx. 3 hours 45 mins by train from Zurich or Geneva airport (your journey will involve changes). On arrival - there is a hotel porter service from the station
  • 300 metres to the town's centre
  • 200 metres from the main train station
  • 250 metres to the nearest lift - the Gornergrat cog railway
  • 250 metres to the nearest bus stop
Facilities

Spa and wellness facilities

  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Indoor whirlpool
  • Steam room
  • Valaisan wood sauna
  • Mountain herbs sauna
  • Glacier shower
  • Relaxation room with waterbeds
  • Beauty and massage treatments (payable locally)
  • Pool towels

Additional facilities

  • Attractive garden with sun loungers
  • Free Wi-Fi
Family Facilities
  • Early meals available from 6pm
  • Cots and linen available
Meals

Start the day with an excellent French cottage-style buffet breakfast that offers a range of hot and cold items, and eggs cooked to order.

In the afternoons enjoy complimentary tea and cake from 3-5pm.

The highlight of the day is a five-course evening meal with a choice of main course, served in Restaurant Veranda. There's also a weekly themed buffet night.

The hotel also has a chic, Parisian-style à la carte restaurant - Epicure (payable locally).

On 1st August, a special gala dinner is included for Swiss National Day.

For an aperitif or a nightcap, Le Bar is a great place for drink, and has a large range of spirits, wines, and cocktails on the menu.

  • No of restaurants: 2
  • Dress code for restaurants:

    Smart casual

Board basis options available

  • Half Board

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegans
  • Vegetarians
  • Dairy Free

Please let us know of any dietary requirements at the time of booking.

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£1798
per person from £899
25/09/2024 - 3 nights
2 adults
From London Luton
Half Board
Le Mirabeau Hotel & Spa
Zermatt
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