THE OMNIA is a contemporary interpretation of the traditional mountain lodge in the glamorous Swiss resort of Zermatt. A quintessentially American concept, it has been reinvented for the Swiss Alps by the New York-based architect Ali Tayar. With its one-of-a-kind location, interior design, fine cuisine, and comprehensive wellness program, THE OMNIA strives to create an environment for moments of peace, in harmony with nature.Check availability
- 30 rooms including 12 suites, a library and a restaurant with fireplace, a lounge bar, a boardroom, and two sun decks high above the roofs of Zermatt – with the Matterhorn practically next door.
- Aesop products.
- All rooms and suites include a minibar, complimentary wireless LAN internet access, LCD screen TV, a sound system, a safe, and a telephone. DVD players, movies, and music upon request.
- The hotel lies in the center of Zermatt, high on a rock, 45 meters above the town’s roofline. Passing through a tunnel, guests come to an elevator rising through the rock, which brings them to the lobby at 1,649m above sea level.
Wine & Dine
- THE OMNIA Restaurant: An elaborate breakfast buffet awaits hotel guests in the morning. For lunch and dinner, it is open to others as well as hotel guests. Executive Chef Tony Rudolph is a master of his art, creating authentic tastes according to the seasons and local Alpine ingredients. Enjoy his menus wherever you like: on the sun terrace, in the lobby, or even in your bedroom.
- Signature dish: dumplings with a filling of chanterelles and runner bean I Belper Knolle “Cheese”.
- In/outdoor pool, a Finnish sauna, a Turkish bath, a caldarium, a flower steam room, and an outdoor jacuzzi with a view of the Matterhorn.
- A fitness room with state-of-the-art equipment from Technogym and two massage rooms.
- Rates start at CHF 450 per night.
- In Zermatt, life is all about the mountains; you either climb them, ski down them, or gaze at them. Here, you will find the majestic and pyramid-like Matterhorn; standing at 4,478 meters, it is Europe’s most recognizable peak, the symbol of Switzerland and the centerpiece of life in this car-free, glamorous village. A ski lover’s playground, Zermatt is the highest Swiss mountain resort, with the most impressive lift infrastructure and, at 3,883 meters, the highest viewing platform in the Alps. It is also the best place in Europe for heli-skiing enthusiasts.
Zermatt Insider Guide
- More recommendations in our Insider Guide.
How to Get There
- If you arrive by car, leave your car in Täsch and get on one of the Zermatt Shuttle trains. In 12 minutes, they will take you comfortably to the car-free Valais mountain village.
- Free transfer from train station Zermatt on arrival and departure from the hotel.