The Omnia
Zermatt, Switzerland

The Omnia

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.

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  • 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.

Our Favourite

  • 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.
Local Guide

The Destination

  • In the glamorous Swiss ski resort of Zermatt, it's all about the mountains — whether people climb them, ski down them, or simply gaze at them. The majestic Matterhorn, Europe's most recognizable peak, is the centerpiece of life in this car-free village.

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How to Get There

  • Fly to Zurich, then take the train to Zermatt. (A little over 3h)
  • Zermatt is car-free, private traffic is only permitted up to Täsch (5 km before Zermatt), and various car parks are available in Täsch.
  • Shuttle trains between Täsch and Zermatt every 20 minutes, the train journey ends 12 minutes later in the heart of Zermatt.
  • Free transfer from train station Zermatt on arrival and departure from the hotel.
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