Boutique Hotel Monte Rosa

  • Monte Rosa im Sommer mit Matterhorn
    Boutique Hotel Monte Rosa
  • Monte Rosa im Winter mit Matterhorn
    Boutique Hotel Monte Rosa
  • Open-Suite
    Open-Suite
  • Edwards Corner
    Edwards Corner
  • Deluxe
    Deluxe
  • Dining room
    Dining room
  • Treppenhaus
    Boutique Hotel Monte Rosa
  • Matterhorn
    Matterhorn
  • Whymper Suite Salon
    Whymper Suite Salon
  • Whympersalon
    Whympersalon
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Le Monte Rosa ne est pas seulement un hôtel, mais un état d'esprit, une humeur, une attitude à la vie. Bienvenue à Zermatt , pays des rêves!

L’établissement phare des hôtels Seiler repose sur les fondations de la légendaire "Lauberschen Herberge" qui, en 1839, jeta les bases de l’hôtellerie à Zermatt. Alexander Seiler ouvrit ici en 1855 l’Hôtel Monte Rosa au centre du village. Cet établissement de Zermatt riche de ses traditions accueille depuis plus d’un siècle et demi des visiteurs du monde entier. L’adhésion aux "Leading Small Hotels of the World" garantit la haute qualité de ses prestations. Retrouvez chez nous le charme de l’hôtellerie alpine Belle Epoque tout en profitant de toutes les commodités d’une infrastructure moderne.

Histoire Boutique Hotel Monte Rosa

Histoire depuis 1855

In 1839, Zermatt’s doctor, Josef Lauber, first started to offer accommodations in his private home to a growing number of foreign visitors. He thus laid the foundations for the village at the foot of the Matterhorn to become a world-famous tourist resort. But it was Alexander Seiler (1819–1891), an immigrant from the neighboring Goms, who made the decisive contribution. In 1851, at the instigation of his older brother who was chaplain in Zermatt, the trained soap and candle maker came to Zermatt for the first time. He was immediately taken with the unique scenery. Two summers later he returned, taking over the lease for Lauber’s inn, which Lauber had already started calling Hôtel du Mont-Rose and which now had a competitor, the Hôtel Mont-Cervin. After the second summer season of his lease, Seiler was able to buy the old wooden building. He immediately set out to transform the inn into an imposing stone edifice and then expanded it several more times. It still has at its core various parts of the original wooden structure as well as the stone staircase from the 1850s. The British illustrator Edward Whymper (1840–1911) first stayed at the Monte Rosa in 1860. It was also his home base when, with the help of local mountain guides, he was the first person to reach the summit of the Matterhorn in 1865. The Monte Rosa thus became the local headquarters for numerous British mountain climbers. The hotel was only fully winterized in 1960, when central heating was added; before that, it was only open in summer. Recognizing the Monte Rosa’s significance as the parent hotel of the Seiler hotel dynasty, the hotel was completely renovated in the summer of 2008. The large dining room with its stucco work is particularly impressive, still largely preserved in its original form going back to an 1891 overhaul. The Monte Rosa became a founding member of Swiss Historic Hotels in 2004. (RF)

Simone und André Seiler
  • Hôte
  • Simone und André Seiler
  • Type d'Hôtel
  • Vacances
  • Équipements de l'hôtel
  • 41 chambres, Wi-Fi, salle à manger, Edward’s Bar-Café, jardin, Dine Around dans 12 autres restaurants, piscine et spa à l'hôtel de soeur Mont Cervin Palace.
  • Classification
  • Catégorie des Prix
  • CHF 100–200 / EUR 96–192
  • Horaires d'ouverture
  • Mi- Décembre à la mi - Avril mi- Juin à mi - Septembre
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