Recent Press Coverage
Spend Summer in the Mountains
In the summer, ski resorts are a cheaper, less crowded and more scenic option than the beach. For a great place with a view that's close to the lift for hiking trails, check into Chalet Gemini.
Eating on the ski run
Brian Viner finds that Zermatt is an Alpine resort where the cuisine will take your breath away.
Financial Times Pink Snow Edition
Donald Scott, AKA The Gourmet Ski Guide, tells us why Zermatt is one of the best places to go skiing and gives us his advice on top accommodation and where to find haute cuisine next to the majestic...
Condé Nast Traveller
As Good As It Gets
Mountain Exposure is run by two kings among men, who run an experienced management team comprising Lausanne Hotel School and Oxford and Cambridge alumni, not to mention a team of more than twenty.
Postcard from Zermatt
Marina O'Loughlin heads to the Swiss ski resort for smoky hay soup, sultry local wines and her very own Michelin-starred chef.
BBC Olive Magazine
Ski chalets for food lovers: four of the best
Chalet Carmen is built at the top of a lovely farmhouse-feel chalet, the apartment is spacious but cosy and has a high-ceilinged living-room with a log fire and a second mezzanine lounging area under...
The Daily Telegraph
The 20 coolest chalets on the slopes
For the Times' Travel section, James Ellis picks Europe's hottest hang-outs, and the Heinz Julen Loft is his top pick for Switzerland.
Hot 100: white magic and rock-star hangouts
The coolest winter playgrounds - Heinz Julen Loft is best for star-spotting.
Harper's Bazaar Travel
Travelista: Swish new ski chalets in Switzerland
'In Saas Fee, Mountain Exposure has the lovely four-bedroom Chalet Chloe with a charming, open-plan living-dining room, a wide south-facing deck, and a location 2 minutes' walk from the village.'
Mountain Exposure is Zermatt's chalet king
'...with 25 properties, from the spectacular Heinz Julen Loft to the Belinda, a cosy self-catering chalet in Winkelmatten. From £101 per room per night, going seriously upwards.'
The Daily Telegraph
Snow business like show business
Combining a ski weekend with gourmet food and a rock festival is as close to sensory overload as you can get says David Allsop after a trip to Zermatt
Skier and Snowboarder
On toque of the world
Lunch in a mountain restaurant can be better than dinner in the resort. Andrew Purvis looks at 10 top spots to try worldwide, 3 of which are in Zermatt...
The Daily Telegraph Ultratravel Magazine
Horn of Plenty
Lunch needn't mean queueing for spag bol. A gourmet ski guide leads Sam Wollaston on a tour around Zermatt, foodie capital of the Alps.
Catch the late, late snow and a show with altitude
Zermatt offers superb late season skiing as well as the most civilized music festival in the world, says Neil English.
Mail on Sunday
Unplugged on a Mountain Top
Zermatt's acoustic music festival is becoming as popular as its peaks and slopes, say Roger Alton.
Mountain Exposure, expert in luxury skiing and snowboarding holidays, has inserted a Michelin-starred chef into its flagship property the Zermatt Lodge.
X - Factor
Matterhorn views from the hot tub...
Food & Travel
It's Mind over Matterhorn
Zermatt, famed as one of Europe's top winter ski spots, is really a year-round destination. Its summer ski season is extensive covering 21km of pistes and 1,000 vertical metres of natural snow.