Luxury Chalets and Apartments in Zermatt & Saas Fee
This is the official website for the following ski and summer chalets:
The Zermatt Lodge, Chalets Gemini, Castor, Pollux, Ibron; the Heinz Julen Loft and Penthouse, Chalets Heidi, Helion, Venus, Zeus and Zora. And in Saas Fee Chalets Chloe and Esprit.
Mountain Exposure is a Swiss chalet holiday company specializing in the Alpine resorts of Zermatt and Saas Fee, where we operate a larger selection of luxury properties than any other company. Our offices are located in Zermatt, where we are the exclusive leasehold owners of our chalets, which means that when you book with Mountain Exposure, you are not dealing with an online agent, you are booking directly with the company and team who will look after you in resort.
Our properties range from traditional cosy historical chalets like Heidi to huge and stunning designer spaces like the Heinz Julen Loft. From 34 guests to just 2, we have the accommodation to meet every taste and need. All offer meticulous five-star service and passionate attention to detail. Because we are located in Zermatt, we are well-placed to offer you expert local information and advice to get the best out of your holiday.
Try our catered chalets to enjoy luxury service and cuisine in the privacy of your own home, looked after by your personal staff. Or take an exclusive self-catered apartment if you prefer; our concierge team will in all cases assist you to make the most of your precious holiday.
In winter as in summer, both Zermatt and Saas Fee combine world-class skiing, car-free villages, traditional alpine atmosphere, glamour and a multitude of activities for non-skiers. Zermatt is home to the world's most iconic mountain, the Matterhorn; while Saas Fee and its great glaciers visible from the village is known as the Pearl of the Alps.
Snow Conditions Update: The autumn skiing conditions are outstanding! With a total snowfall last winter season of 1018cm - more than 10 metres - and regular top ups over the summer, Zermatt's glaciers have more snow than anywhere in the Alps. Read More.