Family owned for over 40 years, the homely Hotel Hermitage radiates a refined high altitude atmosphere. Set to reopen from January 15 2021, guests will be invited to step inside and feel the warmth from the burning log fire, accompanied by a greeting of genuine Italian hospitality.
Ready to welcome back skiers and those hoping for mountain sunshine in the summer months, there's so much to relish at this charming chalet. From elegant eateries to the sublime spa, there's plenty to pack into your luxury stay. In light of the global situation, the hotel has also reinvented their booking conditions to offer the utmost flexibility; cancel up to seven days prior to the arrival (14 days in mid-season) without charge, and rest assured you're protected if travel restrictions prevent you from visiting.
Take Advantage Of The Ski Services
Cervinia's high altitude makes it one of the most snow-sure resorts in Europe, with slopes suited to beginner, intermediate and expert skiers. There's a choice of three ski and snowboard schools nearby for those looking to improve their skills, in addition to ski and non-ski kindergartens for little travellers, too. Hotel Hermitage's spectacular range of ski services will ensure your trip to the slopes is effortless; they'll organise your lift passes and ski equipment hire, as well as quickly transfer you to the lifts with their speedy shuttle-bus service. When a normal day's skiing just doesn't cut it, let the hotel's friendly team organise something extra exciting; whether it's snowshoeing or heli-skiing, we promise you won't be disappointed.
Recover At The Spa
After a busy day of outdoor adventures, there's nowhere better to soothe aching muscles and tired feet than at Hotel Hermitage's luxury spa. A heavenly space that lets you immerse yourself in uninterrupted relaxation, the menu of tempting treatments - designed in collaboration with Swiss skincare brand, Bellefontaine - includes anti-aging facials, hydrotherapy massages and beauty services including manicures and pedicures. If you'd rather relax in your own way, why not soak away the stress in the heated indoor pool or get your blood pumping again in the Technogym fitness area, furnished with the latest equipment for every kind of workout. Whichever way you choose to rejuvenate, don't leave without trying one of the spa's revitalising teas, exclusively prepared with fresh herbs from the local mountains.
Indoor Swimming Pool
Refuel At A Gourmet Restaurant
It's easy to build up quite the appetite on an action-packed luxury getaway, but luckily, Hotel Hermitage's culinary creations never disappoint. The five-star La Chandelle restaurant has an exquisitely elegant atmosphere, with the magnificence of the Matterhorn showcased through the dining room's large bay windows. The two tasting menus - one gourmet and one traditional - feature fresh local produce and a fabulous selection of regional and national foods. Not to be forgotten, there's also a 1000-bottle wine list to choose from, with tipples from the valley, Piedmont and other Italian regions. For lighter bites, Le Bistrot de l'Hermitage serves lovely lunches and fresh aperitifs, while a delicious alpine breakfast is also served every morning; think warm croissants, freshly made focaccia, artisan marmalades and cheeses from local farms.
Unwind In Your Room
From cosy attic hideaways to the spacious Master Suites, any stay in this luxury hotel's accommodation promises complete comfort. Adorned in fine fabrics, antique furniture and the work of local artisans, you'll feel right at home as you take in the breathtaking view of the beautiful mountains from your window. After a day on the slopes, there's no better feeling than sinking into your plush king-size bed, maybe with a hot coffee straight from your in-room Nespresso machine, or perhaps a glass of Champagne. In the ultra-luxurious Master Suites, you'll be spoilt with even more space. There's walk-in wardrobes and gorgeous bathrooms with whirlpool bathtubs, while the suites' private outdoor terraces showcase enviable views of the majestic Matterhorn or Grande Murailles. Travelling with your family or friends? No problem, there's countless options for interconnecting rooms too.
Visit In The Summer Months
While you might associate this stunning slope side hotel with the sensational winter season between December and April, the hotel also opens its doors between July and August for some scenic summer fun! As the snow melts away from the Matterhorn, it becomes a playground for outdoor pursuits. You can enjoy mountain biking, waterfall hikes and even summer skiing on the Plateau Rosa. Plus, for golfing fanatics, the highest 18-hole course in Europe is open throughout the summer months, only a five-minute drive from the hotel.