Living in Andermatt
Andermatt – Switzerland’s crossroads
The ancient village of Andermatt lies at the intersection of four Alpine passes: the Gotthard Pass to Southern Switzerland, the Schöllenen Gorge to the North, the Furka to the West and the Oberalp Pass to the Surselva region. For centuries, these natural crossroads acted as major trade routes, and you feel it as you enter the town – this sense of an openness to the visitor, and to those wishing to make their home in this place like no other.
Clean air and spectacular vistas
Take in the uninterrupted views from the sixth floor of the Radisson Blu hotel building. With high ceilings and large balconies, your penthouse is a place to relax and recharge. Plus, enjoy all the Radisson Blu has to offer.
Enjoy the great outdoors
The holiday village comprises several zones with apartment buildings, hotels and chalets. Private vehicles can be parked and accessed in the underground garage, but the resort itself is car-free, so take to your feet to explore it all. At its heart, clustered around Piazza Gottardo, shops and restaurants welcome stop-ins, while the surrounding green parks, rushing Reuss River and beautifully landscaped paths invite leisurely walks. And for the more adventurous, hike and ski the mountains to your heart’s content.