Good for body and soul – and for the environment: Renovated in 2013, the restaurant and Peak Shop at Europe’s highest cable car station are always worth a visit. Large panoramic windows offer a magnificent high-alpine vista, while the open show kitchen invites guests to see their meals being prepared.
The Matterhorn glacier paradise restaurant is modern and eco-friendly. In 2010, the zero-energy building with Minergie-P certification was awarded both the Swiss and the European Solar Prizes.
The restaurant offers a very varied menu, from home-made soups via Valais specialities and Alpine classics to Indian dishes, which are served during the summer months. A constantly changing menu of the day rounds off the offering.
Good for body, soul and environment: the recently renovated restaurant and Peak Shop at almost 4000 metres are always worth a visit.
The restaurant also holds a conference space with room for up to 70 people and a lodge with 40 beds.
Capacity and seating plans:
Groups staying in the Lodge overnight have the use of the conference/meeting room at no extra cost. The room must be booked in advance, however.
The modern accommodation has Minergie-P certification for energy conservation and has four rooms, each with eight beds, two showers and WCs with an exclusive wastewater treatment system.
The prices listed include service and value added tax. The local tax of CHF 3.00 per adult (CHF 1.50 per child) and night will be billed separately.
Breakfast is also available for extremely early risers, fuelling you for the perfect start to your busy day. Dinner can be pre-booked at the Matterhorn glacier paradise restaurant or you can prepare your own meal. Guests have the use of a small kitchenette. Slippers and towels are not available.
Like the Trockener Steg cable car, the Matterhorn Lodge is open all year round, except when the weather is extremely bad and during maintenance periods.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Lodge and our cable cars.