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The Chedi Andermatt wins European Hotel Design Awards for Best Bedrooms and Bathrooms 2014 

The Chedi Andermatt has won the European Hotel Design Award for Best Bedrooms and Bathrooms.   Designed by  ‘design guru’ and ‘living legend’ of hotel design Jean-Michel Gathy, Chief Designer at Denniston International Architects, The Chedi Andermatt opened in December 2013.

Its debut marks the completion of the first phase of the Andermatt Swiss Alps development project, an exclusive and sustainable expansion of the traditional Swiss resort, which promises to be a world-class, year-round destination.    

The hotel is an architectural landmark and it sets a new benchmark in design and hospitality in Switzerland.    

Alpine chic meets Asian Zen and the design mixes tradition with modernity to create a connection between the hotel and its stunning surroundings.   105 opulent rooms and suites feature dark wood floors, luxurious furnishings, spacious living areas and spectacular views.    

All are designed with a stone floor foyer including a timber cladding, mood room, where guests can comfortably undress and store all ski gears after intensive ski session days.  

The warm timber planked walls contrast with the full wall Baroque black and white painting above the four-metre long burgundy red lounge sofa, displaying numerous fur and colourful throw pillows. The guestrooms colour scheme is a mix of light oak and walnut timber, honed blue stone, oyster grey leather and blackened steel. Every Suite has at least a fire place open into the lounge and the balcony. 

The mini-bars have all been designed with sized wine-cellars and larger suites with full height wine cellars providing the best selections of wine from the Swiss Alps. The bathrooms are separated by a walnut lattice, contrasting with the oak timber planks from the walls.

On the fully open lattice mode, guests can simultaneously enjoy having a bath watching the blackened steel gas-fire place, burning under the latest TV screen. Designed for romantic couples, large comfortable pillows lay on the thick wool rug, inviting guests to sit by the fireplace in cold winters.

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