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Radisson Blu Hotel Reussen, Andermatt, opens in Switzerland

Radisson Blu Hotel Reussen, Andermatt, opens in Switzerland

Radisson Blu Hotel Reussen, Andermatt, has opened in Switzerland.

Facing the Swiss Alps, the 224-room hotel is part of an extensive transformation that seeks to build on Andermatt’s growing status as a year-round destination for visitors.

Yilmaz Yildirimlar, senior vice president, central and southern Europe, Radisson Hotel Group, said: “We are delighted to open this iconic landmark in the charming mountain village of Andermatt after an extensive construction period.

“We are also proud to be a part of the overall development of this new year-round destination that provides guests with unique nature experiences, sporting activities and a first-class range of culinary delights.

“We see Andermatt as a promising and powerful driving factor for tourism in the region, as well as for the MICE sector.”


Situated halfway between Zurich and Milan (and just 30 minutes away from Lucerne), the Swiss village of Andermatt lies at an elevation of 1,444 meters and is easily accessible by car or train.

With just 1,500 inhabitants, it has the enchanting atmosphere of a romantic little mountain village, offering everything travellers need for an unforgettable stay.

Among the apartment buildings, hotels and chalets, there’s even an 18-hole Scotland-inspired golf course and a ski arena.

The Radisson Blu Hotel Reussen, Andermatt welcomes guests to stay in one of 179 spacious rooms or 45 suites and apartments, designed in the style typical of Swiss chalets.

Inside the hotel, generous use of natural materials elevates the feel-good factor and creates a warm ambiance, while the guest rooms, suites and apartments feature free high-speed internet, LED televisions and 24-hour room service.

The hotel also offers excellent infrastructure for business and private events.

Andreas Meier, general manager of Radisson Blu Hotel Reussen, Andermatt, said: “We are honoured to open the first Radisson Blu hotel in the heart of the Swiss Alps and the highest Radisson Blu property above sea level in the world.”