igloo hotel switzerland
Step inside the world's coolest mountain resorts. Bar, restaurant, event, hotel igloos made of snow and ice. Exclusive locations, beautiful surroundings. They are built, then melt away each year.
Iglu-Dorf Zermatt, Zermatt: See 46 traveler reviews, 162 candid photos, and great deals for Iglu-Dorf Zermatt, ranked #3 of 33 B&Bs / inns in Zermatt and rated 4.5 of 5 at TripAdvisor.
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Iglu-Dorf, or 'igloo village', is a collection of interconnected igloos sitting on the mountainside just off the Riffelhorn piste, in the glitzy Swiss resort of Zermatt. It is one of a family of 6 Iglu-Dorfs scattered around Switzerland, Germany and Andorra, but this one is the highest at 2,700m.
Over New Year’s, I stumbled onto the igloo hotel near Gstaad in Switzerland, where it sits at 1,950 meters (6,400 feet), just below the summit station of the Saanersloch gondola.
Iglu-Dorf Davos, Davos: See 19 traveler reviews, 134 candid photos, and great deals for Iglu-Dorf Davos, ranked #4 of 33 specialty lodging in Davos and rated 4 of 5 at TripAdvisor. IGLU-DORF DAVOS - Updated 2019 Specialty Hotel Reviews (Switzerland) - TripAdvisor
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Fancy sleeping in an Igloo in Switzerland? Ever thought of staying somewhere in the mountains but just a little different? How about staying in an Igloo? Believe it or not Switzerland has a number of “igloo villages” dotted all over the country in various ski resorts.
The seventh village is located near the largest and highest ski area in Europe. Why we like it: waking up with the view of the Matterhorn is an experience like no other! Our advice: in Zermatt the Haute Route ends; it’s the path doable by foot or skiing which connects with 180km Mont Blanc to the Matterhorn.
Upon arrival at the ‘construction site’, teams begin the tricky creative task of building their igloo village. The snow ‘bricks’ are first cut from a snowpack which has been specially prepared by a snowplough machine.