Apartment Haus Altishofen

This property is situated on the ground floor of Haus Altishofen; probably one of the most luxury and important properties of the entire Aletsch Arena.

The apartment has a separate and private entrance directly from the ground floor and offers ski-in/ski-out. In the summer season, there is a small terrace with table and chairs at the entrance.

Entering the apartment, one arrives in a small hallway with a wardrobe. From here, there is the choice to go up the little stairs or to stay at the same level of the entrance.

Going up the stairs one finds a comfortable living room with floor-to-ceiling windows offering splendid views - also on the famous Matterhorn. Attached to the living room there is an open, fully-equipped kitchen with dining table. The door in the kitchen however leads to a storage space with washing machine. Also, on the "higher-floor" there is a separate toilet for guests.

The lower floor consists of two spacious and luxury bedrooms of which one with en-suite bathroom. On this level, there is also another great bathroom for the people sleeping in the bedroom without en-suite.

This exclusive apartment is built in 2007 and is still in perfect condition. The wooden facades and the overall finishes makes it the unique residence it is at almost 2.000 meters above sea level within the spectacular car-free Aletsch Arena.

Surrounding area

Surrounding Area Apartment Haus Altishofen

This pristine residence is situated on the Riederalp, in the Aletsch Arena, a beautiful UNESCO heritage ski resort. The largest glacier of the Alps, the Aletsch Glacier, is at a stone's throw from this property and can be seen by the panoramic skiing route which leaves from the almost 3.000 meter high Eggishorn (the highest mountain of the Aletsch Arena).

The property can only be reached by the cable car, which means that you park your car in the valley. Thanks to this, the Aletsch Arena is one of the only car-free ski resorts in Switzerland. Zermatt is only a 1 hour drive from the valley car-park, whereas Lugano and Geneva can be reached in just over 2 hours.