Designed to resemble a quaint alpine village, Zermatt will feature "Hotel der Baer", a four-story Swiss chalet with 226 authentic alpine guest rooms and the "Chateau Hotel Villas" with 126 condominiums -- all with fireplaces and jetted tubs. Other amenities will include the “Mountain Rose” a 17,000 square-foot European spa, and "The Alps," a newly-designed nine-hole Executive golf course. Guests can also enjoy Zermatt's geothermal hot springs. For dining, Zermatt Resort and Spa will offer three restaurants.
Zermatt Resort and Spa can accommodate groups of 15 to 500 for conferences. The Matterhorn Conference Center will offer 64,000 square-feet of flexible indoor meeting space, including 23 meeting rooms; five hospitality suites; and a separate enclosed 13,000 square-foot multi-use pavilion (ideal for trade show events). Teleconferencing capabilities will allow regional meetings to "link up" with other meetings nationally or internationally. In addition, the resort will have a business center and a ballroom. The resort has already earned its approval into the International Association of Conference Centers (IACC).
Located in Midway, Utah, Zermatt Resort is just 40 minutes outside Salt Lake City and just 45 minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport.
Caption: Ande Dolce, founder and chairman of Dolce International, owners Dr. Robert Fuller and Tom Whitaker and special guest, Governor Jon Huntsman Jr. welcomed Dolce International’s newest property Zermatt Resort & Spa, Utah on September 13, 2006.