The hotel in the city centre of Zermatt was built 1852 by city council Josef Anton Clemenz. It originally only hat 14 beds. 15 years later it was bought by Alexander Seiler.
The Mont Cervin Palace stands out
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The exception confirms the rule: here we are glad to make one - The Monterosa doesn't meet the number of 50 rooms to be part of our organization but the jury agreed: "A hotel opened by Swiss hopitality pioneer Alexander Seiler in 1855 can not be igno...
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Happiness is made to be shared, knew the great French dramatist Jean Baptiste Racine (†1699).
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