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Swiss buying restrictions lifted for Chedi
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Thanks to a special exemption by the Swiss government, the usual restrictions on foreigners acquiring residential property without a permit have been lifted for the new The Chedi Andermatt and the Andermatt Swiss Alps Resort.

Chedi Andermatt Masterplan

Chedi Andermatt Masterplan

Opening in December 2013, the 5 star Chedi Andermatt hotel and residences is nestled in the Alpine hamlet of Andermatt, known for high peaks, deep canyons, wild waterfalls and quiet mountain lakes.

Usual restrictions which prevent foreigners from acquiring residential property without a permit have been lifted exclusively for The Chedi Andermatt and the Andermatt Swiss Alps resort, meaning that the Chedi’s 119 sustainably designed residences – including 13 lavish penthouses boasting indoor-outdoor fireplaces and spectacular views of the Urseren Valley are available to buy without a permit.

The Chedi Andermatt is part of new Andermatt Swiss Alps – an integrated year-round holiday destination resort with four- and five-star hotels, residences and luxury chalets as well as a retail village, conference facilities, an indoor swimming pool, and an 18-hole championship golf course. The hotel’s amenities include The Spa at The Chedi Andermatt, 2 gourmet restaurants and bars, and a state of the art health club and spa. Andermatt also offers convenient connections to major airports in Zurich (1.5 hours), Basel (2 hours) and Milan (2 hours) and a private airfield in Buochs (45 minutes).

For more information visit The Chedi Andermatt website.

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