About Saas Fee, Switzerland
Saas Fee is one of our favourite resorts, a high altitude, traditional traffic free village sitting at 1800m in a dramatic mountain setting. View resort video
100 km of ski area
3500 m Peak Altitude
2:30 hrs from Airport
1800 m resort altitude
Saas Fee, Hotel BergsteinPrice on Application
The Bergstein is an extensive and impressive extension/renovation to create a large, 4* hotel in the centre of Saas Fee.Town-Centre, Spa & Wellness Facilities, Hotel Services, Swimming Pool, South facing, Available to all Foreign Buyers
Saas Fee, Haus Apollo 10CHF 350,000
Haus Apollo 10 is a studio apartment located in a great position that has just been entirely renovated.Ski in, Town-Centre, Available to Swiss Residents Only
Saas Fee, Chalet CentralPrice on Application
Chalet Central is a very large residence made up of 4 separate apartments, each with fantastic, south-facing views over the village.Town-Centre, South facing, Available to Swiss Residents Only
Saas Fee, Chalet FelsschlösschenCHF 3,000,000 - 5,000,000
Situated right in the centre of Saas Fee and just a short walk from its bars, restaurants and slopes is Chalet Felsschlösschen.Town-Centre, Spa & Wellness Facilities, South facing, Renovation, Available to all Foreign Buyers
Saas Fee, Hannibal 4-5CHF 1,390,000
Hannibal 4-5 are two apartments being sold together in a great position of Saas Fee, located just above the central street.Town-Centre, South facing, Available to all Foreign Buyers
Saas Fee, Chalet FeekatzCHF 2,500,000
Chalet Feekatz is a traditional Alpine chalet located in the sunny Wildi area of Saas Fee with a spacious and beautifully designed interior.Spa & Wellness Facilities, Available to all Foreign Buyers
Saas Fee, Flora ApartmentsCHF 895,000 - 2,595,000
Located right in the centre of Saas Fee is the Flora Apartments renovation, consisting of five high quality residences.Town-Centre, Renovation, Available to Swiss Residents Only
Saas Fee, Chalet BodmenCHF 1,145,000
A traditional chalet oozing with charm and situated just outside the centre of Saas Fee, only a 10 minute walk from the Alpin Express.Available to Swiss Residents Only
Saas Grund, SnowfallCHF 4,750,000
Located in a charming hamlet between the villages of Saas Grund and Saas Almagell is The Snowfall development.Rental Management, Newbuild, Available to Swiss Residents Only
Saas Fee, Residence du GlacierCHF 1,050,000 - 3,160,000
One of Saas Fee's most iconic hotels is being transformed into a set of high quality, three to four bedroom apartments.Town-Centre, Rental Management, Renovation, Available to all Foreign Buyers
Saas Fee, Haus AlbitCHF 2,150,000
7 luxurious new apartments to be built on the site of the old Albit & Popcorn buildings near the entrance to the resort.Town-Centre, South facing, Newbuild, Available to all Foreign Buyers
Saas Fee, Haus AstoriaCHF 980,000
A development of 11 apartments to be created through renovation of the Hotel Astoria.Town-Centre, Rental Management, Renovation, Available to Swiss Residents Only
"I love Saas Fee and I owned an apartment there for many years. It is a very charming typically Swiss high altitude resort with glacier skiing where all the international teams train in summer. Unlike most high resorts it is also is genuinely lovely in the summer and is a great choice for dual season use. With a huge range of restaurants and bars and a surprisingly sparkling nightlife, it's like a mini Zermatt, which, if you ever feel like a change of scenery, is just an hour away." – Simon Malster
Saas Fee is a high altitude, traditional, traffic free resort sitting at 1800m with skiing on the glaciers at 3600m. It's a classic Alpine village; with narrow streets lined with old chalets, a church and traditional barns set on stones.
Unlike many of Europe’s mega-resorts, this village has a fabulous atmosphere in both summer and winter, and serves as the perfect “small is beautiful” option. The resort boasts a huge selection of good restaurants, traditional tea houses and shops.
Saas Fee also has a great après ski scene, which starts in the snow bars near the lifts and ends with live music in Popcorn or in buzzing bars, like Poison. You can ski ten months of the year and, if you feel like a change of scenery, it is only a short distance from the world famous Zermatt.
Saas Fee has 100km of varied and snow sure slopes spread around it's glacier and basin. With most of the skiing between 2500m and 3500m the resort enjoys one of the longest seasons in the Alps as the lifts are open from July right through autumn until the end of April. In summer all the International teams train on the glacier (even the Austrians!).
The lower slopes provide some gentle blues for beginners and on the upper slopes intermediates will enjoy some magnificent red runs surrounded by glaciers. If you like ski touring and world class off-piste, then this is the perfect place for you. Take a guide and go discover the fantastic back country or ski over to Zermatt. If you drive around then take a change of clothes, leave your skis and boots in a locker, have dinner in Zermatt and drive back. It's one of my favourite days out.
Saas Fee has ambitious plans to extend the ski area by linking to Saas Almagel and from there into Italy. The first stage opened in December www.saas-fee.ch/en/spielboden/. The mountain restaurants have recently been revamped and the Three Sixty revolving restaurant and the gourmet Spielboden are both highly recommended and can easily be reached by non-skiers too.
Saas Fee is a genuine Swiss village, and the resort is busy almost all year round. Visitors are drawn by the glacier skiing and the 350km of hiking trails, but there are plenty of other outdoor activities too such as climbing and mountain-biking.
The new aqua centre has a lovely pool and the sports and gym facilities are excellent. At the foot of the ski slopes are football pitches and tennis courts which in winter are used to create an ice skating rink and curling pitch.
The resort offers a wide variety of summer activities including mini-golf, a small golf course, trampoline, pétaneque, and a climbing wall. If you want something more challenging try the rope challenge in the forest, the zip wire across the gorge, and the Feeblitz (a children’s roller coaster). In the valley are horse riding and white water rafting.
The village hosts many events both in winter and summer but one of the best is the Nostalgic Culinary Mile which is held every September. Many of the local restaurateurs and farmers dress in nostalgic clothes and serve traditional dishes, local specialities and wine from one of the many stalls which stretch for a mile up the main street.
Prices in Saas Fee are good value and are about one third of what you would pay for an equivalent property in one of the mega resorts such as Verbier. Saas Fee is a mini version of Zermatt and is the closest resort to Zermatt (the best resort in the Alps in my view). You can’t buy in Zermatt unless you are a Swiss resident so Saas Fee is a good alternative.
There is a good choice of resale properties for foreigners ranging from ski in, ski out apartments near the slopes, to beautiful chalets in the sunny Wildi area. Although no more permits for the construction of new second homes will be granted (as a result of the Weber law), a local developer is completely renovating some old chalets which have foreigner permits.
So you can buy what is essentially a new chalet which has been completely refurbished to your personal taste combining traditional charm and modern technology.
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