For lovers of Swiss Deluxe Hotels
This quiet, centrally located hotel enjoys a beautiful south-facing location just minutes from the Gstaad Promenade. Now that it has been renovated, it exudes an atmosphere of Alpine luxury. Excellent eclectic cuisine in four restaurants, 1000m2 spa and wellness complex with indoor saltwater pool, various sports activities and a range of boutiques. Dreams become reality in the exclusive "My Gstaad Chalet" with its butler and private spa. There are also attractions such as ice skating, scavenger hunts for children, etc.
Gstaad has long been a renowned sport and holiday destination where numerous celebrities have felt at home. By the same token, Gstaad has always understood how to retain that special charm of a Berner Oberland village and still has some of Switzerland's most beautiful chalets. Gstaad, encircled by the Bernese Alps, is famous for its spectacular scenery and its international events like the Menuhin Festival, the Allianz Suisse Open tennis tournament, the FIVB Beach Volley tournament and the Hublot Polo Gold Cup. North: Zurich or Basel to Bern, Highway A6 Bern, Spiez, exit Wimmis, Zweisimmen, Saanen, Gstaad. East: Luzern, Brünigpass, Highway A8 Interlaken, Spiez, Highway A6 exit Wimmis, Zweisimmen, Saanen, Gstaad. South: Highway A9 Sierre, Lausanne, exit Aigle, Col du Pillon, Gsteig, Gstaad. West: Highway A9/A12 Lausanne, Montreux, exit Aigle, Col du Pillon, Gsteig, Gstaad.