Luxury with Legacy
Luxury with Legacy

Gstaad Palace Gstaad, Switzerland


This small country has a rich heritage of castles, churches, old towns and villages as well as cheeses, chocolate, watch making and Swiss army knives. Embark on wonderfully  scenic journeys through idyllic landscapes of manicured fields and valleys. Admire the still beauty of flowers and pine forests, rolling holds, mountains, glaciers and lakes that will keep you returning for more.


On the French speaking border in the south-west of Switzerland, Gstaad is perfect for day trips to Interlaken, Montreux or Lucerne. Discover villages with Chalet style houses against an impressive backdrop of forests, meadows, streams and lakes surrounded by a  magnificent mountain panorama. Gstaad, will fascinate you with its untouched beauty, tranquility, spectacular vistas of the snow capped peaks, traditional lifestyles, immense adventure sports, endless walking trails and famed cultural events.


Located in the heart of the Bernese Alps





By Air

Gstaad, Saanen Private Airport is a 10 minute or 4.5 kms by car.

By Road

• 1 hour from Interlaken and Montreaux.
• 1 hour 25 minutes from Berne.
• 2 hrs and 30 mins from Zurich airport.

By train

• 2 hours 40 minutes from Geneva
• 2.5 hours from Interlaken.
• 3.5 hours from Zurich

Recommended stay

4 nights

Recommended add-ons

Lugano, Zermatt, Evian

Best time to visit

The best time to visit Gstaad is in the winter from December to April. During the winter you may enjoy skiing,snowboarding and shoesnow walking.The summers from May to September are great for hiking, biking, mountain climbing, kayaking and sailing.

Palace Spa

Spend some indulgent time at the 8 treatment rooms, private spa suite, saunas and steam baths, indoor and outdoor pools with Jacussi, state of the art gymnasium, solarium, pilates studio, hammam rooms or enjoy the incredible views of the relaxation areas within the authentic decor and ambiance of The Palace Spa.

Glacier 3000

From the top of Gstaad’s glacier you can see 24 summits over 4000  m altitude, from the Mont Blanc to the Matterhorn and the Bernese Alps. The mountain station with the restaurant Botta designed by star architect Mario Botta is worth the visit alone.

Skiing in Gstaad

Use the 21 ski lifts, 18 chair lifts, 6 gondolas and 4 aerial tramways of Gstaad Mountain to access 250 kilometres of fabulous alpine slopes, perfect skiing, snowboarding and winter hiking. Enjoy the broad range of slopes at Glacier 3000- the only glacier ski area in the Bernese Oberland from November to April.

Located in the heart of the Bernese Alps, the Gstaad Palace is set on a hill overlooking the beautiful Saanenland in Switzerland. Choose from 104 well-appointed bedrooms, including 74 Single and Double Rooms, 19 Junior Suites, 4 Suites, 2 two-bedroom Tower Suites and the spectacular Penthouse Suite with three bedrooms. 16 of these individually decorated rooms offer fantastic views over the Bernese Alps. All of the sophisticated rooms and suites feature upscale finishes with the latest standards.

As customary with old world luxury, don your dinner jacket to watch your personal meal of international cuisine cooked before your eyes as you accompany your feast with the best of the extensive wine cellar at the exclusive 16 Gault Millau point Le Grill, Rôtisserie. Step into the traditional hammam and enjoy a relaxing journey as you are taken through a harmonious sequence of therapeutic steps lasting a co uple of hours leaving you with a luxurious experience.

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