gstaad palace hotel

Gstaad Palace Hotel

Gstaad Palace Hotel is a luxury hotel in Switzerland. It opened its doors on 8 December 1913. Successfully: it was decided to build an extension after the first season. In the 1960s gala dinners with international stars such as Louis Armstrong and Marlene Dietrich cause a great sensation. Andrea Scherz is the third generation now to manage the hotel.

Alpine elegance and understated luxury – that is what distinguishes the single and double rooms at this 5-star hotel. All the rooms are luxuriously furnished and stylishly decorated. It’s not just worth taking a look inside the rooms though but outside the rooms too: enjoying the breathtaking view over the Swiss Alps.gstaad palace hotel

 For those in need of more comfort and space the suites offer the ultimate luxury. Over 240 square meters: a unique Penthouse suite towers high up at the top. Its exquisite atmosphere with luxurious materials, select details and a private tower sauna is enchanting. The largest suite is located on the hotel rooftop and has been completely renovated. The three bedrooms as well as spacious lounge with dining area stand out due to their timeless elegance. The large living and dining area has a fireplace as well as a magnificent wood pattern in the floor. You can spend cozy, unforgettable evenings in this wonderful setting. Two of the three sophisticated bedrooms have an en-suite bathroom including steam bath.

Gstaad Palace Hotel

You experience an impressive mountain panorama in three directions on the 140 square metre rooftop terrace. Other gems are the private sauna in the Palace tower and the jacuzzi. The Penthouse suite also offers private access with a lift and small kitchen.

Whatever you want from a spa complex the Palace Spa will exceed your expectations. The exclusive wellness complex offers eight treatment rooms, a private spa, saunas and steam baths, a unique Hammam experience, a lounge with fireplace, a spectacular view and much more over 1,800 square metres. The mountain setting is also reflected in the spa with its 60 metre long stone wall built with granite from the nearby Blausee region.

gstaad palace hotel