Immerse yourself in the more than one-hundred-year-old history of the Gstaad Palace: the luxury hotel in Switzerland 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.
100 stylishly decorated rooms and suites await you at Gstaad Palace hotel. Whether it’s a single room or the spectacular Penthouse suite with three bedrooms – only superb quality materials have been used everywhere. They are all equipped with the latest technical requirements too. Enjoy the breathtaking view over the Swiss Alps. From the Walig Hut, which is situated 1,700 metres above Gsteig, you have an impressive view over Gstaad and the Saanenland region.
Whether it’s the spectacular Penthouse suite, majestic Tower suite or individually designed Junior suites – every suite exudes alpine elegance and subtle luxury. And from every suite, you have a magical view of the Swiss mountains.
DELUXE JUNIOR SUITES
Classic and luxurious: 15 Deluxe junior suites are individually and tastefully furnished. From the balcony, you have a stunning panoramic view over the surrounding Bernese Alps or Gstaad.
Separate lounge with wine cabinet: Four Deluxe suites have been recently renovated and exude pure elegance. From the balcony, you have a fantastic view of the surrounding mountains.
Palatial and grand: Tower suites watch over Gstaad. Thanks to their perfect location in the Palace towers they have a magical view over the Bernese mountains from the balconies.
Pure elegance and a fantastic view: Four corner suites are furnished in a distinguished style. From the hotel’s south-side you have a great view over picturesque Gstaad and the mountains.
Ultimate luxury over 240 square metres: Unique Penthouse suite towers high up at the top. Its exquisite atmosphere with luxurious materials, select details and a private tower sauna is enchanting.
Experience an oasis of tranquillity 1,800 metres above Gsteig. Gstaad Palace’s Walig Hut offers a breath-taking view over Gstaad and the Saanenland region. The authentic Swiss alpine hut was built in 1786 and has only been slightly renovated since then. As a result, it has preserved its simplicity.
From an elegant dinner to a casual get-together, from original Swiss specialities to international haute cuisine – you can find the restaurant for every occasion here. The hotel offers you a mix of the latest culinary knowledge and dining tradition with great sophistication and a love of detail.
Whatever you want from a spa complex the Palace Spa will exceed your expectations. An 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.