Gstaad is known as one of Europe’s most luxurious ski resorts, offering challenging slopes, gourmet restaurants and designer shops, and since opening in 1910, the Grand Hotel Park has provided the home base for the city’s glamorous visitors. The Grand Hotel Park offers picturesque mountain views and a location near the charming main street of Gstaad, with its quaint boutiques, tea rooms and cafes.
Exclusive private suites decorated like modern Swiss chalets feature multiple bedrooms, plus a bar, dining room, spa, balconies and butler service.
The double bedrooms face either the majestic mountains of Gstaad or its beautiful forest. The elements of the great outdoors are integrated seamlessly within the space evoking a sumptuous chalet feel.
Offering picturesque views of local chalets and mountains, these suites combine a warm and cosy atmosphere with a modern and contemporary design that takes its cue from the enchanting nature of the Swiss Alps.
Facing the majestic Wispile and the Diablerets Glacier, these spacious, modern and peaceful suites are designed with natural materials such as wool, leather and cashmere for that authentic chalet feel.
These signature maisonette suites extend over the top two floors of the hotel promising complete privacy and unrivalled moments in luxurious comfort. The luxurious finishing and state of the art facilities include a Bang & Olufsen entertainment system set in beautiful living area complete with private bar and dining room.
Grand Hotel Park’s four Penthouse Suites are exquisitely furnished, with sustainable woods and wool products, and one of them features private integrated spas with hammams and saunas, cosy fireplaces in the master bedrooms and fabulous views of the Bernese Alps.
MY GSTAAD CHALET
The largest penthouse suite in the Swiss Alps, My Gstaad Chalet, offers a mountain retreat like no other. It houses four warm and elegant bedrooms each with their own en-suite black granite bathroom and views of stunning alpine scenery.
Experience the boundaries of live fire cuisine with an elegant and true menu inspired from the vast plains of the province of Chubut in the Argentine Patagonia. It delights the palate by transforming the finest ingredients into a meeting of textures that are both rustic and refined creating the essence of taste. It is an unforgettable culinary journey to a land where the food both excites and soothes the soul.
A small, traditional Swiss chalet evoking the natural mountain surroundings, the Waldhuus is nestled away in the gorgeous hotel gardens. Surrounded by cowbells adorning the walls, enjoy regional specialties like Swiss fondue or raclette while seated at hand-carved wooden tables topped with checkered tablecloths and napkins.
Featuring views of the Swiss Alps through floor to ceiling windows, The Greenhouse is a casual, warm meeting spot. The bright and airy contemporary dining room serves a breakfast buffet daily, and light.
The ground floor bar at the Grand Hotel provides a cosy atmosphere to enjoy a cocktail or healthy, balanced meal after a day of hiking, skiing or sightseeing. Amongst Asian-inspired design touches, admire the skills of the master sushi chef, or try a house made club sandwich or a tartare prepared tableside.
The sleek, modern interior and red lacquer walls of the Caveau form the sommelier’s domain. Surrounded by vintage bottles, guests can partake in a unique and convivial wine tasting experience accompanied by exquisite fois gras and caviar, salmon and a diverse selection of regional meats and cheeses.
Calming Zen music, lightly-scented air and soft light warmly greet guests of the Grand Hotel Park Spa. In a minimalistic environment and natural surroundings, guests can swim in the featured saltwater pool, workout in the state-of-the-art fitness room, sink into a sauna or Turkish bath or enjoy an unforgettable spa treatment. Using Aromatherapy Associates, therapists offer aromatic massages, results-oriented facials, manicures, body scrubs and wraps. Signature treatments include the Swiss Chocolate Seduction body treatment with chocolate mask and the Mountain Indulgence, a relaxing experience after a long day on the slopes or hiking trails.