The Gstaad Palace is a hotel of rare distinction. Towering over the village of Gstaad, the address offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding Swiss Alps, and Old World elegance and service unique to this alpine luxury retreat.
It's one of the last family-operated hotels in Switzerland managed by third generation of family Scherz.
RUSTIC AND COSY. WALIG HUT.
Experience an oasis of tranquillity 1'700 metres above Gsteig. The Walig Hut offers a breathtaking view over Gstaad and the Saanenland region. The authentic Swiss alpine hut was built in 1783 and has only been slightly renovated since then. As a result it has preserved its simplicity.
Whether it’s a spectacular penthouse suite with three bedrooms or the stylishly decorated rooms, the hotel places great importance on alpine elegance and understated luxury in the hotel. You have a breathtaking view of the Swiss Alps from all suites and rooms. A treat in both summer and winter!
double rooms with a view of the chalets
Superior Room Mountain View:
double rooms with panoramic view
Let your gaze wander over the enchanting garden to the mountains: welcome to the Superior Room Mountain View.
Deluxe Room Mountain View:
double room with balcony and mountain view
Pure mountain luxury: you enjoy beautiful mountain views in an elegant Alpine setting in the Deluxe Room Mountain View.
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 a mix of the latest culinary knowledge and dining tradition with great sophistication and a love of detail. A glance at the wine cellar gets one or two pulses racing.
Restaurants and Bar options:
Whatever you desire from a spa break in Europe, the The Gstaad Palace wellness & spa hotel, Switzerland will exceed your expectations.
The exclusive 1,800 m2 wellness facility offers eight treatment rooms, a private spa suite, saunas and steam baths, a unique hammam experience and a lounge with a fireplace. Enjoy spectacular views of the Swiss Alps too. The spa's 60 metre long stone wall, built with granite from the nearby Blausee region, gives our mountain hotel that unique alpine feeling.
Winter sports fans really get their money’s worth in Gstaad. Kilometres of ski slopes as well as the unique glacier skiing area in the Bernese Oberland ensure plenty of fun in the snow. Gstaad is also one of the top three cross-country skiing areas in Switzerland and is considered to be the ultimate paradise for sledging fans and freeriders.
In the summer Gstaad entices with 300 kilometres of hiking trails and numerous cable cars. There are also countless options for bike tours and climbing as well as an idyllic 18-hole golf course.