Gstaad, Switzerland, 1,000m - 3,000m


Situated in the Berner Oberland, Gstaad is home to one of the largest ski areas in the Alps. The pedestrianised village promenade is lined with exclusive luxury shops and restaurants.

Must do

Get yourself invited to the Eagle Ski Club for lunch


Where to Eat

La Bagatelle (Hotel Le Grand Chalet), Sonnenhof (Schoenried), Grill (Hotel Palace), Hotel Olden


Where to Eat (Traditional Swiss)

La Fromagerie (Hotel Palace), Saagi Stubli (Hotel Gstaaderhof), Hotel Baren (Gsteig)


Aprés Ski

Lobbie (Hotel Palace), Park Hotel, Charlie's (tea room), Café Pernet


Nightlife

Green Go (Hotel Palace), Olden bar, Chlosterli (it is closed for the moment…), Hotel Park


Where to Park the Jet

Saanen - 10 mins, Geneva - 2 hrs


Spa

Hotel Bellevue, Hotel Palace, Park Hotel, Hotel Ermitage (Schoenried)

Chalets available in Gstaad

Chalet Etesian

Sleeps up to 16

Chalet Etesian is a truly grand property set in prime position at the beating heart of Gstaad. Just a short stroll from the village centre, this distinctive property will surprise and indulge endlessly.

Chalet Lottie

Sleeps up to 14

Nestling in traditional farmland high above the exclusive hamlet of Lauenen, Chalet Lottie is a charming former farmhouse turned chic Alpine lodge with breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks.

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