- 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 Park Gstaad has provided the home base for the city’s glamorous visitors.
- The Park Gstaad offers all the elegance of a traditional grand hotel but with a cosy, more relaxed atmosphere. Health and wellness, a focus on fitness and a commitment to sustainability are all at the heart of this peaceful, authentic Alpine getaway.
- The Park Gstaad offers picturesque mountain views and a location near the charming main street of Gstaad, with its designer labels, tea rooms and cafes.
- The 84 rooms feel chalet-style cosy but luxe all the same. Even the smallest are generously proportioned, and all come with a balcony – half facing the mountains and half the forest.
- Exclusive private suites decorated like modern Swiss chalets feature multiple bedrooms, plus a bar, dining room, spa, balconies and butler service.
- Choose from several on-site restaurants run by Chef Riccardo Schievano, who combines traditional and contemporary dishes using regional ingredients.
- There is a tennis court-cum-ice rink, sports shop with ski rental, a high-tech indoor golf simulator to help you improve your swing under the eye of a professional, and a lovely Asian-inspired spa.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
In the heart of the hotel, Gstaad’s indoor golf club has a SimSurround PGA Tour simulator with a curved screen that allows golfers to play on the most beautiful golf courses in the world in all weather conditions. The simulator is the ideal tool to improve your swing. If you wish, a professional is at your disposal to give you advice and private lessons.
Gstaad Mountain Rides is one of the largest and most diverse winter sports regions in Switzerland. Hiking, skiing, snowboarding… Gstaad offers over 220km of slopes. Thanks to having the only glacier ski region in the Bernese Oberland, skiers and snowboarders can enjoy winter sports all winter long
Gstaad is an excellent starting point for many excursions to sights in the immediate vicinity. From the world-famous Castle of Gruyères to the Cailler Chocolate Factory in Broc, the region offers dozens of unique experiences.
Winter bike, tobogganing and air-boarding, dog sleigh rides, a visit to the peak walk, the first and only suspension bridge that connects two mountain peaks or simply hiking trails, the starting points are always within easy reach, either by public transport or cable car.
Park 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 Park Gstaad has provided the home base for the city’s glamorous visitors. The Park Gstaad offers all the elegance of a traditional grand hotel but with a cosy, more relaxed atmosphere. Health and wellness, a focus on fitness and a commitment to sustainability are all at the heart of this peaceful, authentic Alpine getaway. Pine panelling spliced by black granite and softened by grey wool furnishings makes the 84 rooms feel chalet-style cosy but luxe all the same. Even the smallest are generously proportioned, and all come with a balcony – half facing the mountains and half the forest.
The Park Gstaad offers picturesque mountain views and a location near the charming main street of Gstaad, with its famous promenade of designer labels and cafes, but feels removed from the bustle. Perched on a plateau amid groomed parkland and silver birch and pine trees, it enjoys uninterrupted views to the Diablerets Massif and across Gstaad’s cobweb of valleys – formed when God was creating the world and laid down his hand for a moment, according to local legend. There is a tennis court-cum-ice rink, sports shop with ski rental, a high-tech indoor golf simulator to help you improve your swing under the eye of a professional, and a lovely Asian-inspired spa.
Pine panelling spliced by black granite and softened by grey wool furnishings makes the 84 rooms feel chalet-style cosy but luxe all the same. Even the smallest are generously proportioned, and all come with a balcony – half facing the mountains and half the forest. The velvet darkness at night is lovely. Beds are comfortable too, though a small niggle is that duvets only as wide as the mattress seem insufficient for couples. It’s nevertheless easy to feel spoilt thanks to the welcome tray of probiotic cookies and homemade fruit jellies, kettles with Newby tea, coffee machines and complimentary minibars. Bathrooms are also very pleasing: good-looking in black granite and with Aromatherapy Associates toiletries, fluffy towels, separate tub and rain shower, and twin sinks.
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.
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.
These 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.
For hearty fare, hunker down in Chubut, the resort’s Argentinian restaurant, where chefs roast black Angus beef or half rock lobsters over an open fire. Healthier options are available in Avenue Montagne, where chef Axel Rüdlin’s specialities are wellness-themed; you might find juicy quinoa tabbouleh with goji berries and avocado, crayfish on a bed of asparagus or succulent Arctic char from nearby Zweisimmen with crispy leek and chanterelles. It’s not so sin-free that dessert is off the menu – a delicious option is the crumble, made with chunks of fresh and dried apricot, sorbet and almond milk cream.
Surrounded by the Alps in the cozy atmosphere of the bar, it’s time to enjoy cocktails and delectable cuisine and to admire the skill of the sushi master preparing daily, harmonious and balanced sushi creations. Enjoy nightly live music with musicians or DJs. Offering beers, wines and expertly blended house cocktails, with food freshly prepared at the sushi bar or ordered from the bespoke menu. Live music spins the decks throughout the evening and late into the night.
The Caveau is the domain of the sommelier. Ideal for up to twelve people, it allows you to discover and taste the fabulous suggestions from the wine list (Best Award of Excellence) for an incomparable moment of conviviality. The celebration of the aperitif. A wide selection of the finest wines served by our Sommelier. Accompanied by local culinary specialities. The wine tasting is accompanied by local delicacies such as the famous dried meat of beef or aged cheeses.
Nestled in the hotel’s garden, this cosy wooden chalet offers delicious local specialities in Swiss rustic mountain atmosphere. A wide selection of fondues and raclettes are available for an authentic culinary experience.
Chubut, land of fire and living wind, is a province of Patagonian Argentina set in the vast plains between the Andes Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. The Chubut river flows through the valley floor, its name derived from the Tehuelche word chupat meaning “transparent”. This wild landscape, its pure meandering river, its breathaking horizons and its rich local produce are the inspiration behind Chubut Food & Fire.
Our Argentinean cuisine with a menu that is both elegant and true. 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. Chubut is a return to simplicity and by using the magic of fire, aspires to evoke emotion, arouse memories and take you on an unforgettable culinary journey to a land where the food both excites and soothes the soul.
Furnished with deep Chesterfield armchairs, the Cigar Lounge is the place to sit back and relax. Choose from a selection of Cuban cigars, sip on an exclusive cognac or enjoy a unique blend of ceremoniously prepared tobacco from a modern stainless steel shisha.
Taking inspiration from the hotel’s home in Saanenland, Avenue Montagne offers local specialties in a cozy and contemporary setting. Sustainability is at the heart of our cuisine and a true connection to nature runs through every dish. We’ve gone to our region’s local artisans to source the best ingredients and lovingly prepared them to bring a relaxed menu packed with flavour put together by Chef Riccardo and his team.
Executive Chef Crespi has been leading the kitchens of a vast number of luxury houses all around the world, from St. Moritz to Sardinia, from Russia to Abu Dhabi. Crespi is supported by André Jäger, one of the highest decorated Swiss Chefs of all time, who holds a long term consulting mandate. In the focus of their work is always the quality of the product, wherever possible from artisans in the very region. Together they are defining a new way of merging futuristic cuisine with the 100+ years Grand Hotel tradition of the Park Gstaad.
Whether you’re relaxing on a hay bale by the warming fire pits or enjoying a glass of champagne after a skate, the Ice Dome will surprise and delight you. Ice skating, champagne, DJ and a warm fire, discover our Ice Dome! Join us for a skate before cosying up inside the dome to indulge in Laurent Perrier Champagne, glühwein and hot chocolate. The Ice Dome is a unique après-ski bar in Gstaad, the perfect place for a pre-dinner cocktail. After spending time skating or socialising, indulge in a delicious dinner prepared by Chef Fabrizio Crespi in one of our restaurants Avenue Montagne or Chubut.
Would you like to take a break and enjoy a meal at the Golf restaurant or on its panoramic terrace? Since this summer, Park Gstaad has taken over the management of the restaurant at Golfclub Gstaad-Saanenland in Saanenmöser. To this effect, our chef Riccardo Schievano has prepared a menu of dishes with traditional tastes while adding his personal touch.
There is a tennis court-cum-ice rink, sports shop with ski rental, a high-tech indoor golf simulator to help you improve your swing under the eye of a professional, and a lovely Asian-inspired spa – all silvery mosaic tiles and splashes of lilac with occasional orchids. Treatments focus on healing traditions from around the world and include Swedish massage and Chinese reflexology; a great option for everyone is the bespoke signature massage with JK7 essential oils, in which a talented therapist works away tension and gets circulation moving wherever you need it. There is also a salt-infused indoor pool, which helps treat rheumatism, and gender-specific thermal areas with a sauna and steam room. Outside, the kidney-shaped pool is rimmed by white roses and smart sun loungers – heaven on a warm day.
Guests are invited to enjoy the indoor saltwater pool, the jacuzzi relaxation area, the gym and its personal trainer, saunas, Turkish baths, a hairdresser and an outdoor pool in the summer.
The 1,000m2 spa provides pampering, spiritual relief, and tranquillity to all who enter. A dazzling array of rejuvenating aromatherapy treatments are offered. With its sensual curtains, relaxing treatment rooms and meditation beds, our spa has a peaceful, dreamy and almost cloud-like ambiance.
We want our younger guests to feel special when they stay at Park Gstaad. Children are treated like VIPs as soon as they check-in at reception and receive their special welcome gift. Many of our rooms are inter-connected which are ideal for families. The VIP treatment continues in our restaurant too. Our Chefs have created menus with children in mind, featuring their favourite foods and smaller portions. And when you want some time on your own, our baby sitting service is available on request.
The hotel has a tennis court on clay that has seen the greatest players train there before the Open Gstaad. The court is available free of charge for hotel guests and can be rented for CHF 25.00/hour.