Wispilenstrasse CH-3780 Gstaad − Switzerland
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Opened in 1910, the Park Gstaad lies in the geographical heart of Gstaad, framed by picturesque mountain and forest landscapes. With an ethos rooted in discretion, authenticity, understated luxury and elegance, combined with modern technology and classic values, the hotel is a shining example of traditional Swiss hospitality with a contemporary flair. The alpine haven also takes advantage of over 1,000 yearly events and activities in the region during summer and winter, including skiing, snowboarding, dogsledding, hiking, volleyball, polo and horse riding.
The hotel comprises 84 rooms and 10 suites spread over five floors, with interiors inspired by the surrounding scenery. The accommodation is a highlight, where the largest penthouse suite in the Swiss Alps, My Gstaad Chalet, is found at an impressive 400m². Designer Federica Palacios combined modern aesthetics, while retaining the authentic Swiss charm of the tradition-steeped region, evoking, as a result, a true ‘chalet feel’ throughout.
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In 1904, when a railway line was planned for Gstaad, Hans and Rosalie Reuteler understood that this little mountain village had the potential to become a sought after holiday destination. In 1910 the Park Hotel Reuteler opened its doors as the first five-star hotel in Gstaad.
When the hotel first opened it had exceptional amenities for that era such as central heating, electricity and a lift. The lift was preserved and after having been completely restored it is still in full working order today. It is a masterpiece of classic engineering and an impressive reminder of days gone by.
Thanks to its unique location, the hotel quickly became popular with its guests and its early patrons included crowned heads as well as celebrated personalities from the worlds of business, art and literature. Guests included the Aga Khan who resided at the hotel with his family during WW2, Field Marshal Montgomery, Princess Grace of Monaco and acclaimed actors David Niven, Sir Peter Ustinov and Audrey Hepburn.
In 2006, the SPA was completely renovated and four years later, to mark the 100th anniversary of the hotel, the entire property was redecorated by interior designer Federica Palacios to create a luxurious setting combining modern design with the rich heritage of the hotel.
We strive to offer families, couples and solo travellers moments they will cherish. Surrounded by majestic panoramic views of the mountains, the hotel combines Swiss charm and sophisticated modern comfort in all 84 rooms, and 10 suites. With an ethos rooted in discretion, authenticity, understated luxury and opulence, the hotel is a shining example of traditional Swiss hospitality with a contemporary flair.
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.
This summer, make the best of your luxurious alpine stay! Away from the hustle and bustle, the Park Gstaad is a dream destination for visitors looking to relax, unwind and enjoy all the refined relaxation of summer in the mountains.
With Park Gstaad lies the promise of an idyllic summer; a unique experience that can be enjoyed as a family, in a couple or alone, with all the contemporary comforts of a beautiful century-old residence like no other.
Hiking, cycling, mountain biking, climbing, swimming, horseback riding, or sightseeing, Gstaad and its surroundings offer dozens of activities perfectly suited to families and couples.
The village will host this year's Swatch Beach Volleyball Major Series as well as the 61st Menuhin Festival, the WTA Women's Tennis Tournament and the Swiss Open , the Polo Gold Cup and the29th Country Night in Gstaad.
Park Gstaad also offers many events and activities. Let's celebrate together the Swiss National Day, the 25th Bridge tournament, or a tango show with a unique menu in our Argentinian restaurant “Chubut”.
Nestled in a stunning Alpine landscape, surrounded by tranquillity and clear mountain air, Park Gstaad is the perfect place to improve your golf swing and learn new techniques from a golfing pro. Outdoors or inside, this is a golfing paradise and it’s presided over by our resident golf pro - Frédéric Dauchez.
Frédéric has competed in major international tournaments such as Open de France, as well as in the European Championships for golf coaches. Using his vast knowledge of the game, together with his professional skills, he helps guests to improve their techniques. Of course, there’s much more to golf than hitting a ball, so Frédéric’s coaching includes building mental strength, developing strategy, and etiquette too.
Frédéric is available for private lessons and coaching, or as an extra player on the golf course. And you don’t have to leave him behind at the end of your stay because he will travel to wherever you want to coach you privately.
When you join the Gstaad Indoor Golf Club you can play whatever the weather. And you can experience some of the most beautiful golf courses in the world without leaving the hotel.
The Club’s state-of-the-art PGA Tour SimSurround curved screen simulator lets you select the course you want to play and it's the ideal environment in which to analyse your swing technique. Frédéric will be on hand to make sure you get the most from your session.
When you want to play outdoors, the Gstaad-Saanenland Golf Course is just 15 minutes away. Situated at 1,400 metres, surrounded by the breathtaking mountain landscape of the Bernese Oberland, it is considered to be one of the most beautiful 18-hole courses in the Alps.
We want our younger guests to feel special when they stay at Park Gstaad. So we’ve designed a range of fun activities and thoughtful little details to make sure they take home happy memories. 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. Your children get to feel grown-up by having their own space, and you’re close by if they need you. The room is truly their own domain with special beds and wardrobes designed for children. They’ll also find their own robes and towels – just like mum and dad’s!
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.
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 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.
The luxurious finishings and state of the art facilities include a Bang & Olufsen TV entertainment system set in beautiful living area complete with dining area.
The bathrooms are styled in elegant black granite, all are fitted a stand-alone bath, a separate shower and twin basins.
The Spa is a unique and luxurious place to visit for those who wish to soothe the mind and soul, relax recuperate and leave feeling rejuvenated. It offers hotel guests an extensive treatment menu to include massages, facials, hydrotherapy and balneotherapy.
New to the spa is a range of treatments from innovative skincare brand JK7 from Hawaii that will join the existing brand, Aromatherapy Associates. Created by Dr. Jurgen Klein, JK7’s high performance products are 100% natural based, utilising expertly formulated herbal compounds to deliver maximum benefit for the user’s skin and overall health.
The spa welcomes its guests into an oasis of tranquillity. Situated at its heart, there is a large indoor salt-water swimming pool heated to 32° C and in the summer, the outdoor pool opens giving guests the opportunity to swim amidst the garden, facing breath-taking alpine views.
Guests can enjoy the hotel’s Jacuzzi, Turkish baths and saunas, benefiting from both their relaxing and purifying effects.
The gym is home to top of the range fitness equipment and a world-class personal trainer. It has everything our guests need to stay in perfect condition and maximise their time to meet personal goals. Our top-class personal trainer will provide versatile one-to-one training sessions which will be tailor-made whatever the aim is - from improved stamina, maintained muscle tone or increased flexibility.
Discreet luxury is our signature: it flows throughout everything we do and all we offer. Above all it is imbued in our service, which will be as flexible as you need to bring to life even the most creative ideas for your special occasion.Our team is dedicated to making your dreams come true, ensuring you and your guests enjoy a truly personal and unique experience in the mostenchanting of settings.
Relaxed and original - maybe with a theme - or traditional and formal, we never forget this is your occasion. It’s the tiny details that will make it personal and memorable. So, one of our event planners will take care of every aspect and work with you to make sure that, whatever the occasion, it’s perfect in every way.
And what could be more perfect than taking your wedding vows outdoors in our stunning, lush gardens surrounded by the atmospheric beauty of Alpine hillsides? We can even arrange for you to say “I do” on a mountainside for a genuinely Alpine wedding.
Indoors you have a choice of rooms comprising stunning open spaces, flooded with natural light, that can be decorated to express your personality and style. For the ultimate in privacy and luxury, you can even take over the entire hotel, including our five-star accommodation, if you wish.
Inside or out, our on-site florist will work their magic to dress whichever space you choose with stunning floral arrangements created from your favourite flowers and colours.
Of course you’ll want beautiful photographs to capture precious moments from your wedding or anniversary celebration. There are so many magical settings for photography at Park Gstaad and your planner will recommend just the right professional photographer who will turn those moments into treasured keepsakes.
Our talented and creative chefs can prepare a fine dining experience inside or out and cater for a range of dietary needs. So, your banquet can be held in the gardens too and you can dance the night away under a veil of stars.
Whatever staying in summer or in winter, there’s lots to discover away from Park Gstaad too and many ways to explore the serene countryside including hiking, cycling, skiing, and riding. For something less energetic take a stroll around the picturesque village of Gstaad home to luxury designer boutiques, art galleries and restaurants.
Whatever the occasion, and however you want to celebrate, we’re here to help you create memories you’ll cherish forever.
The hotel is home to six dedicated areas ideal for board meetings, conferences and team building incentives. For bigger events, the Grand Hotel Park offers the expertise of its entire team, as well as a dedicated coordinator on hand to assist from preparation through to execution.
The Park Gstaad’s unique incentives and activity offerings include rafting, igloo building, archery, ice sculpting, cheese making and private cookery courses with the hotel’s chef. In addition, sporting activities such as traditional cross-country and heli-skiing in winter or hiking and toboggan runs in summer are available.
The Eggli I and II Rooms are two large ground floor events spaces, ideal for conferences, product launches, exhibitions and gala dinners. Both offering direct access to the gardens, Eggli I (measuring 90m²) can accommodate between 20 seated or 75 for a cocktail reception; Eggli II (measuring 165m²) between 20 and 130; or combined together (255m²), between 40 and 220. On the first floor is the Montgomery Room, an elegant wood-panelled room measuring 120m² ideal for board meetings, corporate workshops, private events, and cocktail or dinner parties. The room comes complete with its own private terrace, and accommodates up to 30 people for a seated meal, or up to 80 for a standing cocktail event.
Also on the ground floor is the library, comprised of the ‘Bibliothèque’ and ‘Grand Salon’ events spaces. Flooded with natural light and furnished with warm supple leathers and natural woods, it offers direct access to the lobby and connects to the ‘Bridge’ and ‘Business’ rooms. The Lounge Bibliothèque has a flexible layout, perfect for exhibitions, product launch events or pop-up stores. Complete with a mobile bar, it can accommodate up to 50 standing in the Bibliothèque or 140 in the Grand Salon. The ‘Bridge’ and ‘Business’ Salons are smaller boardrooms, catering for board meetings and workshops. Individually, they each have a capacity of 12 seated.
In the hotel’s garden, Chalet Waldhuus is a cosy wooden chalet offering an authentic taste of rustic Swiss dishes. Chalet Waldhuus serves traditional fondues, raclettes and signature dishes with an innovative twist, such as Truffle Fondue and Air-dried meat and cheese rolls from the Saanenland. Chalet Waldhuus can also be taken over for exclusive use if desired.
The Park Gstaad offers a catering service to complement its impressive events spaces. Picnics and barbecues can be arranged on the alpine pastures on the hotel grounds; lunches in a lodge by the lake; or dinner in the Equestrian Centre. The hotel can also arrange for a private soirée in an alpine hut or a banquet in their famous Menuhin marquee. If desired, a drinks reception in the privacy of guests’ Suites can be arranged. For unforgettable private celebrations, the hotel also caters for weddings, birthday parties, magic and circus shows, orchestras, or traditional festivals.
Gstaad village located at 1,000 metres, is an alpine jewel situated in the Bernese Oberland. Internationally acclaimed, it is known as a prestigious holiday destination synonymous with stylish charm and discreet understated luxury.
Gstaad provides its guests with a vast adventure playground of outdoor activities in summer and winter alike including hiking, biking, skiing, riding and paragliding. It also hosts a number of world famous events over the course of the year from volleyball to tennis, from polo to golf, from classical music to country folk.
When a dusting of snow settles on the mountain peaks, Gstaad turns into a winter wonderland. Guests looking to enjoy the great outdoors can take advantage of a wide selection of activities including sledding, moonlit cross-country skiing and snowcat tours. For something a little different guests can try their hand at curling or delve into a delicious al fresco fondue on the top of the Wispile while enjoying the breathtaking panorama.
The heart of the village features a picturesque promenade, home to numerous shops, restaurants and art galleries. Designer brands such as Luis Vuitton, Hermes, Chopard, Prada, Moncler, Ralph Lauren and Cartier all have stores in Gstaad while many smaller boutiques stock labels such as Chloe, Dolce & Gabana, Tod’s, Burberry, Dior, Oscar de la Renta and Marc Jacobs.
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.
Chef Agustin Brañas pushes the boundaries of live fire cuisine and produces 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, Chef Agustin Brañas 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.
Come discover Park Gstaad’s newest restaurant: Avenue Montagne. Chef Axel Rüdlin delivers indulgent and creative menus, combining the traditional and the contemporary. He inspires his team at the hotel with his inventive recipes and appetite for imaginative cooking.
Axel’s culinary flare extends beyond the kitchen as he contributes to wider cooking trends that focus on the use of healthier, regional produce that is both rich and flavoursome.
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.
Chef Axel Rüdlin delivers indulgent and creative menus, combining the traditional and the contemporary to bring an exciting and inspiring gastronomic offering to Gstaad.
He inspires his team at Grand Hotel Park with his inventive recipes and appetite for imaginative cooking. His culinary flare extends beyond the kitchen as he contributes to wider cooking trends that focus on the use of healthier, regional produce that is both rich and flavoursome.
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 sleection of the finest wines served by our Sommelier. Acompanied by local culinary specialities. The wine tasting is accompanied by local delicacies such as the famous dried meat of beef or aged cheeses.
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.
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.
Airkel Technology ensures an even, odour free and well-regulated circulation of fresh air.
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Via Bern airport (1h30), Geneva (2h), Basel or Zürich (2h30).
From Bern, via Spiez (2h), from Lausanne, via Montreux (2h30), from Geneva, via Montreux (3h), from Basel or Zürich, via Spiez (3h30).
From Bern, via Thun and Zweisimmen (91 km, 1h15), from Geneva, via Lausanne and Bulle (155 km, 2h), from Basel, via Bern (180 km, 2h15) or from Zürich, via Bern (220 km, 2h30).
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