Gstaad Palace          

 Palacestrasse  Gstaad − Switzerland

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Whether it’s a spectacular penthouse suite with three bedrooms or the stylishly decorated single and double rooms, we place great importance on alpine elegance and understated luxury in our hotel. You have a breathtaking view over the Swiss Alps from our suites and rooms. A treat in both the summer and winter!

Breathtaking views of the Swiss Alps from the 104 spacious and tastefully decorated rooms and suites. Five restaurants offer everything from delicious Swiss and Italian specialties to exquisite International Gourmet Cuisine.

Gstaad Palace

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The privileged location with breathtaking view, the glamorous ambience in every single corner, the warm hospitality of the entire Palace team – our hotel is unique, there’s no question about it. But this gem gets its special glamour from its guests. The third generation of the Scherz family welcomes national and international guests. Visit our 5-star hotel too. We look forward to seeing you!


Immerse yourself in the more than one hundred year old history of the Gstaad Palace: the luxury hotel in Switzerland opened its doors on 8 December 1913. Successfully: it was decided to build an extension after the first season. In the 1960s gala dinners with international stars such as Louis Armstrong and Marlene Dietrich cause a great sensation. Andrea Scherz is the third generation now to manage the hotel.

The opening of the railway line from Montreux to Gstaad on 20 December 1904 heralds the start of tourism in Gstaad. Soon afterwards the local secondary school teacher Robert Steffen recognises the potential for a luxury hotel on the Oberbort. He purchases the first plots of land and looks for investors. In April 1912 the first cut of the spade was made for the building of the Palace Hotel, which was finally opened on 8 December 1913 under the management of the Directors Albert Steudler and Hans Pünter. Back then the hotel has 250 beds in 165 rooms. The investors set the highest standards of luxury right from the start with central heating and the hotel’s own telegrapher. The first winter season is so successful that it is already decided to build a ballroom extension on the ground floor in spring 1914. Up to 350 people still celebrate in the “Salle Baccarat” today.

The Scherz family takes over the management of the Palace Hotel

There is a change in management at the hotel in 1939: Ernst and Silvia Scherz start their work in autumn 1938, so that there is a smooth changeover in management. Following the difficult times during the Second World War the number of guests rises rapidly and already reaches the same level as before the war in 1947. Ernst Scherz manages to come up with the necessary capital to take over all the shares. The hotel is now family-owned and it is to stay that way too.

Gala dinners in Gstaad with Marlene Dietrich and Louis Armstrong

Gala dinners with international stars are the glamorous highlight of the winter season in the 1960s. Marlene Dietrich’s appearance on 15 February 1964 was unforgettable. Louis Armstrong, Benny Goodman, Ella Fitzgerald, Maurice Chevalier, Petula Clark – all of them and many more stars are guests at the Gstaad Palace.

Change in generations at the 5-star hotel

The second generation of the Scherz family enters the business with Ernst Andrea Scherz. He starts working there in 1968 and takes over as Director of the 5-star hotel a year later. The indoor pool with outdoor area, sauna and health centre is built. The GreenGo nightclub is opened in the same part of the building in 1971. It is to strengthen the Palace’s position as the centre of everything that is happening in Gstaad. The Gstaad Palace becomes a film set for the film “The Return of the Pink Panther”. The European premiere of this screen classic is on 12 September 1975 in Gstaad.

100th anniversary of the family-run luxury hotel

Andrea Scherz starts working there in the summer season of 1996. First of all he proves himself as Chef de Réception, later as the Hotel Manager. “Les Chalets du Palace” are completed during this time. At the first Gstaad symposium in 2000, VIPs such as Margaret Thatcher and Peter Ustinov benefit from informal meetings. After the end of the Cold War, they look back at the 20th century in a series of talks.

On 8 December 2013, the luxury 5-star hotel celebrates its 100th anniversary. The “100 Years of Gstaad Palace” anniversary book is published for this occasion. It shows the Palace as a unique social scene and a mirror on the change in high society.

The Gstaad Palace is in the meantime one of the last family-run Grand Hotels in Switzerland.


Rooms & Suites


Penthouse Suite

Ultimate luxury over 240 square metres: our unique Penthouse suite towers high up at the top. Its exquisite atmosphere with luxurious materials, select details and a private tower sauna is enchanting.

Our largest suite is located on the hotel rooftop and has been completely renovated. The three bedrooms as well as spacious lounge with dining area stand out due to their timeless elegance. The large living and dining area has a fireplace as well as a magnificent wood pattern in the floor. You can spend cosy, unforgettable evenings in this wonderful setting. Two of the three sophisticated bedrooms have an en-suite bathroom including steam bath. You experience an impressive mountain panorama in three directions on the 140 square metre rooftop terrace. Other gems are the private sauna in the Palace tower and the jacuzzi. The Penthouse suite also offers private access with a lift and small kitchen.

Tower Suites

Palatial and grand: our Tower suites watch over Gstaad. Thanks to their perfect location in the Palace towers they have a magical view over the Bernese mountains from the balconies.

The Tower suites offer you two bedrooms, walk-in wardrobes as well as a large lounge with grand living area over 190 square metres. You can play chess or retire to read or work in the tower. But that’s not all: the Tower suites also have an en-suite bathroom and a bathtub in the tower. Here you can experience pure romance and an unforgettable time. From the three south-facing balconies you have a stunning view over the surrounding mountains.

For anyone who needs more space: the Tower suites all have a connecting door to a junior suite, which can in turn be enlarged by a Classic room.

Deluxe Suites

Separate lounge with wine cabinet: our four Deluxe suites have been recently renovated and exude pure elegance. From the balcony you have a fantastic view over the surrounding mountains.

The Deluxe suites are all 90 square metres in size and furnished in a distinguished style. The separate lounge has a dining area, wet bar and exclusive wine cabinet. These suites also have a walk-in wardrobe that is guaranteed to get every woman’s pulse racing. The king size bed in the bedroom and bathroom with bathtub and separate shower offer maximum comfort. There is also a guest bathroom in the Deluxe suites.

Corner Suites

Pure elegance and a fantastic view: our four corner suites are furnished in a distinguished style. From the hotel’s south side you have a great view over picturesque Gstaad and the mountains.

The 90 square metre corner suites have recently been renovated and have two separate rooms. The lounge has a dining area and there is a king size bed in the bedroom. You can switch off and relax in peace in the steam bath. The bedroom and lounge both have a balcony from where you can enjoy the breathtaking view over the Swiss Alps. We also offer you several other amenities, for example a walk-in wardrobe. So that your stay is certain to be pleasant and unforgettable. By the way, all the corner suites have a connecting door to a Deluxe junior suite.

Classic Suites

A cozy living area and a large dressing room: Our five modern classic suites radiate pure elegance and feature high class materials and offer from their balcony an amazing view over the surrounding mountains.

The Palace at Gstaad makes every effort to offer unparalleled accommodation. Therefore, in the new season five modern 72-square-metre classic suites radiate pure elegance and feature high class materials. The master bedroom has a king size bed with an Elite mattress of proven quality. Furthermore, a cozy living area and a large dressing room are part of the apartment. The ensuite bathroom features a separate tub and shower. And an amazing view over the surrounding mountains awaits the guests from balcony.

The separate parlour is equipped with a dining area, a wet bar, a sofa which doubles as an extra bed, and an extra bath room. For anyone who needs more space: the Classic suites all have a connecting door to a double superior room south.

Deluxe Junior Suites

Classic and luxurious: Our 15 Deluxe junior suites are individually and tastefully furnished. From the balcony you have a stunning panoramic view over the surrounding Bernese Alps or Gstaad.

You experience an atmosphere of timeless comfort over 51 square metres. Here you can relax and enjoy the beauty of the suite and surrounding area.

The junior suites have a double bed as well as a bathroom with bathtub and separate shower. Some of our Deluxe junior suites also have a connecting door to a Deluxe double room, south-facing small double room or Classic double room. We will be happy to advise you on which one suits your requirements best.


Deluxe rooms

The largest rooms are our renovated and elegant Deluxe rooms. They provide plenty of space, a comfortable corner seating arrangement and a breathtaking view over the Swiss Alps.

The Deluxe double rooms are south-facing and 46 square metres in size. From the balcony you have a stunning view over the wonderful garden and breathtaking alpine scenery. The spacious rooms are renovated and furnished in an elegant style. Besides a comfortable corner seating arrangement you have a bathroom with bathtub and separate shower.

Classic rooms

Our Classic rooms are furnished in typical Swiss mountain style. Most of them have a connecting door to a junior suite. The Classic double rooms are north-facing and 33 square metres in size. They are furnished in modern, alpine style and usually have a connecting door to a junior suite. The bathroom has a bathtub.

Superior rooms

The Superior south-facing rooms offer a great view over the Swiss Alps. The Superior north-facing rooms on the other hand face the hotel entrance but are furnished with a corner seating arrangement and have more space. There are south-facing and north-facing double rooms to select from in the Superior rooms category.

The Superior north-facing rooms are 48 square metres in size and face the hotel entrance or Résidence du Palace. You can make yourself comfortable on the corner seating arrangement. The spacious bathrooms are fitted with a bathtub and shower. Some of the rooms also have a connecting door to a small double room.

The Superior south-facing double rooms are 37 square metres in size and offer a stunning view over the wonderful garden and breathtaking alpine scenery. The bathrooms are fitted with a shower. All the Superior south-facing double rooms have a connecting door to a Classic Suite.

Small double rooms

Our small double rooms exude a very special charm. Here you can take a really relaxing bath in the bathtub. There are two different sizes with the small double rooms: the smaller one, with 28 square metres, offers a restricted view to the north. The other category double rooms are 34 square metres in size. Thanks to their south-facing location you can see the mountains superbly from here. There is a bathroom with bathtub in both categories.



Experience an oasis of tranquillity 1'700 metres above Gsteig. Our 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.

Wellness & Relaxation


Would you like to be pampered by every trick in the spa book? Or work out during your holidays and maintain your level of fitness? You can do both here. Enjoy our exclusive 1,800 square metre wellness complex. A private yoga session or unique Hammam experience – how can we do your body the power of good?


Whatever you want from a spa complex the Palace Spa will exceed your expectations. Our exclusive wellness complex offers eight treatment rooms, a private spa, saunas and steam baths, a unique Hammam experience, a lounge with fireplace, a spectacular view and much more over 1,800 square metres. The mountain setting is also reflected in the spa with its 60 metre long stone wall built with granite from the nearby Blausee region.

  • Hammam

Set off on a roughly two-hour journey of relaxation in our hammam that consists of a harmonious sequence through seven rooms. A unique experience!

  • Private Spa

Would you like to spend a romantic time in our spa complex with your partner? Book the private spa with sauna, steam bath and lounge corner.

  • Body treatments

An excellent and unforgettable spa experience naturally also includes exclusive treatments. Our therapists are extremely well qualified and carefully select the spa products.

  • Day Spa

Whether you’re a hotel guest or visitor from outside – everyone experiences a relaxing and unforgettable time at the Palace Spa. Spa users enjoy free admission to the Gstaad Palace outdoor pool with Olympic-sized pool, children’s pool and snack bar.

  • Workout with Personal Trainer

Would you like to achieve your personal fitness goal? Our personal trainer develops the perfect training for you!

  • Have it all: Fun, Fitness, Fat burning

Fit Box is a cardiovascular workout. Based on typical boxing training, it combines skipping and boxing drills, including footwork and abdominal workouts – all focusing on fitness and toning. The biggest difference to a «real» boxing training session: It takes place in a group to music, and you never get hurt.


Water is your element? And luxury your passion? Enjoy the exclusive atmosphere of our swimming pools. Whether it’s snowing or sunset – the impressive mountain scenery viewed from the warm water invites you to lose yourself in dreams.

We invite guests to swim in our hotel’s indoor pool with a water temperature of 29° C. You can really easily relax thanks to the elegant design and lounge style. Enjoy the view over the Swiss mountains over a drink. The indoor pool is open every day from 7.30 a.m. to 9.00 p.m., you can dive into the outdoor pool with jacuzzi every day from 8.30 a.m. to 9.00 p.m.

The outdoor pool is extremely popular with our guests in the summer. The Olympic-sized pool is ideal for swimming lengths. Or simply listen to the splashing of the water in the sun – you can indulge even more with our delicious snacks.

The minimum age for the spa complex (including heated outdoor pool) is 14. Children and young people under 14 years of age can use the indoor pool if accompanied by an adult.
Children are welcome to the Palace Spa every Sunday and Wednesday
from 8.30 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. accompanied by a parent.


You also want to keep fit during your holidays? We offer you plenty of options to work out at our hotel. Visit our fitness room or book a private Pilates session. You can even play squash here. So put on your sportswear and off you go!

Fitness room: Do you like working out on equipment? Our fitness room is well equipped with high-quality Technogym equipment.

Meetings & Events


Five conference rooms between 21 and 240 m2 are available for private celebrations and business meetings at Gstaad Palace. We offer WIFI, conference technology, a sophisticated sound and lighting system as well as a food & beverage service in every room.

  • Salle Expo

Do you like lustres and wood panelling? Then choose the Salle Expo. It turns every meeting into something really special.

Salle Expo is located on the ground floor of our hotel and is ideal for exhibitions and aperitifs with its 88 m2. We can connect it to the Grand Restaurant in no time at all, instantly enlarging it. Your view out of the window is of the spectacular Swiss Alps and La Grande Terrasse. This conference room also has WIFI.

A summary of the seating options:

Conference: 40 seats
Theatre: 60 seats
U-shape: 20 seats
Banquet: 40 seats
Cocktails: 60 seats

  • Salle Piero

Salle Piero is situated in a quiet part of our hotel. It exudes cosiness with daylight streaming in from the garden in front and its wooden walls.

Right next to our “La Fromagerie” restaurant is the 81 m2 Salle Piero conference room. It is just as ideal as a breakout room as a meeting room. Thanks to the installed screen you can also use it very effectively as the main conference room. This room is of course also equipped with WIFI, air-conditioning and conference technology.

A summary of the seating options:

Conference: 45 seats
Theatre: 70 seats
U-shape: 35 seats
Banquet: 50 seats
Cocktails: 80 seats

  • Salle Baccarat

Wonderful crystal chandeliers light up our huge ballroom. Thanks to the Salle Baccarat’s wide windows you look over the breathtaking Swiss Alps. Up to 350 people can really party here!

The Salle Baccarat’s ambience and atmosphere are unique. A fireplace is situated opposite the stage that emphasises the ballroom’s wood panelling. We can set up a dance floor in the 240 m2 ballroom in no time at all. Do you need less space? No problem! We can simply divide the Salle Baccarat using the thick curtains.

Look forward to your event in Salle Baccarat now and celebrate here in the same or similar way to national and international stars before you.

A summary of the seating options:

Conference: 180 seats
Theatre: 300 seats
U-shape: 80 seats
Banquet: 230 seats
Cocktails: 350 seats

  • Salle Bridge

Salle Bridge exudes warmth and privacy. It is situated between Salle Baccarat and the Smoking Lounge. From this conference room you have a stunning view over beautiful Gstaad.

Salle Bridge is 32 m2 in size and is ideally suited to smaller conferences with up to 20 participants. As it is directly connected to the Salle Baccarat, you can also use it as a breakout room. Like all the other conference rooms at our hotel the Salle Bridge also has WIFI and air-conditioning.

A summary of the seating options:

Conference: 20 seats
Theatre: 30 seats
U-shape: 20 seats
Banquet: 30 seats
Cocktails: 40 seats

  • Salon du Premier

The Salon du Premier is our smallest conference room and accommodates up to 12 people. With its cosy furniture and daylight it exudes a calm atmosphere.

Discover the Salon du Premier
The 21 m2 Salon du Premier conference room is on the first floor of our hotel. It is extremely popular for important meetings. This conference room is also well equipped with conference technology and WIFI.

A summary of the seating options:

Conference: 10 seats


Are you dreaming of a magical wedding? Of a perfect place with perfect service? Celebrate with your guests at Gstaad Palace and say «Yes» to our wedding offers.

We offer you a package for wedding parties with 50 people or more. This includes wedding planning, decoration, aperitifs with canapés and a 4-course menu, among other things. A night in one of our hotel suites is also included for the bridal couple.

From the table plan to dance floor, from selecting the menu and wine, from the flower decoration to technical equipment – we naturally plan and organise all the details in close cooperation with you.


Do you have something fantastic to celebrate? Are you looking for a special place in a breathtaking setting for this? Then choose the Gstaad Palace 5-star hotel.

The location of our hotel is very attractive particularly for international events. There’s an airport for private jets just ten minutes away; Geneva and Zurich international airports are also easy to reach. We also offer you five different conference rooms with natural daylight, including the largest conference room in the region. There is a lot to discover outside our hotel: whether it’s a family day trip or team building – we will be happy to organise the right event for any occasion.

City & Attractions


Are you looking for relaxation but also value cultural and sporty experiences? Do you love the spectacular Swiss mountains and appreciate unspoilt scenery? First-class food is just as important to you as a unique atmosphere? Then choose Gstaad and the Gstaad Palace for your next holiday.

Genuinely alpine with authentic traditions

In Gstaad visitors benefit from the authentic alpine life paired with a history of tourism spanning more than 100 years. There are roughly 200 agricultural businesses, 80 mountain pastures that are still farmed and roughly 7,000 cows in the region. Forests, meadows, streams and lakes surrounded by a stunning mountain panorama provide impressive scenery. Gstaad and the other villages in the region are characterised by houses built in chalet style. Making Gstaad a really charming and picturesque mountain village. The people here are proud of their tradition and their hospitality. See for yourself.

A rich variety of sports in the summer and winter

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. Gstaad also holds a leading position when it comes to beauty and wellness. For example, Gstaad received the “Wellness destination” seal of quality from the Swiss tourism association straight away.

Dining from rustic raclette inns to haute cuisine

There are more than 100 restaurants to choose from in Gstaad and the region. From rustic raclette inns to gourmet temples – chefs indulge their guests everywhere. The haute cuisine has won multiple awards: the renowned Gault Millau restaurant guide regularly awards a high number of points to numerous chefs. International top chefs show off their skills at the “Saveurs Gstaad” gourmet festival.

Pedestrian promenade and shopping street

Gstaad offers you a whole variety of shopping opportunities: elegant boutiques and international flagship stores await you here alongside professional sports shops and elegant jewellery stores. You can also find lovely small shops though with regional products. The pedestrian promenade is the magnificent heart of shopping in Gstaad.

Would you like to buy home-made food like sausages, alpine cheese or dried meats? Numerous agricultural businesses offer these directly from the farm.


One thing is certain: you definitely won’t be bored here. Whether it’s tennis, golf or squash, hiking, cycling or climbing – there are countless opportunities to be active in our region. Together with our partner Alpinzentrum Gstaad we offer you great experiences from paragliding to shooting the rapids. What would you like to do? We are happy to help make your wishes come true.

  • Tennis and squash

Do you like playing tennis? In the summer we offer exclusive tennis camps: «Tennis and Mountain Week» takes place for 7-16 year olds from 13 to 19 August. Tennis players from 16 years and up get the chance to train with one of the most successful tennis players in history at the «Roy Emerson Tennis Weeks».

During the summer season we open our four tennis courts right outside our hotel. Play a match and enjoy the breathtaking view over Gstaad and the surrounding mountains. You can even play tennis in bad weather at the three indoor courts found close by to our 5-Star Superior Hotel. Or you can opt for squash and train on the hotel’s own squash court.

  • Golf in the Bernese Oberland

Play golf on one of the most beautiful 18-hole golf courses in the Alps: the Gstaad-Saanenland golf course is surrounded by the Bernese Oberland’s magical mountain scenery, next door to a nature reserve and fen. The golf club offers courses for newcomers, beginners and handicap golfers during the whole season, from 13 May to 31 October.

  • Hiking in the Gstaad holiday region

Fens, alpine valleys, high mountain peaks and deep gorges – you experience diverse scenery along the hiking trails. With more than 300 kilometres of marked and maintained trails, the Gstaad holiday region is real paradise for anyone who likes walking. Wonderfully situated alpine restaurants invite you to indulge and take a break. And if your legs are feeling heavy and tired: several cable cars can take you part of the way.

  • Mountain biking and e-biking

Would you like to explore the region’s most beautiful spots on two wheels? No problem, there are lots of signposted cycle routes as well as GPS tours with a total length of 500 kilometres. Whether you’re a mountain biker or e-biker, everyone gets their money’s worth here. By the way, you can also book guided bike tours with us. Simply ask us about them.

  • Mountaineering and climbing

Do you want to head up high? Gstaad offers a wealth of climbing routes. There are countless opportunities to scale mountains from Zweisimmen to Pays d‘Enhaut. At the same there is something for every level of difficulty: whether you’re a beginner, family with children or pros – we are happy to help you find the route that suits your climbing skills best.

  • Swimming pools and lakes

Regardless of whether you want to improve your stamina and technique or splash around in family-friendly pools with the children – there are lots of opportunities for water lovers in and around Gstaad. At our hotel we offer you an indoor pool and in the summer an outdoor pool with children’s pool. In addition there are public swimming pools and stunning swimming lakes in the region. Each one is unique in itself and yet they all have one thing in common: the special atmosphere and wonderful location surrounded by nature.

  • Outdoor activities and day trips

Whether it’s on the ground, in the air or on wheels: the Gstaad holiday region is an outdoor paradise. Experience the region from above during a hot air balloon ride or sightseeing flight. There are also countless outdoor activities from horse riding and horse-drawn carriage rides, to summer tobogganing and fishing, to rafting, paragliding and canyoning. Would you rather take a day trip for sightseeing? The Castle of Gruyères, the Cailler chocolate factory, the city of Montreux and Chillon Castle on the banks of Lake Geneva can all be reached in just one to two hours from our hotel.


With 53 cable cars and 220 kilometres of slopes in total Gstaad is one of the most popular Swiss destinations for skiing and snowboarding fans. But even if you don’t want to glide down to the valley on skis, you are in just the right place in Gstaad. As sledging runs, snow parks and panoramic hiking trails will keep you amused. Every winter lover will find just their thing in Gstaad.

  • Ice skating

There is an ice rink right in the middle of Gstaad town centre. You can lace up your skates here and take a spin around a few laps or even play ice hockey. By the way, the ice rink is right next to the promenade.

  • Sledging

Whether in the sunshine or on a crystal clear night – enjoy whizzing downhill on the traditionally built wooden sledge. You race down to the valley on specially prepared slopes. Torches light the way for you at night. Sledging fans really get their money’s worth with eight action-packed runs. The selection ranges from the family sledging run in Sparenmoos to full-moon sledging on the Wispile. Anyone who wants even more of an adrenaline rush can switch to an airboard.

Skiing and snowboarding

Guaranteed snow, huge variety, large area – the “Gstaad Mountain Rides” winter sports resort is a paradise for skiers and snowboarders. Thanks to the unique glacier skiing area in the Bernese Oberland you can enjoy winter sports here from the end of October to the beginning of May.

  • Heliskiing

Are you looking for a really special skiing experience? Then choose heliskiing. After a flight of just a few minutes, the helicopter is already setting you down in no man’s land. The breathtaking runs in the mountains get pulses racing skywards. You will be captivated by the alpine panorama and the powder and corn snow on your way back down to the valley.

  • Cross-country skiing

Whether you’re a beginner or professional, classic cross-country skier or skating fan – the Gstaad holiday region is considered to be a top cross-country skiing area in Switzerland. You are sure to find a trail that is right for your level of difficulty in the different areas.

  • Dog sledding

Explore the Bernese Oberland on a dog sled. Good-natured Siberian and Greenland dogs who love racing pull you through the snow. On the one hand you will have great fun, on the other hand you get to know lots of new things and experience an unforgettable time with the dogs. On the excursion there is also enough time to answer your questions, take some photos and enjoy working with the animals.

  • Winter hiking and snowshoeing

You can enjoy the clear winter air and view over the snowy mountains in total peace on more than 30 prepared winter hiking trails. Pink and yellow boards show you the way to your destination and cosy restaurants invite you to while away the time along the way. You can explore unspoilt natural landscapes during snowshoe tours. You cross untouched fields of snow and birch forests covered in a deep blanket of snow and hike along iced up waterfalls. Local guides show you the most stunning spots.

  • Hot air balloon rides

The region’s micro climate offers the best conditions for hot air balloon rides. You float gently up into the sky with the hot air balloon. Once up there, you are surrounded by silence. With just the wind to move you on. You can enjoy a stunning view over the mountains and valleys.

  • Horse-drawn carriage rides

Discover the wonderful nature all around with a horse-drawn carriage ride – a romantic excursion without a doubt. Let yourself be pulled through the snow-covered landscape of the Gstaad holiday region.

Nightclub Greengo


Are you looking for the perfect place to party? Experience an exciting party night with our resident DJ “Jim Leblanc” at our GreenGo Nightclub. He plays the most popular and hippest music. The unique design and decoration take you back to the 1970s in a stylish setting. What are you waiting for? Come and feel the rhythm of every single beat.

Snack & Barbecue


Barbecuing is simply part and parcel of summer! Our “Snack & Barbecue” offers you barbecued specialities and a selection of snacks as well as a cold buffet. You can find the perfect spot for a light lunch outdoors just a few steps away from the outdoor jacuzzi and indoor pool.

The motto is relaxed enjoyment. Try the little snacks and chilled drinks.

Open in summer from 12 noon to 2.30 p.m. (depending on the weather, subject to change).

Le Grand Restaurant & La Grande Terrasse


Let yourself be indulged by our chefs’ haute cuisine and creativity at “Le Grand Restaurant” and on the “La Grande Terrasse”. The restaurant has been totally renovated and exudes a new glamour in elegant design. Enjoy the view over the stunning garden and breathtaking mountain panorama during your meal.

A buffet awaits guests at the Gstaad Palace every Saturday evening.

Gentlemen are asked to wear a jacket in the evening on the veranda.

La Fromagerie


Do you also want to try typical Swiss dishes during your stay at our hotel? “La Fromagerie” offers you this in a cosy atmosphere. How about our legendary truffle and Champagne cheese fondue or a traditional raclette?

We serve you typical Swiss specialities in a rustic setting with lots of wood and red and white checked decoration.

Open in winter from 7.00 p.m. to 11.00 p.m. (subject to change).

Le Grill


Enjoy international cuisine in our “Le Grill” gourmet restaurant. Our top chefs prepare your delicious dinner right in front of your eyes in the show kitchen. Choose an accompanying wine from our wine cellar.

The restaurant has been awarded with 15 Gault Millau points.

Open from 7.30 pm to 11.00 pm (subject to change).

Dress code: From 7.00pm gentlemen are asked to wear a jacket in Le Grill, the Bar du Grill and the Veranda section of Le Grand Restaurant. Baseball caps, woolies, coats, hoodies, polo shirts, T-shirts, ripped jeans and sport shoes are not permitted in the restaurants and bars in the evening.

Gildo's Ristorante


Do you love Italian cooking? Then visit “Gildo’s Ristorante”. Select internationally renowned chefs prepare authentic Italian dishes here. The restaurant was named after our Maître d’hôtel Gildo Bocchini, who was one of the hosts at the Palace since the 1960s. Buon appetito!

Maurizio Paglino and his Italian team give you an indulgent evening in a cosy atmosphere in the middle of the Swiss Alps.

Open in winter from 7.30 p.m. to 11.00 p.m. (subject to change).


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Hotel: Gstaad Palace

Address: Palacestrasse  Gstaad

Region: Bern

Country: Switzerland

Official website:

Telephone: +41 33 748 5000

Fax: +41 33 748 50 01

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Arriving by car

The journey by car takes two hours from both Geneva and Basel, you need roughly 2 and a half hours from Zurich. Our hotel address for your sat nav: Palacestrasse 28, 3780 Gstaad. Google Maps also shows you how to get to us. You can also book our limousine service.

Arriving by train

The train station in Gstaad is just 900 metres away from our hotel. You can travel to Gstaad by Swiss railways (SBB). 

Arriving by plane

You experience an outstanding perspective of our luxury hotel if you head for the private Gstaad Saanen airport by plane or helicopter. You can enjoy a unique view over the hotel and the Swiss mountains.

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