Destination Gstaad enjoys a high level of prestige and international renown. Despite this, it has remained truly alpine, with its chic charm, British sobriety and authentic traditions. Or as the theatre legend Julie Andrews once said: “Gstaad is the last paradise in a world of madmen”.
Gstaad is synonymous with pleasant skiing experiences on a variety of dream slopes: 200 kilometres of pleasure on the slopes, nestled between 1000 and 3000 metres above sea level.
Switzerland, a small country in central Europe, has a thousand faces. Varied landscapes with very different characters, discover the attractions of this small islet preserved during a luxury personalized trip to Switzerland. A culture and inhabitants steeped in Latin and Germanic origins: a regional diversity reflected in the 4 languages and 26 cantons. High peaks with breathtaking views, snow-covered peaks that make you want to go down the slopes, a feeling of well-being close to nature. With its large and renowned ski resorts, Switzerland is the ideal destination for winter sports. Les Globe-Setters offers you top-of-the-range stays that promise to be memorable.
Gstaad offers winter sports enthusiasts a varied offer in several ski areas. Glacier skiing? You can practice it on Glacier 3000. Fans of the large white arenas will find enough space at Rinderberg, Lengebrand, Saanerslochgrat, Hornberg and Horneggli. For the enjoyment of the guests, the Eggli-La Videmanette estate is recommended. The legendary Tiger Run, the steepest track in the world, is located on the Wasserngrat.
Nestled in the heart of a beautifully maintained park on the edge of Gstaad’s promenade, the Grand Bellevue has been a staple of Gstaad for over 100 years. In complete relaxed luxury and facing a breathtaking mountain landscape, guests can enjoy an incomparable service and an exceptional choice of services including a starred bistro cuisine, typical Swiss dishes at Petit Chalet, a restaurant with enchanting traditional decoration, fresh fish at Sushi Bar, and cocktails produced with expert hands at the hotel’s art deco bar, evoking the grandeur of the 1930s. However, the hotel’s main attraction is the Grand Spa: 3000m2 of alpine well-being developed according to the rules of the art. Seven different saunas and hammams, a yoga and Pilates studio, a magnificent indoor swimming pool with Jacuzzi are perfect places to relax before or after a relaxing treatment or a relaxing massage.
16 Art dishes combine original and unexpected flavours. The menu is made according to seasonal ingredients and always fresh. As for the setting, the room is very comfortable and the decoration warm. You will spend a friendly moment in a wooded and modern atmosphere. The service is attentive and attentive to your needs.