As a part of the German-speaking section of the Canton of Berne in southwest Switzerland, Gstaad is an incredibly picturesque place that’s also the home of the of the largest ski areas in the Alps. However, even though tourists visit it on a regular basis, Gstaad hasn’t received a new hotel development in over 100 years, which is why Alpina Gstaad is so important.
This contemporary hotel blends nicely with its natural surroundings, and it was designed to act as a base for those who are fortunate and inspired enough to choose Gstaad as a holiday destination. Its recovered wood interiors are indeed rustic, but the establishment’s state-of-the-art lighting systems and high-end amenities anchor it firmly into the present. Accommodations include 25 rooms and 31 suites, all of which flaunt their own balconies.
Foodies are able to savor delicious meals at one of the three restaurants, such as Megu, which is the town’s very first Japanese restaurant. When it comes to skiing, the resort boasts over 155 miles of pistes as well as a high-altitude glacier and 62 lifts. However, visitors can also spend some time at the Six Senses Spa after an entertaining day at the slopes, as professional staff members are always ready to provide soothing and relaxing treatments for the body and soul.