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Beautiful Swiss chalet with Michelin-starred dining

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Facilities & Services
  • 56 rooms and suites
  • Michelin-starred restaurant
  • Swiss and Japanese restaurants
  • Bar and lounge
  • Outdoor and indoor pool
  • Spa

Completed in 2012, the Alpina Gstaad was the first new hotel to be built in over a century and is fast redefining the Alpine experience. Discrete and cosmopolitan, it has received numerous awards since opening.

Swiss heritage is reflected in the rooms and suites which feature classically carved ceilings and timber-clad walls as well as decorative accessories such as the traditional leather straps used to hold cowbells. Some rooms have private terraces boasting views over the foothills of the Bernese Alps or the glorious Diablerets mountains.

Restaurant Sommet has been awarded a Michelin star for its innovative and immaculately presented dishes, whilst MEGU offers creative Japanese cuisine. The warm atmosphere of the Swiss Stübli is an ode to authentic local favourites such as fondue and raclette.

After a day exploring the hiking trails, sit back and relax with a glass of wine or expertly mixed cocktail at the lounge and bar, where large open windows mean you will never feel too far away from the enchanting pastoral meadows and majestic mountains. The wine cellar is home to 1,700 vintages from across the world.

The Six Senses Spa is a haven of peace and tranquillity, offering a range of treatments inspired by Asian wellness traditions. There is also an indoor and garden pool, hammam, a gym, two Jacuzzis and a yoga studio.

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Completed in 2012, the Alpina Gstaad was the first new hotel to be built in over a century and is fast redefining the Alpine experience. Discrete and cosmopolitan, it has received numerous awards since opening.

Swiss heritage is reflected in the rooms and suites which feature classically carved ceilings and timber-clad walls as well as decorative accessories such as the traditional leather straps used to hold cowbells. Some rooms have private terraces boasting views over the foothills of the Bernese Alps or the glorious Diablerets mountains.

Restaurant Sommet has been awarded a Michelin star for its innovative and immaculately presented dishes, whilst MEGU offers creative Japanese cuisine. The warm atmosphere of the Swiss Stübli is an ode to authentic local favourites such as fondue and raclette.

After a day exploring the hiking trails, sit back and relax with a glass of wine or expertly mixed cocktail at the lounge and bar, where large open windows mean you will never feel too far away from the enchanting pastoral meadows and majestic mountains. The wine cellar is home to 1,700 vintages from across the world.

The Six Senses Spa is a haven of peace and tranquillity, offering a range of treatments inspired by Asian wellness traditions. There is an indoor and garden pool, hammam, a gym, two Jacuzzis and a yoga studio.

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