A true Alpine hideaway, a discreet and personalized hotel experience. Comfort, privacy, artistry and tradition live together harmoniously.
From its inception in 2012 The Alpina Gstaad paid close attention to responsible practices, local sourcing and sustainable materials.
The Alpina Gstaad strives to do its part in every detail for responsible best practices in energy consumption.
The watchword of this hotel is hospitality and responsibility.
In the heart of the Swiss Alps you will discover 56 spacious rooms and suites, all with private terraces and spectacular views. A fusion of materials and regional craft combine woodwork, hand-built fireplaces made from local stone, genuine period painted furniture and ceilings decorated with traditional wood carvings, tastefully enhanced with every modern comfort.
We stayed in the Deluxe Suite, a magnificent room with mountain views. The word that comes to mind when you enter this suite is welcome, it looks like a very warm luxury chalet.
As you know we have a real passion for the spa and were particularly impressed to find a Sixsenses Spa that we usually find in Asia. The harmonious lines and colors make it all the way to the indoor pool relaxing.
The indoor pool is very large and is illuminated by a transparent dome from which natural light enters.
MAIN POOL OF THE ALPINA GSTAAD
One of the most famous spots of this hotel is definitely its swimming pool framed by the mountains of Gstaad. If it is so beautiful in summer imagine it with snow!
The water is heated even in summer, you can relax all day in the sun while admiring a breathtaking view.
Executive Chef Martin Göschel takes centre stage offering taste experiences inspired by his travels in France, Italy, Southeast Asia, and South America. Additionally, a respected vegetarian menu has been developed. Gault Millau awards Sommet 18/20 points, and the Guide Michelin rates the restaurant one star for service, wine list and décor where rustic and modern beautifully harmonize.
Head Chef Tetsujiro Ogata and Head Sushi Chef Tsutomu Kugota take diners on a journey through some of Japan’s most pristine and rare ingredients and presentations. Gault Millau has named Megu as Switzerland’s top Asian restaurant (16/20 points). Michelin awards one star to its.
DISCOVERING ARNENSEE WITH THE ALPINA GSTAAD
The Alpina Gstaad also offers a very convenient picnic service if you want to explore the Gstaad area. We have chosen to explore Lake Arnensee with the 500 electric car donated by the Leonardo di Caprio Foundation against climate change.