The Alpina Gstaad is a luxury hotel in Switzerland for the world's most discerning travellers. More than a place to stay in the Alps, it is an icon for Gstaad combining Swiss tradition and thoughtful luxury. The result goes beyond Swiss stereotypes to create a fresh interpretation of Alpine chic.

The Alpina Gstaad has won a number of accolades including: Gault-Millau Switzerland's Hotel of the Year 2013 and 2014, GALA SPA AWARDS' Best Luxury Hotel City/Resort, Handelszeitung's best Ski-Spa de Luxe at over 1,000 metres. Travel + Leisure Award for 100 Best Hotels in the World, Conde Nast Ttraveler Best New Hotel in Switzerland, Conde´ Nast Traveler Gold List 2016, You & Your Wedding Best Suites in the World 2016 and the TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Award 2017 (number one in the categories 'Luxury Hotel' and 'Top Hotels' in Switzerland). One Michelin Star awarded for MEGU and one Michelin Star for Sommet.

The Alpina Gstaad collaborated with a number of industry leaders to include: Chaletbau Matti AG for Construction and Carpentry, HBA for the Lobby, Ballroom & Boardrooms, Bar, Lounge, Restaurant Sommet, Wine Room, Rooms & Suites and Noe´ Duchaufour-Lawrance to design MEGU, P49 Bangkok for Six Senses Spa and Jean Mus et Cie for the Garden.
All 56 rooms and suites reflect how authenticity meets Swiss luxury. Heritage in inspires the detail and careful craftsmanship with classically carved ceilings and timber-clad walls to create a cosy feel along with leather headboards, Swiss farmhouse- style cupboards and chests. Decorative accessories such as the traditional leather raps used to hold cowbells are an iconic image for Saanenland while the result is also fresh and modern.

56 Total Rooms and Suites with balconies
25 Deluxe Rooms
14 Junior Suites
8 Deluxe Suites
7 Grand Luxe Suites
1 Chalet Suite
1 Panorama Suite

The Alpina Gstaad has created a unique platform for art, beauty and freedom of expression since opening in 2012. The collection continuously evolves and the frequent release of new and innovative projects are curated by Swiss artist, Pierre Keller.

The ultimate suite experience at The Alpina Gstaad is the 400 sqm three-bedroom duplex panorama Suite, upholding the style of an elegant residence in the Alps. An elegant staircase leads to the suite's top floor revealing a private Jacuzzi, fitness and massage area.

Providing a discreet haven, the Chalet Suite is ideal for those seeking privacy without compromising on space. Guests can enjoy the exclusivity of their own apartment which is set apart from the rest of the hotel. Ideal for families, small groups of friends and guests who prefer their own dining facilities, this three-bedroom suite features a large living area with an open kitchen and dining area.
The Six Senses Spa is a holistic destination spa inspired by Asian wellness traditions, which are offered alongside Swiss Alpine treatments. There are 12 treatment rooms including a Floatation Room, a hammam, a Colonic Room, a Colour Therapy Room, an Ayurvedic Room, an Oriental Room, a Salt Room, a Cave Room for couples treatments and five beautiful multifunctional single treatment rooms.
Six Senses signature massage therapies are designed with guests' specific needs in mind founded on detox, energiser, holistic and oriental philosophies. Other facilities include an indoor pool, a garden pool, two Jacuzzis, a yoga studio, a gym and a juice bar. For children, there is a salt beach in the Salt Room. Kids also have a separate pool with a mini slide.

Biologique Recherche
Six Senses Spa
Subtle Energy

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