The Alpina Gstaad is a five star superior hotel for leisure travellers with excellent cuisine and swiss chic. You can enjoy the ski slopes and mountains during the day. It is nesting among the mountains in the town of Gstaad which is rich and famous. Opulent chalets scatter the surrounding hills, but don’t expect bling. The Alpina Gstaad is furnished with recycled wood from farms over Europe and local stone from the river. Works of contemporary art adorn the walls.
The hotel has a destination in its own right. It offers swiss luxury and excellent cuisine. It is connected to a network of footpaths. In effect if you want a bit luxury, good food and a chance to enjoy the outdoors you will find it here. Totally there are 56 rooms ranging from deluxe to panorama and all of the rooms have balconies. The Junior Suites have working fireplaces whilst the Deluxe Suites also have a lounge area. Rooms are decorted with locally crafted accessories and period bookcases containing collection of literature. Each room has flat screen TV with satellite channels, free internet access and large luxurious pillows.
The hotel is situated on a spacious expanse of parkland overlooking the village of Gstaad and the Six Senses Spa has a Himalayan salt grotto, a Turkish bath and indoor and outdoor pools. There’s Tree House Club for kids, a cigar lounge and a Private Cinema where you get to choose the films. The Sommet restaurant, run by Chef Martin Göschel, has one Michelin star and his unique tasting menu sources local produce. The wine list includes over 400 rare vintage bottles from across the world.