True and convivial hospitality awaits you at the hotel Gstaaderhof Gstaad
The Gstaaderhof stands for two generations of family tradition. 66 rooms of different categories full of cosiness – in traditional design but aswell freshly renovated. After an adventurous day, the pleasant tranquility and the fresh mountain air will guarantee you a good night sleep. Every morning, take advantage of the generous breakfast with local products from the buffet. Experience the high art of cooking in the Restaurant Müli, Gault Millau awarded 13 points by Gault Millau. Passion, a pinch of regionality as well as an abundance of seasonal products, inspire Elvedin Odobasic, the Chef de Cuisine, when creating his dishes. During the winter season enjoy rustic and savoury Swiss specialities in the Restaurant Saagi Stübli. A deck chair in the garden, a small but fine wellness area with a Finnish Sauna, a whirlpool and steam bath as well as a regenerating massage at the Baan Sabai, complement your holidays as relaxing and memorable.
There is so much to explore and discover here in the Saanenland - fun, excitement adventure and a lot of fresh air for all generations. Whether it is in the summer or in the winter months, one is active in sports prefers cultural events or is a nature enthusiast, the offer is diverse and extensive.
The hotel is situated in the centre and is a good starting point to hiking trails, excursions or the skiing slopes – the mountain railways are in walking distance or reachable by public transportation. Whether exchanging ideas and opinions, discussing or celebrating, the function rooms for your business or social needs or catering in a family atmosphere are at your disposal.
Ten chalet villages make up the Gstaad holiday region. Here guests will find an unparalleled variety of leisure time offers in the midst of a lovely and authentic alpine landscape.
The Bernese Oberland are the 8 regions higher than Bern. It is a traditional holiday region with perfect sports, leisure and family offers. The large triad of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau is situated in the middle of the Bernese Oberland. The train journey to the Jungfraujoch, the highest railway station in Europe (3,454 m above sea level), is a highlight for all visitors. In summer, hiking, in winter a ski paradise!
Facts: Bernese Alps: the Finsteraarhorn is the highest peak in the Bernese Oberland, Jungfrau, Mönch, Eiger, Blüemlisalp, Wyssi Frau, Morgenhorn, Wildstrubel | Bernese Alpine foothills: Schilthorn, Faulhorn, Brienzer Rothorn, Morgenberghorn
Lies in the western part of the Bernese Oberland. Gstaad stands for prestige, international reputation and Alpine charm, British serenity and authentic traditions. The acting legend Julie Andrews got to the heart of it: "Gstaad is the last paradise in a crazy world". Chic charm and discreet luxury with an understatement are the characteristics of the Gstaad region. Tourists and famous guests from royal families, film, art, sports and business come here every year. Style and class meet real alpine practicality. The region has 200 farms, 80 operating Alps and 7,000 cows. Gstaad is, if you will, a culinary Olympus, a haven of exquisite gastronomy. Children can have fun in Gstaad with playgrounds, a petting zoo, river rafting and fun parks. Children under nine ride for free on all mountain railways. Gstaad is completely car-free and all the houses are built in the chalet style. Exclusive boutiques, fine jewellers, small and lovely shops selling local products and restaurants can be found on the promenade.
Gstaad: 1050 m above sea level, airfield: Saanen, traffic-free holiday village, neighbouring cities: Saanen, Rougemont, Schönried, Saanenmöser, Zweisimmen, Gsteig, Lauenen
The Hotel Gstaaderhof is situated in the middle of Gstaad. Train station, restaurants and shopping in Gstaad are accessible in a few minutes walking distance. The mountain railways can be reached in 5-15 min by feet or public transportation.