Gstaad’s best ski hotels are five-star – Park Gstaad being one of the most revered and ideal for skiers. Formerly called the Grand Hotel Park, Park Gstaad first opened in 1910 – it was then and is now a luxury ski and spa hotel inspired by the surrounding Alps scenery, with every luxe amenity imaginable – 4 restaurants, a fabulous full-service spa area and elegant rooms. The Park is the perfect complement to your ski holiday in the Swiss Alps.
Gstaad is a famed and historic ski haven since 1905, the 1st Swiss chairlift was installed here in 1945. Gstaad is actually nine separate ski areas that sprawl from Zweisimmen to Saanemoser to the top of Les Diablerets Glacier 3000, few of which are interconnected.
Gstaad is a glamorous alpine ski village with fancy boutiques and hotels. Park Gstaad is situated right in the heart of Gstaad, close to the famous town Promenade, and its classic chalets, après ski cafes, and upscale shops.
Park Gstaad is a grand hotel – with almost 100 rooms, and super luxury suites – including the legendary “My Gstaad Chalet” – the largest suite in the Swiss Alps, a 4,300 sq ft. penthouse suite of two floors and spectacular Swiss Alps views, plus 5-star service from morning to night. More traditional rooms of course are available, all with alpine charm, modern amenities, and posh service.
Park Gstaad offers all the elegance of a traditional grand hotel but with a cozier, more relaxed ski holiday atmosphere. A full-service spa offers health and wellness, plus luxury treatments, massages, and beauty care. Also a ski concierge is available to help with your ski gear, and transportation to Gstaad’s various ski areas and ski lifts.
Park Gstaad also has 4 restaurants on premise, plus suggestions and reservations to top Gstaad dining spots in the village. At the Park Hotel you have choices of Avenue Montagne & Lounge, Park 29, Cigar Lounge and Caveau.
You’ll not tire of the offerings or options at Park Gstaad – however you will tire from all that spectacular skiing across 9 unique ski areas.