Since it was inaugurated in 1910, Park Gstaad has always branded itself as a leading holiday destination set in the authentic ski resort of Gstaad. Park Gstaad is a 5-star hotel that has become a byword for stylish refinement and attention to detail, yet where an exquisite family atmosphere reigns supreme. In summer and winter alike, Park Gstaad appeals to a clientele in search of peace and quiet, guests who will take equal delight in the 1000 m² spa or - when the warm weather arrives - on the tennis court or in the outdoor swimming pool.
A chalet with a warm atmosphere and a blend of originality and modernity.
The hotel has 83 rooms and 11 suites on five floors. The bedroom interiors are designed in traditional Alpine style, finished with elegant finesse in light-colored wood and rough stone. Thanks to the contemporary furniture, flannel fabrics and latest high-tech fittings, this peaceful retreat is the perfect place for a relaxing break where you can get away from it all. And when it comes to dining, our chef Marco strikes the perfect chord with flavorsome dishes that shine a spotlight on world cuisine in all its culinary diversity.
THE KINGDOM OF CHILDREN: Here at Park Gstaad we attach great importance to our youngest guests. Children are considered VIPs the moment they arrive, with each child receiving a welcome gift. Many of our bedrooms are connecting rooms, which makes them ideal for families. The VIP treatment of our young guests continues in the restaurants, where our chef creates suitable menus. A babysitting service is available on request.
FUN AND GAMES ALL YEAR ROUND: The hotel has a games room, including a TV and board games as well as video games for older children. The room is supervised by trained instructors. Our range of activities also includes private cooking lessons. Two large swimming pools and an outdoor tennis court are also at your disposal.
The Gstaad region is an enormous playground just waiting to be discovered! And we’d be delighted to organize family excursions for you, such as fishing, horse-riding, hiking or even climbing expeditions. Activities such as a trip to the zoo can also be planned, as well as to the fairy-tale castle or the Cailler chocolate factory.