Berkeley Bespoke has shared unforgettable moments at The Alpina Gstaad: an exclusive resort set on a hillside, the hotel overlooks a Swiss ski village filled with classic chalets that is surrounded by spectacular Alpine views.
Since its opening on the first of December 2012, The Alpina Gstaad upholds a global standard of refinement and elegance in the 5-star category. Known for its authentic architecture, local crafts, gardens and art collection it is a home to the highest expressions of Swiss design. The property hosts the only Six Senses Spa in Switzerland, a holistic destination inspired by Asian wellness traditions that draw upon the energy of the Alps and the Bernese Oberland’s peaks and pastures.
An exclusive Six Senses Spa is a holistic destination spa inspired by Asian wellness traditions, which are offered alongside Swiss Alpine treatments. The spa’s 12 treatment rooms include 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 multifunctional single treatment rooms.
The 56 rooms and suites all reflect how authenticity meets Swiss luxury. Throughout, the region’s heritage inspires the detail and careful craftsmanship, with classically carved ceilings and timber-clad walls create a cosy feel along with leather headboards. Decorative accessories recall the traditional leather straps used to hold cowbells, an iconic image for Saanenland. Yet the result is also fresh and modern, delivering an original Alpine chic aesthetic.
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 spa, Jacuzzi, fitness and massage area.
Michelin-starred Executive Chef Martin Göschel supervises Restaurant Sommet, Megu and Swiss Stübli, three exceptional restaurants, which draw upon the world’s classic cuisines. Each is an ode to authentic food and the finest produce, offering expressions of the chef’s famous attention to detail and eye for perfection.
MEGU – Japan has never tasted better Experience a new style of dining in Gstaad with the first Western european location of the celebrated MEGU concept restaurant. The restaurant’s design by award-winning decorator Noé Duchaufour- Lawrance promises a unique experience with some of the most unusual ingredients and dishes, prepared by two expert Japanese chefs.
The Alpina Gstaad hosts its own permanent art collection installed throughout the hotel and grounds. It includes works by many of the leading artists of the twenty – first century, which explore the interplay between technology, identity, and the natural world.
The property partners with arts organizations, sponsors artist residencies, hosts forums that bring together creative activists and cultural producers, and supports the creation of new artworks, particularly those concerned with environmental and social activism. The Hotel aspires to be a global platform for creativity and cultural innovation, a place where guests can experience the spectacular Swiss Alps, while they are inspired by engaging visual art, architecture, and stimulating cultural exchange.