Set on a hill overlooking the mesmerising town of Gstaad, the Gstaad Palace offers breathtaking views of the majestic Swiss Alps. Over the years, the property has earned an unrivaled reputation for discreet, refined hospitality.
The 90 tastefully decorated rooms and suites include 2 Tower Two Bedroom Suites and the most luxurious and sophisticated three-bedroom Penthouse Suite ever built in an Alpine resort. While it hosts guests today, did you know that during World War II, the hotel housed other treasures? Because of its discreet location on the upper mountainside, the Swiss government hid a large portion of the country’s gold reserves in a two-storey bunker at the hotel. Fascinating, isnt it? Today, this historic space serves as La Fromagerie, with a Champagne truffle fondue, and the terrace of the famous Lobby Bar.