This contemporary property of 56 rooms is housed within a chalet-style building with a traditional whitewashed façade and pine balconies. Though the subterranean entryway is nontraditional, with a waterfall, evergreen trees and amber lighting, the cozy lobby, with its recycled timber, slate and Swiss antiques, offers a profound sense of place. Grand Luxe Suites come with coffered pine ceilings and living areas with stone chimneys. Dining options include Swiss Stübli for traditional fare, one-star Sommet, which serves a seasonal French- and Asian-inspired set menu, and a Japanese restaurant boasting an extensive sake collection. A cozy lounge-bar overlooks the heated outdoor pool, and the surrounding mountains are visible through floor-to-ceiling windows. There is also a gym and a sophisticated Six Senses spa. The property is closed April to July and October to December.
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Junior Suite, $2,700; Grand Luxe Suite, $3,200 ($200 culinary credit included; minimum stay required).
Daily full breakfast in room or buffet breakfast served at Sommet; Credit of CHF 100 per person for use at one of the three restaurants; Free entrance to Six Senses spa; Wi-Fi; Shuttle service to and from Gstaad train station; All taxes, VAT and service charges
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