This world-class contemporary property of 56 rooms is housed within a chalet-style building with a traditional whitewashed façade, pine balconies and slate roofs. 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 paneled walls and coffered pine ceilings, living areas with wingback chairs and stone chimneys, and dining areas with pine tables. Restaurants include wood-paneled Swiss Stübli for traditional fare and one-star Japanese restaurant Megu, which has one of the largest sake collections in the country. The Alpina Lounge & Bar overlooks the heated outdoor pool, and the surrounding mountains are visible through a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows. There is also a gym and a spectacular spa with hydrotherapy, chromotherapy and salt-paneled rooms. The property is closed mid-March to June and mid-September to early December.
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Lowest Rate: Deluxe Room Schönried, $860; Editor’s Choice: Junior Suite, $1,980.
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
In order to offer you the highest level of service, online booking is currently not available. Please call Andrew Harper Travel at (800) 375-4685, or contact the hotel directly, for reservations.
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