Welcome to Park Gstaad – a 5 star luxury Alpine resort and hidden jewel in the beautiful valley of the Saanenland region, between Alpine peaks and traditional chalets.
The Park Gstaad offers all the elegance of a traditional grand hotel but with a cosy, more relaxed atmosphere. Health and wellness, a focus on fitness and a commitment to sustainability are all at the heart of this peaceful, authentic Alpine getaway. Offering discreet luxury, it combines beautiful landscapes, modern infrastructures and a wide variety of activities
1 SPA of 1’000 sq meters
1 Fitness facility
Bike storage and washing station
Mountains and glaciers rising up to 3,000m provide an imposing valley backdrop to the forests, streams and lakes, creating the postcard image of Switzerland.
Conveniently positioned halfway between the Swiss German and French parts of Switzerland the region has an international flair and English is widely spoken. Tourists and visitors are greeted with the slogan “come up – slow down”. Fat Biking has been welcomed to the region making Gstaad the new hotspot of Snow Biking in Europe.
Winter Sports in Gstaad include 220km of ski slopes, with Glacier 3,000 the only skiable glacier area in the Bernese Oberland, four Snow Parks, a Fun Slope, Free Ride and Ski Tour areas, Cross Country Ski Trails, Sled Runs, Winter Hiking Paths and Snow Shoe areas. Kids under 9 years ride all cable cars for free.
Together with a full range of hotels including some of the best in Switzerland, the region is also officially labelled as a “wellness destination”. More than 100 restaurants offer a variety of tastes and guests are spoiled for choice, from a cosy raclette to gourmet dishes.
Gstaad, a unique destination. For more information visit www.gstaad.ch
Referred to as the “Last paradise in a crazy world” by British actress Julie Andrews , the Alpine region of Gstaad consists of several well preserved villages located in valleys between 1,000 and 1,400m above sea level.
Click on the button below for travel packages available to South Africans and International travellers. *Please note the prices are per person and does not include your entry to the event. Prices are subject to change without prior notice. Available until 16 September 2019.
HOW TO GET THERE
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Gstaad is located in the Canton of Berne, close to the french speaking part of Switzerland and is easily reachable by car. The driving time from Zurich Airport is 2.5 hours and 2 hours from both Basel and Geneva (both cities with international airports). Directions Here
The train station is located right in the centre of Gstaad and offers frequent connections to most major Swiss cities. The rail journey from Zurich Airport takes just over 3 hours. To search train timetables and to book rail transfers online, go to the website of the Swiss Railways (SBB).
There are various airports in Switzerland from which Gstaad is easily reachable. Airports in Zurich, Basel and Geneva are all within 2 to 2.5 hours drive and a 2.5 to 3 hour train ride from Gstaad. Zurich Airport offers connections to most major international destinations around the globe.