Alpina Gstaad Hotel Opens in Switzerland
The Alpina Gstaad recently opened in Gstaad, Switzerland. Located in the Bernese Alps in the Swiss resort village, the hotel is situated on five acres (two hectares) of hilltop area in Oberbort, five minutes from the village center.
The property has 56 guestrooms, 31 of which are suites. Each room features a balcony with views of the Swiss Alps.
The hotel also has three dining venues: Restaurant Somme, a contemporary all-day restaurant under the direction of Chef Marcus Lindner; a Swiss Stübli with more local fare; and Megu, the New York Japanese restaurant’s first European outpost This is in addition to the Alpina Lounge and Bar and a wine cellar with private dining for eight.
The property also houses a private cinema, a Havana-inspired cigar lounge, a children’s area, and a ballroom. There is also an outdoor pool, as well as an acre and a half (0.6 hectares) of gardens. Also within the hotel is the 21,500 square foot (1,997 square meter) Six Senses Spa, which features a Turkish bath, flotation room, ten separate treatment rooms, a sauna, steam room, fitness center, and an 82-foot (24-meter) lap pool.