On the central Gstaad Promenade, Le Grand Bellevue has a global reputation for being one of the most prestigious hotels in the world. Having come under new owners in 2012, that reputation has merely been extended, paying heightened attention to five star luxury in this highly prized upscale resort town in the Swiss Alps. As such, its 57 rooms and suites herald contemporary chic style and decadent finishes, but it must be the panoramic views of mountains and private parklands that bring it the ultimate in wow-factor.
If you have never been to the mountains, you’re in for a treat at this hotel, while those who have spent time in the Alps will know that food is chief amongst its finest assets. Le Grand Bellevue’s flagship restaurant does laid back luxe to perfection, while LEONARDS has a Michelin Star for its world-class dining. Le Petit Chalet is the hotel’s charming mountain log cabin set in the gardens. Seating just 20 diners, it is a rustic cottage serving traditional dishes such as fondue and raclette with Swiss wines. The hotel also has its own sushi bar, a lounge serving a first-class afternoon tea and an exquisite bar area emanating the epoch of Hemingway with its Art Deco style.
Board basis: packages are based on a bed and breakfast basis in a Chic Room. Upgrades are available at a supplement