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Alpine towns don’t come more charming than postcard-perfect Gstaad. Just over 2 hours from Geneva, Zurich or Bern, its 18th-century chalets, rolling farmland and tree-lined mountains hide a host of upscale luxuries.
Early 20th-century grandeur blends with contemporary chic at Le Grand Bellevue in the captivating alpine setting of Gstaad. Enjoying a central location on Gstaad Promenade, Le Grand Bellevue benefits from all the local amenities of Gstaad town. The town also plays host to a wealth of events throughout the year from the Classical Music Festival and the Snow Golf Trophy in winter, to the Beach Volleyball Grand Slam Tournament and the Menuhin Festival in summer. Needless to say, skiing is a large part of the winter fun here and the warmer months reveal a myriad of walking trails.
With 57 elegant rooms, of which nine are sophisticated suites, Le Grand Bellevue offers unrivalled accommodation. Heralding a new era of Gstaad chic, these rooms promise panoramic views across the mountains or private parklands, plus light-flooded bathrooms stocked with Bamford bath products. Most rooms have balconies, too. The bedrooms include spacious and pampering Chic and Deluxe Chic Rooms, but for the ultimate in luxury lodgings, there are the nine sensational suites. The penthouse, Le Grand Bellevue Suite is the largest in the hotel, with more than 1,800-square-feet of living space. Swathed in a neutral color palette with eclectic furnishings, guests are invited to unwind in exquisite surroundings.
Leonard’s may have a Michelin star and offer world-class dining, but Le Grand Bellevue’s fashionable flagship restaurant still maintains a wonderfully laid-back atmosphere. For something more intimate and unmistakably Swiss, Le Petit Chalet is a charming tree-flanked wooden cottage on the Promenade. There is nowhere more charming for classic local specialties such as raclette or fondue.