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Gstaad, Switzerland Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 15
Total Sleeping Rooms 493
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 132
Committable Meeting Rooms* 8
Largest Exhibit Space 1,936 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 1,936 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate CHF 233
Average Daily Meal Cost CHF 155
Average Weekly Car Rental CHF 381
*Maximum for a single hotel

Gstaad, Switzerland Things to Do and Attractions

Glacier 3000

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A year-round recreation paradise, Glacier 3000 is home to the world’s only suspension bridge that connects two mountain peaks, the world's highest bobsleigh track, as well as dogsled rides, cross country and downhill skiing, snowboarding, and summer

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Lake Lauenen

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Nestled within the heart of a nature reserve in the small village of Lauenen, away from all hustle and bustle, Lake Lauenen is a secluded, tranquil spot for hiking and enjoying nature. Guests can rent boats at the lake, as well as bring a picnic or

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Museum der Landschaft in Saanen

The “Museum der Landschaft” in Saanen explores the rich, varied cultural heritage of the region, dating back more than three centuries. Visitors learn about the area's railroad construction and the development of tourism, as well as regional crafts

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Mount Rellerli

Coined the "Sunshine Mountain," Mount Rellerli in nearby Schönried offers summer and winter activities, as well as panoramic views, gondola rides, and excellent fondue at the Rellerli Mountain Hut. Summertime activities include the mountain's

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High Rope Park Zweisimmen

Set within giant Obersimmental trees, the High Rope Park Zweisimmen offers fantastic opportunities for group adventures, thanks to its five courses situated up to 65 feet off the ground. The rope park features a serie of ladders, jumps and bridges;

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Restaurant Chesery

The restaurant with a cozy bar and a small terrace is located at a square of the old cheese dairy in the village. Here, Robert Speth, Gault Millau “Chef of the Year 2005” has been creating his highly awarded “Cuisine Pure” since 1984. For Robert

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Megu, The Alpina Gstaad

Decidedly contemporary, authentic, and full of surprises, the Japanese restaurant MEGU was an instant hit with the Gstaad community, and has rung in a new culinary era for the Bernese Oberland. The elegant, sleek restaurant, inspired by Japanese

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Azalee, Hostellerie Alpenrose Schönried

The Azalee at the charming Hostellerie Alpenrose Schönried serves gourmet cuisine in a stylish space. Entree selections include poached lobster with ravioli and chestnuts in lobster bisque and perfumed with gingerbread spices, roasted beef filet and

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This charming restaurant in the heart of the historic village of Saanen represents a unique dining experience. Whilst enjoying an authentic and local cuisine you have a wide range of finest wines. The delightful concept also contains an art

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The Wasserngrat Gstaad

The Wasserngrat Gstaad represents a unique location for a bespoke and truly authentic event in the mountains. Easily accessible by a modern cable car you reach the top within 7 minutes while having a glass of Champagne or a warming mulled wine in

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Restaurant Hotel Bären Gsteig

The warm, cozy Restaurant Hotel Bären in Gsteig serves local, seasonal, and fresh Swiss fare and wines, including fondue and raclette. The raclette is prepared in a traditional way at the open fire. The restaurant is open Wednesday through Saturday

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Promenade Gstaad

Visitors can stroll and shop to their heart's delight at the Promenade Gstaad, which is lined with shops selling elegant jewelry, luxury labels, and regional products. The Promenade is set within Gstaad's traffic-free center bursting with restaurants

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Restaurant Hotel Baren

The warm, cozy Restaurant Hotel Baren serves local, seasonal and fresh Swiss fare and wines, including fondue and raclette. The raclette is prepared in a traditional way at the open fire. The restaurant is open Wednesday through Saturday from 8 AM to

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Cheese Cave Gstaad

Showcasing more than 3,000 cheeses, including some historical rarities, set within sophisticated lighting, the Cheese Cave Gstaad welcomes visitors to learn about cheeses and pairings and taste their flavor. Housed in a former water reservoir, the

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Husky Tours

The Gstaad area offers husky tours through the Glacier 3000 landscape or around Lake Lauenen, depending on the season. Individuals, families, or groups can enjoy the romantic dogsled rides; private group tours are available. Price varies by trip.

Chocolate Train

The popular Chocolate Train trip runs from Montreux to the Gruyere region, famous for its Cailler chocolate and Gruyere cheese. Passengers can ride in first-class carriage and panoramic coaches before touring the Gruyeres castle and visiting the

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Lake Arnen

Framed by woods, the secluded Lake Arnen, known as the "Pearl of the Saanenland," is a perfect spot for hiking, swimming, and fishing. Visitors can rent rowboats, bring a picnic, or choose to dine at the lake restaurant.

Menuhin Tent

Situated within a 10-minute walk of the Gstaad rail station, the Menuhin Tent boasts a unique atmosphere set within the Alps. The heated festival tent offers the latest multi-media technology and gourmet catering, as well as a fabric membrane

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