Hotel Review: Le Grand Bellevue, Gstaad, Switzerland

Le Grand Bellevue -Deluxe Chic Room
Deluxe Chic Room (c) Le Grand Bellevue

Actress Julie Andrews might have been on to something when she referred to a Alpine Swiss ski review encampment of Gstaad as “the final bliss in a crazy world.”

The family-owned Le Grande Bellevue might be a oldest house hotel in town, though a newly-designed interior has been injected with a vibrant, modern-day flair—from a giant, unresolved birdcage seats and life-size camel in a run to a snowflake chandeliers, it’s immediately clear that this is not your normal oppulance hotel. And no matter what a season, Le Grand Bellevue is positioned in a ideal plcae to try a city centre or strike a slopes.

Who For

Le Grand Bellevue - Snowflake Chandeliers
Snowflake Chandeliers (c) Edward Young

This hotel is ideal for both a over-worked looking for a oppulance summer wellness shelter or a winter soldier prepared to bruise a powder. It’s family permitted with several play bedrooms and Le Grand Spa is a ideal place to tell after a prolonged day. When a feverishness drops, during a winter months, guest can feverishness adult during a hotel’s night bar or relax in a cigar lounge.

Accommodation

Le Grande Bellevue: Suite Etoile
Suite Etoile (c) Le Grande Bellevue

There are just 57 rooms, many with balconies and all with unconditional views of a surrounding plateau or a city centre. Ensuite bathrooms have heated towel racks, walk-in showers, and deep-soaking bathtubs and aromatically appealing Bamford bath products.

Facilities

Le Grande Bellevue - Le Grand Spa
Le Grand Spa (c) Le Grande Bellevue

The 3000m² subterranean Le Grand Spa is a major highlight. When longing fitness, select between carrying a float in a hotel’s indoor pool, yoga, weight training or Pilates. Or indulge in a luxury of one of a 11 diagnosis bedrooms or persperate divided prominence in the interconnecting savoury saunas, salt bedrooms and ice caves.

Children have entrance to a series of playrooms, a kids’ club, escorted skiing while restaurants offer high chairs and children’s menus.

Food and Drink

Le Grande Bellevue - The Bar
The Bar (c) Le Grand Spa

You can take fine afternoon tea of mini madeleines and macaroons in a sitting room, fondu in a chalet or take a chair at the Sushi Bar or Le Petit Chalet or during a Michelin starred LEONARD’s, that offers bistro character Swiss cuisine.

Le Grand Bellevue’s dining options are so sundry that we are certain to never eat a same dish twice. And when longing a nightcap, indulge in one of a are deco bar’s signature cocktails, that embody options such as chai latte infused vodka and rosemary infused solitaire and tonic.

What’s Nearby

Lake Lauenen nearby Gstaad
Lake Lauenen nearby Gstaad (c) Edward Young

The hotel is located only mins divided from a sight hire and a engineer storefront shops that line Gstaad promenade. But a prominence to any stay during Le Grand Bellevue is a tighten vicinity to a clearly unconstrained acres of Alpine ski slopes that are permitted for many months via a year.

Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi is accessible via a hotel.

Room Rates

From €311.


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