The Alpina Gstaad channels Switzerland’s majestic natural beauty to offer guests an anything but ordinary holiday getaway
Escape to a true winter wonderland—in the Alps.
gstaad, Switzerland, has rightfully earned its reputation as one of Europe’s most magical winter wonderlands. Its chalet-style architecture, understated luxury, and startling natural beauty give this Swiss mountain village a picturepostcard appeal that well-heeled travelers can’t resist.
Though opened in 2012, The Alpina Gstaad hotel appears as if it’s been a part of this idyllic landscape for decades. Its charming exterior—with carved wooden balconies and wide eaves—pairs naturally with the surrounding Alps and rolling mountain meadows.
Interiors designed by Nathan Hutchins and Inge Moore of Hirsch Bedner Associates (the duo has since founded the design firm Muza Lab) feature materials—including local timbers and stone, well-worn leathers, and natural wools—that contribute to the hotel’s regional relevance.
The Alpina Gstaad’s holiday decor, layered over its year-round warm tones and textures, welcomes guests in from the cold. The Panorama Suite has a private spa and massage area.