Huus Gstaad

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Located on top of a sunny hilltop with a pretty view of Gstaad.
A discreet sense of luxury with an accomplished blend of down-to-earth chalet charm and present-day elegance. The reception area is well hidden. You enter the Huus Hotel via a cosy chalet that feels like somebody's living room. The “Living Room” with its fireplace, its well-stocked library and its cushy seating furniture radiates tranquillity and comfort.
4 restaurants, lounge-living room with large bar and extensive whiskey and gin collection, spa on 2000 sqm with several saunas, 135 sqm panoramic pool, gym and a separate spa area for children. In-house ski school (free of charge for children aged 14 or younger).
Wide spectrum of gastronomic amenities: Breakfast is available all day – at the “Huus Gstaad” restaurant you will find a rich breakfast buffet until 11:00 o’clock, and the option to have an à la carte breakfast thereafter. The “La Vue” restaurant serves modern alpine cuisine, with a spectacular view of the mountains thrown in for free. The “Stollen” restaurant serves tapas, while the “Chalet Hüüsli” in the garden offers fondue, raclette and other Swiss favourites. Not least, children have their very own restaurant – “Huuskids.”
136 rooms decorated chalet style divide into three categories: singles, doubles and suites. All rooms feature Hästens box-spring beds (four different types of mattresses). You can actually try different rooms at the Huus Hotel until you find the perfect bed. The walls have a dark wood finish. Interiors are dominated by hues of fir green and stone grey. Brass lamps neatly add a touch of elegance. Each room features a coffee machine, a Mammut backpack, and cuddly plaid throws. Complimentary WiFi.
The remarkably friendly staff takes a bespoke approach, adapting to your personal needs and cravings.

Huus Gstaad Hotel, Saanen

It’s all in the name: The hotel’s name “Huus” means “house” or “home” and it won’t take you long to get comfortable here. Rather, you will instantly feel at home. This is explained, on the one hand, by the fact that you enter the 4-star-superior hotel through a cosy chalet with an open lounge, the “Living Room”. On the other hand, you will simply not want to leave again after having been in the care of Mirka Czybik and her hand-picked team who run the Huus with infinite warmth, dedication and attention. The Huus' interior is dominated by the copious use of wood and other natural materials. Outside, ski slopes, cross-country and hiking trails await you in the wintertime, while things to do in the summertime include river rafting, canyoning, mountain biking and Nordic walking. Upon your return to the hotel late in the afternoon, there is a relaxing spa to tempt you or the “Living Room” – the perfect place for a cup of tea over a good book or a nice chat. Bookworms will love the library with its more than 500 titles that include cookbooks and travel guides, coffee table books and Alpine classics, Petrarch’s philosophical musings about Mont Ventoux and Dante's Divine Comedy – whatever you fancy, you will surely find just the right tome to end an adventurous day in the mountains on a quiet note.

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The unique hotel design by Stylt Trampoli AB, a Swedish group of architects, is very impressive, and so is the innovative concept of “included activities” that encourages guests to explore the grand outdoors around Gstaad. Options include river rafting, canyoning, mountain climbing or snowshoeing – something for everyone.
The parking garage's ceiling is rather low and will not accommodate off-road vehicles or mini vans. Take the convertible to be on the safe side.

Location: Saanen | Berner Oberland

Huus Gstaad
Schönriedstrasse 74 · 3792 Saanen

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