Private jet to Gstaad

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Discover and indulge in the haven of Gstaad, a treasure and gem tucked amidst the serene embrace of the Swiss Alps' Saanenland region.

Charter a private jet off to a world where luxurious tranquillity and rustic charm of pristine snowfall and wooden chalets envelop the quaint village in alpine elegance. Whether gliding down untouched slopes or strolling through elite boutiques, every moment in Gstaad is a lavish journey into a world synonymous with luxury and elegance.

With every glance, be prepared to be swept off your feet by the scenic magnificence that cradles this quaint village as it effortlessly marries rustic charm with modern-day sophistication.

Given its prime location in the splendour of the Swiss Alps, Gstaad is optimally reached via the nearby airports of Bern(BRN) or Geneva (GVA) for international arrivals. Our dedicated concierge team awaits to facilitate a helicopter or ground transfer, ensuring your transition to Gstaad is smooth and efficient.

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Why Visit Gstaad?

Gstaad, often dubbed the 'Monaco of the Alps', is an epitome of Alpine luxury nestled in Switzerland's German-speaking Saanenland region. While its streets are lined with elite boutiques reminiscent of Cartier and Gucci, the village itself exudes an old-world charm, thanks to its authentic chalet-style architecture.

From its vantage point amidst the Swiss Alps, Gstaad offers panoramic views that stretch across vast landscapes, showcasing iconic peaks and the serene beauty of the region. The village's allure is further accentuated by the fairy lights that adorn its buildings, a touch added by the legendary Julie Andrews.

For skiing enthusiasts, Gstaad presents a plethora of options. Beginners can find footing at the gentle slopes near the Ruttli and Zuckerli lifts. The expansive ski area, including the Glacier 3000, offers a mix of blue, red, and challenging black runs, catering to all skill levels. The Tiger run on Wasserngrat stands out for advanced skiers, while snowboarders can revel in the snow parks on La Braye and Glacier 3000.

Gstaad is a haven for skiing enthusiasts, offering many opportunities to hit the slopes. Here's a detailed insight into skiing in Gstaad:

Skiing in Gstaad

  • Terrain: Spanning Glacier 3000, the only glacier in the Bernese Oberland, and peaks like Rinderberg, Lengebrand, Saanerslochgrat, Hornberg, and Horneggli.
  • For beginners: Gentle blue slopes are accessible from the Ruttli and Zuckerli lifts at the Gstaad end. The Gstaad – Eggli lift offers even more beginner-friendly slopes.
  • For intermediates: The region's longest slope runs from Mt. La Videmanette down to Rougemont. Predominantly, the ski area is a mix of blue and red slopes.
  • For advanced skiers: There are challenging black runs dotted around, with the Tiger run on Wasserngrat being notably steep. Glacier 3000, with its snow-covered terrain for the longest duration, features the demanding 7km Olden run.
  • For snowboarders: Snow parks are on La Braye and Glacier 3000. Night skiing is also an option on Wispile and Rinderberg.

Glacier 3000:

  • Offering routes for expert skiers and a spine-tingling steep slope at Wasserngrat with a gradient of 45 degrees, the Glacier 3000 is the only glacier ski area in Bernese Oberland. Experience the majestic ice formations and enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and the Peak Walk by Tissot.

But Gstaad isn't just a winter wonderland. Beyond its snowy appeal, the village shines throughout the year. Golf enthusiasts can tee off at its pristine courses, while nature aficionados have a myriad of hiking and biking trails to traverse. With its strategic location, Gstaad enjoys over 300 days of sunshine annually, making it a radiant Alpine destination regardless of the season.

Leisure travel

Gstaad is a destination that offers diverse attractions year-round.

Some highlights include:

  • Lake Lauenen - Geltenhütte SAC - Lauenensee: Explore hiking trails around Lake Lauenen, taking in the natural beauty and tranquillity of the area.
  • Ride the Alpine Coaster-Glacier 3000: Experience the thrill of riding the Alpine Coaster, gliding through beautiful mountainous terrain.
  • Gstaad Palace: Visit the iconic Gstaad Palace, a hallmark of elegance that provides a glimpse into the luxurious lifestyle of the region. The palace also offers panoramic views of the surrounding Swiss Alps.
  • Shopping in Gstaad Promenade: Stroll through Gstaad's promenade, exploring luxurious boutiques and charming local shops.
  • Traditional Swiss Events: Engage in local festivities and events, such as the Menuhin Festival Gstaad or the Country Night Gstaad, to immerse in the cultural richness of the area.
  • Eisbahn Gstaad Ice Rink: Skate at the ice rink, a fun activity for individuals and families.
  • Hot-Air Balloon Flight: Take to the skies in a hot-air balloon, enjoying unparalleled views of the Swiss Alps.
  • Horse Carriage Rides: Take a leisurely horse carriage ride through the scenic trails of Gstaad, a traditional way to enjoy the breathtaking alpine scenery.
  • Murmmeli Trail: Embark on the Murmmeli Trail for a delightful family-friendly hiking experience. As you explore the trails, watch for the Marmots that call this area home.
  • Biking Trails: Explore Gstaad's extensive network of biking trails, catering to all levels, from casual riders to avid mountain bikers.
  • Saanen Museum: Delve into the local history by visiting the Saanen Museum, which displays the cultural and historical heritage of the Gstaad Valley.
  • Zweisimmen: Take a short drive to the neighbouring town of Zweisimmen, another beautiful locale with additional outdoor activities and scenic vistas.

Each of these activities and sights offers a unique flavour of Gstaad's allure, making the trip a well-rounded and memorable experience.

The best hotels

From luxurious alpine chalets to boutique hotels, Gstaad offers a range of exquisite accommodations. We recommend:

Ultima Gstaad: Ultima Gstaad is a luxurious 5-star hotel set in the pristine Alpine village of Gstaad. Ultima Gstaad offers a blend of luxury, privacy, and Swiss hospitality. Revel in their spa, dine in style, and soak in Alpine views from lavish suites.

The Alpina Gstaad: An Alpine retreat since 2012, The Alpina Gstaad combines comfort, art, and tradition. Enjoy the Six Senses Spa and savour the luxury that defines this hideaway.

Gstaad Palace: The hotel is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, and its charm is further enhanced by the beauty of the Saanenland region. A luxury icon since 1913, Gstaad Palace offers genuine hospitality under the Scherz family's care. Dive into a spa experience amidst Lake Blausee granite and dine with international flair.

Le Grand Bellevue: Le Grand Bellevue, located in Gstaad, Switzerland, is a five-star hotel with elegance and charm. Established in 1912, it stands as Gstaad's oldest palace hotel. Le Grand Bellevue merges English country aesthetics with modern appeal - experience luxury, comfort, and whimsy in this 1912 establishment.

Park Gstaad: Park Gstaad is a 5-star hotel that promises an unforgettable experience in the heart of Gstaad. Where Alpine charm meets 5-star luxury, stay amid interiors of wool, leather, and cashmere, with views of Wispile and Diablerets Glacier. The "My Gstaad Chalet" SPA retreat offers an exclusive experience with its private SPA and treatment room.

ERMITAGE Wellness- & Spa-Hotel: Perched just above Gstaad, the ERMITAGE Wellness & Spa Hotel offers panoramic views of the Saanenland and the surrounding mountains. The hotel is situated on the main street in Schönried, about 10 minutes from the glamorous Gstaad village.

Hotel Olden: A charming, traditional boutique hotel in the centre of Gstaad's traffic-free pedestrian zone. It's a popular meeting point for the jet set and the locals. Hotel Olden is a friendly little hotel that exudes tasteful elegance and is well-run.

Hôtel de Rougemont & Spa: Hôtel de Rougemont & Spa is a haven of peace in the mountains. The hotel is built in the authentic style of a mountain chalet and is located in the heart of the Pays-d'Enhaut, one of the most beautiful villages in Switzerland.

Boutiqe-Hotel Alpenrose: Located in Gstaad-Saanenland, this hotel offers sun-kissed balconies with mountain landscapes. Dine at the award-winning Azalée and unwind in a comprehensive spa after your mountain adventures.

Geniesserhotel Le Grand Chalet: Co-directed by Pedro Ferreira and Steve Willié since 2008, the "Le Grand Chalet" is situated on a small hill above the centre of Gstaad. With a stay at Le Grand Chalet in Saanen, guests are within a short drive of popular attractions such as Rutti Ski Lift and Gstaad Eggli Ski Lift.

Each hotel offers a unique experience, ensuring your stay in Gstaad is exceptional. Take advantage of the opportunity to allow the dedicated GlobeAir concierge team to make a reservation before arriving in Gstaad to ensure you can gain access to these exclusive luxury hotels.

The finest restaurants

Gstaad, a gastronomic hotspot in the Switzerland Alps, offers many dining options that cater to every palate. Here are the top restaurant recommendations to consider during your stay:

LEONARD's Restaurant, Le Grand Bellevue: Nestled in Gstaad's oldest palace hotel, LEONARD's offers a Michelin-starred dining experience. Relish gourmet dishes amidst interiors blending early 20th-century grandeur with contemporary chic. For a traditional touch, try Swiss fondue at Le Petit Chalet.

La Table du Valrose: Located in Rougemont, this 2 Michelin-starred restaurant offers a blend of innovation and tradition. Nestled at an altitude of approximately 1,000 meters, the restaurant is positioned in the triangle formed by the cantons of Fribourg, Bern, and Waad. Chef Benoît Carcenat crafts modern French cuisine using local produce, set against a chic Alpine backdrop.

Sommet by Martin Göschel: Housed in The Alpina Gstaad, Sommet celebrates Swiss produce with Executive Chef Martin Göschel's expertise. Enjoy a Michelin-starred experience in an ambience that marries rustic charm with modern elegance.

16 ART-BAR-RESTAURANT: Situated in Saanen, this unique restaurant is set in a former bell foundry. Experience a blend of art and gastronomy with an ambience that combines rustic allure with contemporary sophistication.

Les Montagnards - Le Sommet: Located in Broc, Les Montagnards offers Michelin-starred dining, emphasising flavour and premium ingredients. Enjoy modern dishes in a chic setting, with breathtaking views of the Alpine landscape.

We recommend allowing our dedicated concierge team to make a reservation before arriving in Gstaad to ensure you can gain access to these exclusive venues.


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