Where dancing queens and disco kings party all night long
The best place to party in Gstaad
Under the pulsing lights at the GreenGo club, dancing queens and disco kings are in seventh heaven. The stylish interior design is straight from the 1970s. Resident DJ Jim Leblanc and international acts spin the turntables with the latest hits. The beat is on!
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He plays the music that gets the crowds moving: Resident DJ Jim Leblanc spins the turntables while our Palace kitchen crew provides soul food – from Croque Monsieur to Penne alla Vodka.
– my name is GreenGo
The GreenGo is the ideal venue for a CD release party, a product launch or a get-together with friends. The GreenGo changes its colour like a chameleon, depending on the occasion. We take care of everything so that you can concentrate on what counts: partying all night long. We provide the DJ as well as the bar and service staff. All you have to do is invite your friends and guests to our "Boogie Wonderland", where "All the records are playing and my heart keeps saying, ..." (song by Earth, Wind & Fire and The Emotions)
Saturday Night Fever – with drinks and snacks
The GreenGo is better than any fairy tale. We have everything you need downstairs in the Palace's green-and-brown basement: classic snacks such as salmon on toast, Croque Monsieur, Penne alla Vodka or Bolognese. There is a wide range of champagnes and vodkas on the menu. Or how about a cocktail?
The world on the turntables
The line-up at the GreenGo is a treat for the ears: When he's not serving up exquisite club sounds in Gstaad, our resident DJ Jim Leblanc can be found in London, Monaco or Saint-Tropez. Jim has excellent contacts in the DJ scene and gets international top acts to perform at the GreenGo.
The GreenGo Club opened its doors for the first time on 21 Januar 1971, a further milestone for the hotel that always keeps up with the times. The club was an instant success and has since become a top address for unforgettable parties. The club nights are legendary - not least thanks to the brilliant idea by the hotel's director at the time, Ernst Andrea Scherz, of building a glass floor over the adjacent indoor pool. The result, in the words of Deep Purple, is "Smoke on the Water".