Become part of the Gstaad Palace's story
The Gstaad Palace has enchanted guests from near and far for over a century. Not with spells or magic, but with authentic hospitality, genuine family spirit and a long tradition. Our hotel is one of the Leading Hotels of the World. Part of the Palace's charm is the beauty of the Saanenland region that constantly amazes our guests. The Gstaad Palace has been owned by the Scherz family for three generations. We invite you to join us and become part of our history in the making!
"Gstaad, the last paradise in a crazy world." Julie Andrews
A true summer fairy tale
You decide how you want your summer story in Gstaad to begin
Summer reading tips
Rapunzel can really let her hair down here and enjoy all that the Saanenland region has to offer.
From the perfect room to culinary delights, a day in the spa or sporting activities: We make your dreams come true.
The beauty of summer in Gstaad is exhilarating
Gstaad Palace Challenge – the most exclusive vintage car rally in Switzerland
30 August to 1 September 2024
The weekend rally for fans of sophisticated car racing takes place for the ninth time in 2024.
Participation at the rally upon invitation only.
From Gstaad to Bangkok and back
Franz W. Faeh has cooked for Thailand's royal family. Now our Culinary Director is fulfilling his childhood dream.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, which is the fairest view of all?
Wildhorn, Wispile or Wasserngrat - which of these mountain peaks would you like to see from your room? It's your choice.
Ernst Andrea Scherz with film star Roger Moore
Closer than you think – yet in a world of its own
The Gstaad Palace is just 2 to 2 1/2 hours by car from the international airports in Geneva and Zurich. If that's not fast enough, a private airplane from Jetfly or Fly7 will get you to Gstaad Airport in no time at all. The local airport is just 5 km from the hotel. You can also travel in style to the Gstaad Palace by train from all over Switzerland - thanks to the world's densest railway network. We would be happy to pick you up from the station in Gstaad.