Panorama Suite

The only one of its kind in the world, our Panorama Suite sets the bar for a new idea of Alpine luxury. The 400 m² duplex apartment has three bedrooms over two floors, and offers superb views both to the north and the south. The rooms flow naturally into one other, and centre around a huge main living room adorned with a grand fireplace and floor-to-ceiling chimney piece.

In the style of an elegant residence in the Alps, the lounge opens out onto a large, private terrace. On the other side, hidden from view, is a kitchen that allows guests to prepare their own meals in the suite.

The sumptuous master bedroom has its own balcony, fireplace, walk-in dressing room, and bathroom – equipped with a large, free-standing bath, oversized shower heads, and a television screen built into the mirror. The Onyx wall sconces glow dramatically against the marble-clad walls.

A grand staircase leads up to the top floor of the suite, where the skylights frame the mountain peaks perfectly. Here guests will find their own private spa, jacuzzi, fitness and massage area, another fireplace, and a bedroom with classic timber latticework and its own veranda.




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The most beautiful Suite in Switzerland

The Alpina Gstaad - Switzerland

Named by The Telegraph’s luxury-travel magazine Ultratravel as one of the world’s 50 best hotel suites, The Alpina Gstaad’s vast Panorama Suite is the most beautiful suite in Switzerland. More a private chalet embedded in one of...


'The most beautiful Suite in Switzerland': Why The Alpina Gstaad's Panorama Suite is world-class

The Alpina Gstaad - Switzerland

Named by The Telegraph’s luxury-travel magazine Ultratravel as one of the world’s 50 best hotel suites, The Alpina Gstaad’s vast Panorama Suite is the most beautiful suite in Switzerland. More a private chalet embedded in one of the country’s most exclusive hotels than a conventional suite, the two-storey, three-bedroom abode incorporates everything needed to make it a legitimate home from home, but its most impressive feature is indicated by its name. On the uppermost levels of this elevated hotel, the suite is enveloped by rolling meadows, dainty chalets and a grand sweep of the Swiss Alps. 

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By John O'Ceallaigh, Telegraph luxury travel editor
1 September 2017