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Directions

By aeroplane

Bern-Belp Airport is Gstaad’s nearest international airport and is located 1 hour 20 minutes away by car and 2 hours 30 minutes away by train. www.flughafenbern.ch

Geneva International Airport (Genève Aéroport) is well connected to Gstaad, located around 2 hours away by car and 2 hours 40 minutes by train. www.gva.ch

Zurich International Airport is 3 hours from Gstaad by car and 3 hours 30 minutes away by train. www.zurich-airport.com

By private jet

Gstaad’s nearest airport is located 6.5 km from The Alpina Gstaad in Saanen and accommodates private jets. Our concierge can arrange for transfers from the airport at any time and by different modes of transport – from limousines to helicopters.

By car

Gstaad can easily be reached by car from a number of European destinations. Ample parking can be found in the hotel’s spacious underground car park, and we also offer full valet service. Please note that the village centre is a pedestrian zone and all vehicles are prohibited.

From Bern: A6 motorway Bern – Spiez; take the Wimmis exit and follow the main road (Simmental valley) to Boltigen – Zweisimmen – Saanen – Gstaad.

From central Switzerland: Lucerne – Brünig Pass – Brienzwiler; A8 motorway to Interlaken then the main road to Spiez. A6 motorway to Wimmis, then follow the main road (Simmental valley) to Boltigen – Zweisimmen – Saanen – Gstaad.

From the canton of Valais: A9 motorway Sierre – Lausanne; take the Aigle exit then the main road to Col du Pillon – Gsteig – Gstaad.

From Lausanne: A9/A12 motorway Lausanne – Vevey – Bern; take the Bulle exit then follow the main road to Château d’Oex – Saanen – Gstaad.

By train

Travelling by train to Gstaad is a unique Alpine experience in itself, as the village lies on the scenic GoldenPass Montreux-Oberland Bernois (MOB) railway line. Many of the old trains running through Gstaad have large windows that afford spectacular views of this iconic route through Alpine valleys and mountains.

The train line connects Gstaad with the cities of Interlaken and Montreux, both of which have good connections to Bern, Zurich, Geneva and the rest of Switzerland. The journey from Interlaken takes 1 hour 40 minutes; from Montreux the journey is 1 hour 35 minutes.

Travelling by train from London takes at least nine hours, and involves taking the Eurostar to Paris and the TGV to Geneva, where you catch an interregional train to Montreux. From there, you take the GoldenPass MOB to Gstaad.

For timetables, tickets and information about rail travel in Switzerland, visit www.sbb.ch.