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Careful attention to detail has been paid to all aspects of design at The Alpina Gstaad.

Room and restaurant interiors were executed by the finest craftspeople of the Saanenland region, under the direction of Hirsch Bedner Associates. Megu Restaurant received prestigious awards for its sensitive design by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance. Renowned landscape designer Jean Mus made use of indigenous alpine plants such as juniper, boxwood and heather, typical of the Bernese Oberland's peaks and pastures.

Gardens

You will find the play of light and colours, views and fragrances, and the music created by the breeze in the branches central to the garden experience at The Alpina Gstaad. Landscape designer Jean Mus made sensitive use of indigenous alpine plants such as juniper, boxwood and heather that flourish in the mountain climate. The result is a harmonious natural complement to the surrounding hillsides.

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#Dreamhouse

This venue is an imaginative rendezvous space, newly opened for Winter 2018-2019 in the garden of The Alpina Gstaad. The house is ideal for intimate conversations, polite socializing and intense brainstorming sessions at close quarters. A heritage design recreated from original plans, the natural wood artisanal interior is comfortably furnished with cushions and pillows in designer fabric. Curtained entry, electric power enabled, food and beverage service available.

Size approx 4 m² (50 sq ft)
Capacity 8 persons