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SPA-ING AND HOT AIR BALLOONING IN THE BERNESE ALPS

SPA-ING AND HOT AIR BALLOONING IN THE BERNESE ALPS

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 TWO TRAVEL PACKAGES FROM GSTAAD PALACE 

Even if you’re not contemplating a vacation in the Bernese Alps, consider this fantasy getaway at the jet-setting elite’s favorite chalet village, Gstaad Palace.

Gstaad Palace for international travelers.

Spa or balloon at Gstaad Palace, a jet-set favorite resort.

Perched upon a hill with beautiful views of Saanenland, Gstaad Palace rolls out the warmest of welcomes to every guest. One of the last family-owned palace hotels, the century-old hotel delights with tastefully decorated accommodations sized to suit all guests.

Here are two current options:

 Mountain Wellness Experience 

  • Stay 4 nights midweek in a Single Room or Double Room Superior
  • Swiss breakfast buffet and dinner at “Le Grand Restaurant”
  • Pamper yourself with one Energizing treatment from Jardins des Monts (75 minutes) at the Palace Spa and enjoy a healthy 3-course Spa lunch
  • Use of the Palace Spa, with indoor swimming pool, saunas, steam baths, and outdoor pool with Jacuzzi
  • Package rate per person including half board: double occupancy from $2,261 (CHF 2,090)
  • Package subject to availability, valid January 13-February 6, 2013 and March 3-17, 2013

7th Heaven

 

  • Stay 3 nights midweek in a Single Room or Double Deluxe Room with a wonderful view over the Swiss Alps
  • Swiss breakfast buffet and dinner at “Le Grand Restaurant”
  • Experience a unique tour in a hot-air balloon over the beautiful region of Gstaad and enjoy the breathtaking views of the countryside
  • Use of the Palace Spa, with indoor swimming pool, saunas, steam baths, and outdoor pool with Jacuzzi.
  • Package rate per person including half board: Double room from $2,120 (CHF 1,960)
  • Package subject to availability, valid from January 13-February 6, 2013 and March 3-17, 2013

There are five dining destinations from casual-to-elegant at Gstaad Palace, including Le Grill, Rotisserie which stands out for exclusivity (only 35 seats), excellence (16 points from GaultMillau), and extraordinary cuisine (prepared to personal preference by Chefs Peter Wyss and Yoann Carlier). GreenGo Nightclub is always the hottest spot in town when the sun goes down. And the Palace Spa seduces with a true Swiss spa experience focused on wellness, interior design inspired by the Alps, and lovely relaxation areas looking on stunning mountain views. Access to the Palace Spa assures use of saunas, steam baths, Olympic-sized outdoor heated pool (in summer only), outdoor heated pool with Jacuzzi, and a Hammam with seven rituals to soothe and restore mind and body alike.

About Gstaad Palace

Gstaad Palace is a favorite address for international travelers. Located in the charming chalet village of Saanenland in the Bernese Alps, the glamorous and historic resort has been a significant presence since opening in 1913.

One of the last family-owned Palaces is comprised of 104 guest rooms with 26 suites including two Tower Suites and a Penthouse Suite.  The hotel also offers access to its rustic and charming Walig Hut, one of the few extant dating from the late 1700s, with a beautiful mountainside location and breathtaking views of the village below.

Five restaurants provide Swiss and Italian specialties and international gourmet cuisine, with white glove service, charmed casual settings, and the energetic retro-vibe of the illustrious nightclub GreenGlo.

The Palace Spa features eight treatment rooms, a unique Hammam experience, indoor and outdoor pool, fitness center and more. A ballroom and meeting rooms are ideal for groups and social events. The resort also offersfour clay tennis courts and can arrange for guests to experience the myriad seasonal activities nearby. For more information on Gstaad Palace,

 

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