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The Alpina Gstaad

A new favourite in a classic skiing destination

As the first five-star hotel to hit the Swiss hideaway in a century, the 2012-opened hotel presents a tempting addition to complement the resort’s assemblage of venerable grandes dames. The 56-room, two-chalet new-build holds court on a hill just outside the village centre, a €248m project sure to woo even the most dyed-in-the-wool Gstaad faithful. While its design is inspired by the local Bernese Oberland, the first European outpost of NYC’s renowned Megu restaurant as well as a 2,000sq m Six Senses destination spa will entice the less traditionally inclined guest – all setting the groundwork for the birth of a new classic.


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