Interiors at The Alpina Gstaad

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some flowers that are sitting on the stairs
Alpina Flower Art Every Thursday, they have dazzled us with a new colorful & impressive piece. As the very last piece of the season has been setup, we would like to celebrate their talent. All our congratulations to our amazing florist hosts for their dedication & creativity. Sabrina & Céline, you are our little fairies! We are lucky to have you here at The Alpina Gstaad. #TheAlpinaGstaad #AlpinaFlowerArt
an indoor stair case with potted plants on the bottom and flowers in the middle
Make your way through The Alpina Gstaad's tunnel and find yourself at the hotel's entrance. Walk through the revolving doors and our hospitable concierges will greet and assist you during the entire stay. In front of you, the grand bifurcated staircase with an impressive late baroque/rococo period fresco hanging on the ceiling. Welcome to The Alpina Gstaad. #TheAlpinaGstaad #Gstaad #TheAlpinaSecrets #ArtHotels
the children's playroom is clean and ready to be used for their next adventure
Welcome to the Tree House Club ! A space entirely dedicated to playing and adventure. Under the attentive gaze of trained childcare professionals, younger guests can enjoy a range of fun activities designed by the team. Kindly note that only children aged four and above can be left unaccompanied by parents. The opening hours are from 11am to 7pm from Sunday to Thursday. Friday and Saturday from 11am to 9pm. #TheAlpinaGstaad #Gstaad #Kidsclub #treehouseclub #childcare
a living room filled with furniture and a painting on the wall next to a window
The Alpina Gstaad’s Cigar Lounge takes its inspiration from the famous establishments of Havana. A warm color palette recollects glamorous 1930s settings. True connoisseurs can joyfully choose from a selection of over 60 different cigars stored in the walk-in humidor. From the classic deep-buttoned armchairs, guests enjoy unparalleled views across the Alpine peaks and rolling hills of the Bernese Oberland. #TheAlpinaGstaad #Cigarlounge #Cigaraficionado
a chandelier with antlers hanging from it's sides and two lamps on each side
Careful attention to detail has been paid to all aspects of design. Room and restaurant interiors were executed by the finest craftspeople of the Saanenland region, inscribing The Alpina Gstaad as the highest expressions of Swiss design. #TheAlpinaGstaad #Gstaad #InteriorDesign
a living room filled with lots of furniture next to a wall covered in art pieces
Our fabulous entrance and the dazzling yellow of Albert Oehlen showing you the way to the reception. #TheAlpinaGstaad #AlbertOehlen cc @oehlenalbert
an orange and black guitar hanging on the wall next to a white wall with stripes
Details of the Swiss artist John M. Armleder' Art Piece from his serie "Furniture Sculpture", on which he worked in the 80s. These installations, which mix found objects - furniture or musical instruments - and abstract paintings, question the specificity of the work of art. You can have a look at it on the food floor, on your way to the cigar lounge. #TheAlpinaGstaad
the inside of a restaurant with stairs leading up to an upper level bar and seating area
The floor of all delights ✨ Up the majestic staircase, you will reach the three restaurants of The Alpina Gstaad: Sommet - our Michelin starred restaurant, Megu - our contemporary authentic Japanese experience and our Alpina Lounge & Bar. You can also enjoy our wonderful terrace facing the Wispile & Eggli.
a close up of the side of a wooden structure
#DYK that most of the wood used for the construction of The Alpina Gstaad is reclaimed from old farms and chalet beams ? That's why you can sometimes spot traces of the past on the walls. A meaningful souvenir of the Alpine lifesytle that we love to celebrate at The Alpina Gstaad.
the interior of a restaurant with painted ceilings and wooden stairs leading up to an upper level bar
5-Star Luxury Hotel in Gstaad
Raise your head! Above our majestic imperial staircase, look at our ceiling and meet our two guardian angels. This impressive ceiling of over 8x5 meters dates back to the late baroque period around 1780 and is most likely from Southern Europe. It was brought to The Alpina Gstaad in 32 single pieces of wood and was completely restored by Swiss restoration experts. We would spend hours with our heads in the air observing each little detail that is revealed one after the other.
an empty theater with red seats and black drapes
The Alpina Gstaad, Swiss luxury at its finest - Emily Jane Johnston
The Alpina Gstaad, Swiss luxury at its finest