In a glorious Swiss Alp setting amid supreme natural wonders, the 136-room Huus Gstaad rises—reborn and reimagined—as a classic Alpine chalet where one can embrace the pinnacle of adventure, taste, and comfort. Set some 1,111 meters above sea level near Gstaad in the Bernese Oberland, the former Steigenberger Hotel has been reshaped by architect and designer Erik Nissen Johansen, a Norwegian visionary and artist with a passion for creative concepts, engaging experiences, and visual storytelling. Inside the hotel, one now finds warm, welcoming rooms that feature the finest quality traditional materials accented by modern touches, bringing to mind a friend´s home in the mountains. Here, too, one discovers fine restaurants, fun eateries, a stunning wellness and spa area, conference facilities, a lounge “living room” with unparalleled views and an accompanying fireplace and library of 500 books. Outside, guests enjoy 250 kilometers of slopes and trails for skiers of all levels, and a full immersion into nature through river rafting, family canyoning, rappelling, rope park adventures, bike tours, and much more.
BRN - Bern Airport
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar & Lounge, Terrace
Event Location Stollen - For up to 100 People
Spa & Recreation
Spa, Sauna, Pool, Jacuzzi, Gym
Kids Restaurant, Kids Spa
Conference & Meetings
6 Meeting Rooms
Bike Rental, Newspapers, Hiking & Ski Guides
250km of Ski Slopes
Rooms & Suite
The guestrooms at Huus Gstaad capture the essence of a friend’s mountain retreat. Double Rooms are either 28 square meters and face north or 20 square meters and face south (some south-facing Double rooms have slightly restricted views). Single rooms are south-facing and 18 square meters. All rooms include bath and shower, flat-screen televisions, and a “Suitepad” with over 100 complimentary daily newspapers and magazines in German, English, and French.
I never thought I would be a hotelier.” So says Naja Marwan, who was born and raised in Beirut, became a longtime investment specialist, and then ultimately met his Huus Gstaad business partner Günter Weilguni. “I became a hotelier because of my love for the beautiful Gstaad/Saanen area and my trust in and friendship with Günter.” For his part, Weilguni knew since his boyhood in the Tyrol that he was destined to become a hotelier. Making his way in the hospitality business—including 19 years at Steigenberger Hotel Gstaad—Weilguni was perfectly positioned to transform that structure into Huus Gstaad. He and Marwan have combined to bring heart, soul, and resources to this stunning new hotel. The result for its guests, as Weilguni aptly puts it is “pure experience!
Huus Gstaad is situated 1,111 meters above sea level, overlooking the villages of Saanen and Gstaad in a picturesque setting with a fantastic panoramic view of mountains that host over 60 cable cars that make some seven million trips a year.