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Gstaad - Saanen - Rougemont
Gstaad - Schönried - Saanenmöser - Zweisimmen - St. Stephan
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Maps & Travel Maps & Travel The holiday region of Gstaad, encompassing ten chalet villages, lies in the South-west of Switzerland adjacent to the border with French-speaking Switzerland and can be reached by rail or car.
Hotels & Apartments Hotels & Apartments Gstaad has a long tradition of hospitality, proudly upheld today by over 40 hotels. Guests can also choose from a wealth of holiday apartments, chalets and Bed & Breakfasts to suit every taste.
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Opening hours
Mon-Fri: 08:30 - 12.00 / 13.30 - 18:00
Sat-Sun: 10:00 - 12:00 / 13:30 - 17:00

Shopping Shopping Elegant boutiques and international flagship stores, professional sports shops, high-end jewellers, fine small shops with regional produce: visitors will find what they need in Gstaad, as well as a wide range of stores and boutiques for fun-filled shopping days-out.
Wellness Wellness Gstaad boasts seven specialist spa and wellness hotels, a wealth of other hotels with spa and wellness facilities and Gstaad Sports Centre with its own indoor pool. Gstaad has been awarded the "Wellness Destination" quality seal of approval.
Restaurants Restaurants Gastronomic Gstaad is everything you could wish for: hearty and tasty food, deliciously creative dishes, genuine regional or international cuisine. Guests can choose from over 100 restaurants – from gourmet, fine-dining establishments to homely raclette restaurants.
Tradition & Handcraft Tradition & Handcraft Gstaad has remained genuinely Alpine and down-to-earth. It is proud of its tradition and lives and breathes it every day. Gstaad has 200 farms, 80 of which still use Alpine pastures and around 7000 cows in the region.