- Bern - Capital: Bern - Population: 1001281 - Surface (km²): 5959 - Official languages: German, French - No other city than Bern, capital of Switzerland, can claim to have preserved its historical character so well. The old town of Bern is part of UNESCO World Heritage and has 6 kilometers of arcades in the arbor, one of the longest covered shopping in Europe.
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For three generations, the landmark of Gstaad has been family-operated and combines classic grand-hotel glamour with alpine cosiness.
The legendary Gstaad Palace is one of the most famous resort hotels in Switzerland - popular in summer as well as in winter and open from mid-June to mid-September as well as from mid-December to mid-March. Its romantic architecture, the elegant as well as comfortable interior decoration and its modern facilities offer a charming and relaxed atmosphere. It is renowned for its personalized service and quality. The Gstaad Palace was opened in 1913 and is managed now by the third generation of the Scherz Family. With stunning views over the surrounded mountains it is only a walk away from the center of Gstaad.
The Gstaad Palace accommodates guests from the entire world and is the centre of the social life of Gstaad; it combines perfectly the charming atmosphere of the mountains with an elegant style. The 95 stylish equipped rooms, Junior Suites and Suites offer pure luxury and comfort. The hotel disposes of 5 banquet rooms with a capacity of 10-300 people that are suitable for different kinds of occasion like weddings, concerts, expositions and meetings.
The Palace Spa features on 1800 m2 eight treatment rooms, a private spa suite, saunas and steam baths, relaxation areas with incredible views, indoor pool and outdoor pool with jacuzzi, a state- of-the-art gym, a Salle d'activités and a unique hammam experience with seven rooms as well as an Olympic outdoor swimming pool in summer.