Le Grand Bellevue
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Le Grand Bellevue re-launched in January 2014 after a year-long renovation by dynamic young owners, Daniel and Davia Koetser. In the heart of Gstaad village, the hotel was originally built in 1912 as a Cure House and Spa and continues to hold the title of the oldest palace hotel in Gstaad. Family-owned, managed and designed, the hotel comprises 57 bedrooms. Bold colours, eye-catching prints and elegant furniture make up the interiors. The hotel's signature restaurant, LEONARD'S, offers exceptional fine dining cuisine whilst the more intimate 18-seat Le Petit Chalet serves up a menu of hearty Swiss dishes and its art deco bar and cocktail lounge bouquet have become Gstaad's most sought after night spots. Other features include a Cigar Lounge, Private Cinema, Club House and a 3000sqm Alpine spa.
Restaurants & Bars
LEONARD’s - offers international cuisine featuring fresh, lighter plates with warming seasonal dishes and sweet treats
The Lounge - offers afternoon tea and treats
The Bar - offers cocktails along with pastries, burgers and club sandwiches
Le Petit Chalet - mountain log cabin offering traditional Swiss cuisine, such as truffle fondue, goat cheese fondue, and raclette
The Sushi Bar - authentic Japanese sushi bar