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Huus Gstaad Hotel shows how typical Alpine hut and luxury design go well together. This amazing hotel harmonises unmatched outdoor activities with a family-friendly spa and the worlds best beds. Located among the Bernese Alps, Huus Gstaad occupies a fairytale-like set with rolling hills and jagged mountains.
Huus Gstaad, a member of the Design Hotel group, is an inspiring addition to the local hotel scene. The original building, constructed in the 1980s, Erick Nissen Johansen, architect and the artist behind Stylt Trampoli, has removed walls and enlarged windows to showcase the region’s extraordinary grandeur and natural beauty.
Built-in a classic Alpine chalet style, the Huus Gstaad has undergone a core renovation that upholds the traditional style of local Swiss architecture, whilst modern and contemporary elements were infused. The hotel’s interiors were reimagined by Marwan Naja and Günter Weilguni imbuing Art Deco elements into the traditional and already present design. The hotel’s interiors are filled with rich colours, textured patterns and comfortable corners, inviting its guests to get lost in the timeless mountain environment. The overall design celebrates the feeling and notion of togetherness, with fantastic food and drinks, a library and a communal fireplace.
There are seven unique world breakfasts to choose from, with over 200 choices from staples to organic and healthy foods- Huus Gstaad is the place where local traditions come together with international influences, thus giving the guests a true taste of the Alps with a cosmopolitan twist. The Huus Gstaad has 136 rooms with rich plum and moss-green colour scheme with beds created by the Swedish brand Hästens, which were described to be the best beds in the world: each bed is handmade ethically sourced materials, including horsehair, and is soft but supportive. The rooms come with elegant and sophisticated black bathrooms, a balcony or a garden.
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