Gstaad Posthotel Rössli

Gstaad Posthotel Rössli – The Oldest hotel in Gstaad

Gstaad is one of the classiest ski resorts in the world, and frequented by the global elite who have been spending time in the resort since it was a small mountain village. In the centre of Gstaad on the promenade and built in 1823 is the charming Posthotel Rössli. The Posthotel Rössli first opened as a guesthouse in 1845 and it also served as the local post office. With the imposing Gstaad Palace...

Skiing in Gstaad

Gstaad – Come Up Slow Down

Gstaad is easily accessible from Geneva Airport with a 2 hour drive or even better, by Swiss train. From Chalet Spa Verbier or Geneva, you can travel to Montreux and take the famous panoramic Golden pass train which transports you over mountains through tunnels and along valleys of snowy landscapes into the centre of Gstaad where you can easily transit to your accommodation. Gstaad town is at an...


Gstaad – one of the largest ski areas in Europe!

Gstaad is an upscale resort in the Bernese Oberland region of the Swiss Alps. Whilst Gstaad is known for its luxury hotels and shopping, international schools and celebrity residents, it is also one of the largest ski areas in Europe! The entire Gstaad ‘Super Ski Region’ has 6 sectors, over 70 lifts and 150 miles (250km) of trails. Gstaad sits between four valleys and about 60% of the runs are...

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