Le Grand Bellevue – Gstaad

OUR MISSION

Our mission was to bring together all the traditional hotel supports into one digital high-end solution. The BOOKVIDEO bespoke products were introduced in the hotel rooms with our In-room BOOKVIDEO, where guests can explore the hotel facilities, restaurant menu and spa brochure.

THE PALACE

Built back in 1912, Le Grand Bellevue was originally a Cure House and Spa and has been part of the fabric of Gstaad for generations, renowned as one of the region’s most prestigious hotels. Dedicated to preserving and enhancing Le Grand Bellevue’s reputation as the epitome of Alpine excellence, owner Daniel Koetser has brought new energy and vitality to this grand palace hotel, fashioning a place where Swiss sophistication and elegance meet the effortless warmth, luxury and creative spirit of a country house hotel.

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. 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 cuisine by Michelin-starred Executive Chef Marcus G. Lindner whilst the more inti- mate Le Petit Chalet serves up a menu of hearty Swiss dishes. The Sushi Bar serves up the freshest sushi in the Alps, and the o -site Chesery restaurant offers a range of ne dining options from Michelin-starred chef Robert Speth. Other features include an art-deco bar and cocktail lounge, cigar lounge, private cinema and the Gstaad Yacht Club. Le Grand Bellevue is home to the 3,000 square metre Le Grand Spa featuring a Thermal Oasis, indoor swimming pool and outdoor relaxation pool, well-stocked fitness suite, comprehensive roster of complimentary fitness classes and expert in-house personal trainers and physiotherapists.

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Stephanie Reinert