A view to wellness in the Swiss Alps: the new Le Grand Spa

The oldest palace hotel in Gstaad now has a 3,000 square metre spa - one of the largest spas in Switzerland.


Gstaad's oldest palace hotel, the century-old Le Grand Bellevue, has reopened its spa following an extensive refurbishment. Described as a ‘labyrinth of wellness’, the vast Le Grand Spa now has 17 different hot and cold therapy rooms spread across almost 3,000 square metres, making it one of the largest spas in the country. Facilities include an ice fountain, Turkish steam bath, herbal sauna, detoxifying infrared sauna, hay sauna, Himalayan salt grotto and laconium. A new Alpine Spa Suite, designed for two, features its own Jacuzzi, rasul chamber, scrub table and relaxation area. Outside, guests can try the new Kneipp walk (to boost circulation), yoga area or relaxation pool. Treatments range from mineral-rich mud masks to goat milk and honey baths with fresh mountain botanicals. Products are provided by British organic brand Bamford. Le Grand Spa’s local experts also offer guided hikes through the winding mountain trails of the surrounding Swiss Alps. bellevue-gstaad.ch/spa


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