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Our hand picked collection of the very best luxury castle hotels & manor house hotels in the Swiss Alps in 2024. Instant online booking & lowest price guaranteed via Booking.com.
Most Famous Guests: Princess Diana, Prince Rainer, Grace Kelly, Michael Jackson. The 5 Star luxury Gstaad Palace Hotel is another Swiss Alps institution smoothly fulfilling the desires of discerning international guests with great style and class. It has stood on a hill over the lovely Alpine resort of Gstaad for over a hundred years and is very much a hotel of the old-school type. The atmosphere is grand and regal and the impeccable service leans on the side of formal. It has 90 luxurious rooms and suites and lots for guests to pass their time with; five different restaurants, two bars, a nightclub (the infamous GreenGo club), a fitness centre, spa facilities, indoor & outdoor swimming pools, a squash court, and four outdoor tennis courts. Note: The Gstaad Palace is a seasonal hotel; only being open for the summer season between June and September, and for the winter between December and March. THE ACCOMMODATION: There are a total of 55 rooms and 35 suites to choose from, from classic doubles to roughly 90 m2 deluxe suites. Though all the accommodation units are relatively large, the emphasis is on cosiness and warmth, and their plump fabrics and pastel shades lend them READ MORE
Category: B&B Castle HotelsAddress: Schloss Schadau,
Canton of Bern
SwitzerlandSchloss Schadau is a wonderfully elegant 200-year-old manor house that offers old-world charm and atmosphere, friendly staff, a lovely restaurant, and a very romantic setting by Lake Thunersee, just south of Bern in Switzerland’s Bernese Oberland region. ACCOMMODATION: It has a choice of accommodation from small double rooms to suites ranging in size from 18 to 44 m². The larger suites and rooms have a balcony and some terrific views over the lake and mountains, with the best value perhaps being the ‘Deluxe Room with Balcony’ which is only marginally smaller than the suites and has equally good views. The entire hotel is unashamedly old-style, and the decor of the rooms, and the common areas, reflects this. They may have modern hotel features; cable TV and WiFi, satin sheets and Weseta linens, etc. but nothing distracts much from the very charming late 19th-early 20th-century ambience. Note: The accommodation is for over 18s only. PRICES: Check out all the details – prices, reviews, and more photos – on the booking page here. FACILITIES & THING TO DO: There is a very fine restaurant at Schadau Castle where you’ll find modern interpretations of classic Franco-Mediterranean cuisine. It is open for breakfast, brunch, READ MORE