Grand Hotel Park

Address: Wispilenstrasse 29, Gstaad, Bernese Oberland, Swiss Alps, 3780, Switzerland | 5 star spa
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This 5 star spa, located on Wispilenstrasse 29, Gstaad, is near Roy Emerson Tennis Camp.
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    Travel Blogs from Gstaad

    Chexbres to Saanen

    A travel blog entry by tmarq4 on Jul 09, 2014

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... sense that since people live there, they need access to their homes. However, the roads/paths wind around all over, not as a system of rural routes with long driveways connecting the house to the road. And they are extremely narrow -- just wide enough for a small car to pass. Late in the day, we were surprised to meet several dairy cattle in the road, being escorted by the farmers to the barn to be milked. They wore bells on their necks -- we're told that the bells ...


    A travel blog entry by mother.ship on Mar 31, 2014

    20 photos

    ... best things about travel is the amazing people we meet. ..Even the super chatty, senior citizen, British retired ski fanatic who insisted on the rail pass we should buy today... it's those encounters that we'll not soon forget.

    I will add that we found a new friend traveler today in a woman named Liz, from Fresno, whose husband stayed at the hotel as she ventured out. She joined us as we walked down from ...

    Heaven on earth

    A travel blog entry by blackneys on Jul 29, 2013

    3 comments, 17 photos

    While we had been to the Swiss Alps before many years back, we had forgotten how utterly beautiful it is. The pictures attached provide a hint at this, but it is 10 times more beautiful when you are walking through the hills, taking in the views and having a simple picnic on the slopes.

    The scenery here is simply stunning. The weather was perfect, with deep blue skies, rich green meadows filled with wildflowers, and the stark white of ...


    A travel blog entry by johnandamanda on Jul 06, 2012

    25 photos

    ... are the most popular tour for 18-35 year olds. There were between 2 and 4 buses there each night. The crowds seemed to be mostly Australian, but there were some Americans too. The Contiki'ers we talked to generally assumed we were on one of the buses, and seemed amazed when they found out we had planned our own trip and were doing our own thing. We were concerned, because when we first got to Lauterbrunnen, it was raining and the visibility was very low. We found out that one of ...

    A Bird's Eye View, and More!

    A travel blog entry by starrynight on Sep 25, 2011

    6 photos

    ... that what was listed on the permanent timetable. Luckily I was able to find it as I went searching around the station for an information booth, which was difficult in itself since I don’t know how to say “Information” in German. As I was riding on the third and final train, it was then that I fully realized that I was in (stereotypical) German-influenced culture when the man across the aisle from me pulled out a sausage and proceeded to eat it like it was ...