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Catered Chalets Gstaad - Switzerland
The Grande Dame of the Alps
The Gstaad-Saanenland wellness holiday region in the Bernese Oberland is much favoured by the cream of European society who appreciate the understated elegance of this resort for their luxury winter holidays. The skiing is good, but the resort is about more than skiing: the Saanen airiport is nearby and Gstaad has developed the shortest and most exquisite shopping street in Switzerland. The town has superb hotels, spas, gourmet restaurants and exclusive luxury catered chalets. The main shopping street of Gstaad is car-free and the whole resort is care-free! Leo Trippi offers luxury ski chalets for rent as well as luxury apartments, and self-catered luxury chalets and luxury apartments. The area offers an unpretentious and relaxed atmosphere with some of the more refined hang-outs and a discreet culture of indulging in life's pleasures.
The skiing offers some good long runs and beginners as well as cross-country skiers will also feel quite at home. The ski domain is divided into four main areas that are not really linked together, so most people choose one mountain and stick to it for the day. Les Diablerets, with its glacier skiing, is nearby. The Saanenland ski and hiking arena with 57 transport facilities, called the Gstaad Mountain Rides, is accessible from several villages by link transport facilities. Other areas covered by the same lift pass include Rougemont, Saanen and Gsteig. The idyllic Lake Lauenen and the historic and peaceful mountain villages nearby contribute to diverse luxury winter holidays. With some of the most exclusive luxury ski chalets for rent anywhere in the Alps, Gstaad guarantees a unsurpassed experience due to its authentic nature, unlimited choice of leisure and wellness activities, healthy mountain atmosphere and international top events.
NON SPORTING ACTIVITIES: elegant and charming social scene; wealthy and well-known clientele, yet unpretentious and relaxed atmosphere; haute cuisine at more than 100 restaurants; exclusive shopping; breathtaking scenery; superb wellness facilities (various hotels with publicly accessible wellness infrastructure); international top events (from hot air ballooning to culinary events to music festivals).
SPORTING ACTIVITIES: Winter: skiing and snowboarding on 220km of pistes, 1000-3000m above sea level; snowparks; toboggan runs;165km of trails for classic- and skating-style cross-country skiing; 200km of winter walking trails; sports centre with indoor swimming pool; Bavarian curling in the centre of Gstaad; glacier- and heli-skiing; scooter fun; horse-drawn sleigh rides.