Six Senses Spa Gstaad

First Six Senses Spa in Switzerland


Located in the prominent region of Gstaad-Saanenland, in the Berner Oberland of southwestern Switzerland, the lofty, five-acre The Alpina Gstaad resides in the presence of the magnificent Alps. Immersed in sleek, alpine-style luxury, the 56-room resort emphasizes natural stone, wood carvings, and leather materials, all handcrafted by local artisans, into its chateau-inspired interiors. Inside the Six Senses Spa, guests unwind under timber ceilings while indulging in signature treatments, wellness therapies, and numerous mind-body amenities, including a salt cave, hot/cold plunge pools, gym, and juice bar. Further relaxation can be enjoyed watching films in the on-site cinema, sipping wines in the tasting room, swimming laps in the garden-enclosed pool, or curling up beside cozy fireplaces.

Hours of Operation

Monday: 8:30 AM - 9:00 PM

Tuesday: 8:30 AM - 9:00 PM

Wednesday: 8:30 AM - 9:00 PM

Thursday: 8:30 AM - 9:00 PM

Friday: 8:30 AM - 9:00 PM

Saturday: 8:30 AM - 9:00 PM

Sunday: 8:30 AM - 9:00 PM


Spafinder Wellness Travels Awards 2015 Nominee


With a 2,000-square-foot space hosting 12 treatment rooms, Six Senses Spa at The Alpina Gstaad is designed to be a holistic wellness sanctuary. Befitting of its Saanenland locale, the spa keeps in tune with the resort’s interior design by fusing an alpine feel with an Eastern twist. Natural materials, curved walls, handsome timber, and flowing water features balance the warm, rustic-chic ambience.

An extensive spa menu merges traditional facial and body treatments with wellness therapies—including colonics, nutrition consults, and weight loss services—as well as healing energy rituals such as reiki and chakra balancing. Couples can indulge in traditional Turkish treatments together in the hammam room.

Minimum spa age: 16

Kindly note that children of our hotel guests are welcome at our spa from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m.



Six Senses Spa Gstaad Rooms & Dining

Facilities & Amenities

Health-conscious guests can work out in the Technogym-equipped exercise center, or sign up for personal training, Pilates, and yoga class; The Alpina Gstaad balances its fitness endeavors with relaxation amenities like indoor and outdoor swimming pools. Those tempted by Gstaad’s brilliant outdoors—where the pristine Swiss Alps beckon and quaint chalet villages entice—have a bevy of indulgent offerings to try, from hiking and horseback riding to fishing and winter sports. More than 185 miles of manicured trails and pathways of varying difficulties accommodate hikers and mountain bikers, while 136 miles of skiing terrain, with runs fluctuating 1,000 to 3,000 meters above sea level satisfy skiers and snowboarders. Golfers will want to hit the links on the 18-hole Gstaad-Saanenland Golf Course.

Après-outdoor activities back at the luxury resort comprise drinks and light bites at Alpina Lounge & Bar, where all elements—from the floor-to-ceiling window to the crackling fireplace—promote leisure on a grand scale.

Meeting and wedding accommodations are available.


  • Facilities

  • Bar/Cafe/Restaurant

  • Cardiovascular Equipment

  • Changing/Locker Rooms

  • Cold Plunge Pool

  • Creche/Child Care

  • Fitness Testing

  • Hair and Beauty

  • Hammam

  • Jacuzzi

  • Nutritional/Dietical Expert

  • Physiotherapy/Sports Massage

  • Pool-Indoor

  • Pool-Outdoor

  • Resistance Equipment

  • Retail Shop

  • Sauna

  • Showers

  • Spa

  • Steam Room

  • Toiletries Available

  • Weight Loss/Slimming Programs

Six Senses Spa Gstaad Facilities & Amenities

Rooms & Dining

Fifty-six guest rooms, 31 of them suites, feature modern, mountain-style interiors that showcase magnificent natural design elements, from period woodwork and painted furniture to natural stone fireplaces to sweeping mountain, countryside, and village views. Thoughtfully appointed amenities encompass private terraces and floor-to-ceiling windows.

Imbued in inviting Swiss hospitality and elegant charm, the resort’s three restaurants encourage cozy dining experiences, complemented by authentic yet creative cuisine spearheaded by Michelin Star-awarded chef Martin Göschel. Sommet serves gourmet dishes, which guests can pair with a bottle from the restaurant’s 400-plus rare vintage wine collection. MEGU offers refined Japanese fare in an exquisitely innovative setting; interiors, drawing inspiration from Japanese houses, temples, and antique kimonos, incorporate sophisticated pine wood and vermillion red accents. Swiss Stübli presents a varied take on Swiss specialties in a classically alpine atmosphere, complete with antique timber panels and wall carvings.


  • Food Options

  • Organic

  • Other Needs Accommodated

  • Vegan

  • Vegetarian