Animals accepted, Aperitif, Banquet, Bar, Breakfast, Food after 10 p.m., Lunch, Take-Away, Terrace, Wifi, Wine cellar, internet, wine selection
Terms of payment
Accepts Credit-Card, American Express, Cash, Diners Club, EUR, Maestro, Mastercard, Visa
Close to public transport, Close to sports facilities, Close to train station, In city center, In the mountains, Mountain view, Parking site
Description and special features
Only things which renew themselves can stay as they are. Everything is new and yet completely true to the legend: welcome to the Olden surrounded by Gstaad's world-famous mountain landscape!The magical mixture of experiencing new and familiar things and enjoying yourself characterises our hotel's history. In order to ensure it stays that way, we have restored everything to its former glory following a comprehensive and time-consuming refurbishment. With perhaps just the odd adaptation to modern requirements. The work was completed with great attention to detail and a sense of an exclusive, contemporary culture of indulgence.Ermes Elsener, General Manager Hotel Olden Gstaad Symbiosis of tradition and modernity, Hotel Olden Gstaad The elegant, chalet-style rooms combine classic elegance and stylish modernity with aesthetic homeliness based on subtle understatement. All rooms are based on the traditional chalet design which is so distinctive of Gstaad's mountain landscape. Natural materials and modern technology create an atmospheric mood for an unforgettable, romantic experienc The restaurant "where the world dinest" is a meeting place for bons vivants and gourmets from – as the name already says – all over the world. Here true master chefs conjure up international dishes. Diners get great pleasure from the fine wine and real gems on offer. No expense is spared in serving you the most delicious and finest highlights of international cuisine. Welcome, prepare to be whisked away to a world of immortal pleasures at the Hotel Olden Gstaad! One family makes hotel history in Gstaad. Hotel Olden was known as the "Pinte" inn in 1690, which was destroyed by the big fire in Gstaad in 1895. A total of eight buildings fell victim to the fire, only four of which were rebuilt using stones. Following its reconstruction, the establishment was run as an inn again before being purchased by the Müllener family in 1924. During the war years, the Olden was a central meeting point for locals and guests from all over the world. There was a farm behind the building which housed pigs, hens, cows and rabbits, and Ms Marie was an excellent chef who used the farm produce to make the most delicious vegetarian dishes for guests – although she discretely hid the meat under the vegetables on the meatless days during the war. The Olden became a household name for its international clientele thanks to the in-house orchestra run by the Müllener family, whose daughters Hedi and Nelli were exceptionally talented yodellers. In 1952, Fausto Donizetti bought the Olden and turned the business into an elegant dining establishment, which became a household name the world over. In 1960, together with Hedi, who was now his wife, he created the now legendary "La Cave". Hotel Olden's restaurants have been a meeting place for international and local guests ever since. Heads of state and celebrities are regular guests here. The proud current owner spared no expense to fully refurbish the rooms and catering businesses. Hotel Olden is characterised by a legendary tradition, great hospitality and first-class service. It is run by a professional team of staff who always demonstrate great passion and commitment.