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- Karen Brown's Recommendation:
Travelers idealize Switzerland and hope to discover their dream—a storybook land of sweet chalets, window boxes adorned with geraniums, balconies overlooking lush meadows, the gentle melody of cow bells, cozy furnishings, adorable villages, soaring mountains, and great food. All expectations are fulfilled at Le Grand Chalet. The hotel, built in 1989, mimics the chalet style seen in the quaint old farmhouses that dot the landscape. A small road winds up the hill from Gstaad (an exceptionally picturesque small village) to the beautifully positioned Grand Chalet. There is a light and airy look, fresh and pretty, filled with charm. The walls are white, the beams and paneling of blond wood, the Alpine-style furniture upholstered with pretty, country fabric, and frilly white curtains peek from beneath blue draperies. The living room, bar, and dining room flow together into a spacious room highlighted by a superb, old-world fireplace that warms all the rooms. Large windows in the dining room look over a splendid vista of green valley and beyond to the soaring mountains. This same picture-perfect view is captured from the balconies of the deluxe guestrooms. The entire team of this intimate hotel is gracious and ensure every detail is perfect and welcome guests as friends.