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Nadia's Guide to Gstaad

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Nadia's Guide to Gstaad

Our style expert journeyed to Switzerland for a midwinter adventure on the slopes of Gstaad.

Nadia Fairfax-Wayne

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Nadia Fairfax-Wayne and husband Michael recently jetted off on a long-awaited honeymoon, almost a year after they wed in a romantic Sydney soiree.



The not-so-newlyweds opted for a stylish sojourn of city and slopes over a typical fly and flop holiday. First stop: Gstaad, where Nadia takes us along on her travels, revealing her favourite spots to eat, rest, play and pamper.

Stay

Where to stay in Gstaad?

Eat 

Quintessentially Swiss

La Fromagerie at The Gstaad Palace.
"Cheese heaven!"

eat

Apres Ski

Wasserngrat Restaurant.
"Major view moment and home of the Tiger run, infamous for its steep slope."

EAT

Where the who's-who go


The Olden. "The Restaurant and La Cave are dynamite with both their gastronomy and atmosphere."



EAT

Locals only


Rössli Fuestoy. "Food was sublime, and no tourists. We had a hot tip, and now I'm passing it on to you!" 

 


EAT

Cheap and cheerful


Wally's Burgers"Juicy Burgers in the middle of town." 

Eat

Delectable Dinner

Restaurant Sonnenhof.
"The truffle ravioli is mind blowing... One of the best meals we've ever eaten."

Eat

For the avid skier

Hotel romantik hornberg.
"Rustic eats right at the bottom of the main set of slopes." 

Eat

Need a break from truffles, fondue and schnitzel?

MEGU at The Alpina.
"Oh-so fab Japanese."

SHOP

Trois Pommes store.


"By far the coolest shop in town, all our faves including The Elder Statesman - bold knits I can't get enough of." 

Spa

The Six Senses Spa at The Alpina and Palace Spa at The Gstaad Palace are world class.


"I highly recommend the Kobido Face massage at the Palace Spa!"

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