This review is of 2 restaurants in this hotel (although we did stay there) - there was no entry for them on Tripadvisor restaurant section so have to be file under 'hotel' review which would have preferred to have avoided as I concentrate purely on restaurant reviews.
Having established that , firstly The Grand restaurant : Decor a bit dated however a reasonably solid restaurant with nothing special to write home about.
Second Le Grill : Quite a bit more expensive than The Grand but the service is superior with a more formal feeling.However the demarcation line between both restaurants space wise is very fine , one practically on top of the other , so you might ask why bother with Le Grill when both probably share ther same kitchen ?
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- Over the years the Gstaad Palace has earned an unrivalled reputation for discreet, refined hospitality, and has always welcomed the most discerning international clientele. Set on a hill overlooking Gstaad, the resort is privileged to offer a breathtaking view of the majestic Swiss Alps. The 104 tastefully decorated rooms include 19 junior suites, 4 suites, 2 Tower Suites and the most luxurious and sophisticated three-bedroom Penthouse Suite ever built in an Alpine resort. ... more less
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