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Set in the fairytale landscape of Pays-d'Enhaut at 1,007 meters above sea level, Hôtel de Rougemont boasts breathtaking views of the Gstaad Dolomites. The 19 bedrooms and 14 suites use clean lines and handpicked natural materials to give each room its own character. The hotel’s Alpine brasserie, Le Roc Restaurant, serves dishes that are innovative as well as traditional and in tune with nature. There's also a cozy lounge with a fireplace, a wine bar with the best Swiss varietals, and a gold-onyx-and-wood-accented bar. The luxurious spa offers treatments using Pure Altitude products made from organic Alpine plants.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
Christine and Alexander Perper studied together, worked together, and are now living their dream together (along with their young daughter Chloe). The hospitality management graduates met while working at the Mandarin Oriental in New York, and afterwards moved to Switzerland to take over the management of Hôtel de Rougemont, employing a “chez nous, chez vous” approach.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Hôtel de Rougemont comprises five interconnected chalets that are arranged in a cluster that resembles a traditional Alpine village. The guest rooms and suites, private residences, lobby, bar, and lounge all feature windows that offer impressive views of the surrounding mountains, while the interiors are characterized by natural materials such as wool, leather, and pelts. Many of the suites feature steel works of art by Paolo Albertelli that reflect the region’s craft tradition of paper cutting.