The Alpine village of Gstaad is no ordinary village. For Gstaad – a short flight away from Geneve Airport using our Geneva Helicopter transfer service – possesses more designer boutiques than most fashionable cities and is fast becoming the place to shop in the Alps.
A hugely popular ski resort amongst the jet set, Gstaad competes with the likes of Rome, Paris and London vis-à-vis the designer stores which can be found lined along its cobbles streets: Hermes, Chopard, Prada, Moncler, Ralph Lauren and Cartier, to name but a few.
And now there is more good news for clients of our Geneva Helicopter transfer service who are planning on a visit to Gstaad – luxury brand Louis Vuitton has just opened a new boutique on the village’s famous Promenade.
But in keeping with this exceptional village, also easily accessible to clients of our Chamonix helicopter company, this boutique is no ordinary boutique. The luxury shop is located in a traditional wooden chalet which was built in 1913 and is located at the heart of the exclusive resort in the Bern Alps.
Inspired by the Swiss chalet-style so popular amongst our Chamonix helicopter company, clients, the boutique is the ultimate in luxury shopping. It even boasts a cosy Louis Vuitton lounge – complete with a real fire – in which partners can relax and unwind while their other halves peruse the designer items.
The opening of the new chalet-style Louis Vuitton boutique comes just months after the Alpina Gstaad opened in a blaze of publicity in the exclusive village. The Alpina is a luxury hotel which was designed using materials and craftsmanship typical to the region, including centuries-old fir wood.
The luxury hotel, the first five star establishment to be opened in Gstaad in more than 100 years, has 56 rooms and suites, a Cuban cigar room and a Swiss ‘Stubli’ restaurant as well as a Six Senses Spa and two swimming pools.
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