Over the years, the Gstaad Palace has established an excellent reputation for discretion and hospitality, and has always welcomed the most discerning international guests. Situated on a hill above Gstaad, it offers breathtaking views of the majestic Swiss Alps. The 104 tastefully decorated rooms include 29 Junior suites and 4 suites, 2 Tower suites and the most luxurious penthouse suite (with 3 bedrooms) ever built in an alpine resort.
Exquisitely situated on the shores of Lake Geneva, the five-star Grand Hotel du Lac is bathed in sunshine all day long. Here, the charms of Art Nouveau combine with state-of-the-art comforts. The building designed by Ernest Burnat of Vevey in 1868 was completely modernized in 2006. It was then that the Frenchman Pierre-Yves Rochon breathed new life into its historic shell, lending it his own personal style. The result is in every sense a bijou, and one which has had to forfeit none of its tradition.
A pleasing blend of tradition and supreme elegance. Built in 1906, this Belle Epoque hotel was fully renovated in 2009. This 5-star hotel in its idyllic setting on Lake Geneva is one of the "Leading Hotels of the World" and "Swiss Deluxe Hotels". All 235 suites and rooms are luxuriously appointed and come with state-of-the-art technology. 3 restaurants and 2 bars. Very exclusive wellness complex.