The Aga Khan was there, as were François Mitterand, Tina Turner and Igor Stravinsky, Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni, Björn Borg and Alain Prost. The famous Hotel Splendide Royal wears its name like a badge of honour. And with good reason, too. For this hotel has been the number one address in Lugano for a good one hundred years. And not just for the rich and famous, but for all those wishing to explore the fascinating world of Ticino or visiting the region on business.
This luxury resort includes two five-star hotels. Set amid stately parkland and honoured with many awards (Leading Hotels of the World, Leading Spa, Swiss Deluxe Hotel). The 8 gourmet restaurants have earned a total of 58 Gault Millau points. The crowning glories of this holiday paradise are two golf courses, the famous spa with its thermal bath, and the resort's own casino. All rooms have DVD, a private bar and a Nespresso machine. Transfer by luxury limousine from anywhere in Europe.
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.
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.