For nearly 150 years, nestling in 10 acres of private gardens, the elegant Belle Epoque buildings of the Beau–Rivage Palace command breathtaking views across the Lake Geneva to the majestic Swiss and French Alps beyond. Completely renovated, the Palace is superbly located in the residential part of Lausanne, yet only five minutes away from the shopping district.
The Beau-Rivage Palace has played host to many illustrious guests. Victor Hugo, Charlie Chaplin, Coco Chanel are just a few of the many famous names. Considered to be one of Europe’s finest hotels, the Palace remains true to its traditional values while at the same time constantly breathing new life into the hotel. “Tradition in motion” might be the appropriate terms to qualify this idea.
- The 168 richly appointed rooms (five rooms categories, ranging in size from 28sqm to 140sqm) are spacious and individually decorated with elegant furnishings, and high ceilings. They all have view on the garden or on the Geneva Lake. Balcony and Jacuzzi are available.
- Gastronomy has always been part of the rich history of the Beau-Rivage Palace. With its two-star Michelin restaurant “Anne-Sophie Pic au Beau Rivage Palace”, the sushi-bar Miyako, the French deluxe brasserie “Café Beau-Rivage” and the Italian restaurant “Accademia”, the Beau-Rivage Palace invites to taste some of the world’s best cuisines.
- The 15,000 square feet Cinq Mondes Spa is a heaven for relaxation and pampering, offering a variety of massages and treatments from all over the world. Scented baths, a Promenade of Tropical Rain, Balinese or Taoist massages. Here are also available 8 treatment rooms, 1 private Spa suite, an indoor and an outdoor swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, a completely equipped gym and two tennis courts.
From exclusive board meetings to high-tech conferences and impressive gala dinners, the hotel offers a flexible range of 12 venues with state-of-the-art technical equipment, high ceilings and hospitality areas for up to 600 people.