About Beau-Rivage Palace
Beau-Rivage Palace was initially built in 1861 and has preserved its original, opulent belle epoque aesthetic throughout the centuries. The palatial architecture combines Italian Renaissance influences with turn-of-the-century baroque touches, which were added when an extension was built to the original palace in 1908. A member of The Leading Hotels of the World, the property also boasts stunning natural sights due to its lakeside location; panoramic views of Lake Geneva and the majestic Alps can be viewed from Beau-Rivage's many balconies and verandas. The hotel is surrounded by 10 acres of private, picturesque gardens, where ambling guests encounter cedar trees, begonias, and an array of outdoor sculptures.
In the 19th century, Beau-Rivage served as a getaway for the European aristocracy and captains of industry, and that emphasis on glamour and formal luxury remains. Between the three world-class restaurants, state-of-the-art fitness center, and the elegantly designed, wellness-oriented Cinq Mondes Spa, the property provides a fully integrated five-star experience. The world's oldest school of hotel management is in the town of Lausanne, and many of its graduates work at Beau-Rivage. The staff excels at providing children and teenagers with age-appropriate activities.
In the property's ongoing efforts to offer the best facilities to satisfy its clients, Beau-Rivage Palace is advancing with a renovation program of the Rotonde function rooms until June 2010. The property is committed to doing its utmost to minimize any possible incoveniences.