Beau-Rivage Genève

Conceived as a splendid and timeless lodge, set on ten lush acres on the shores of Lake Léman, La Réserve Genève is an urban resort that tells the story of a wonderful journey. It’s a dream haven, as warm as a home away from home, where one instantly feels at ease—whether nestled in a fawn leather club chair in front of the fireplace or relaxing near the outdoor swimming pool. Guests can enjoy sweeping views of the exterior from the spacious rooms and suites. Each infused with a unique air of subtle distinction, the 29 suites and 73 rooms of La Réserve Genève interpret the refined style of African lodges. All are generously sized and feature wide picture windows, and some lead onto a patio giving direct access to the grounds and the swimming pool. Read More...

Fairmont Le Montreux Palace

Fairmont Le Montreux Palace
Surrounded by the soaring Alps and nestled along the shores of sparkling Lake Geneva, Fairmont Le Montreux Palace has delighted visitors for over a century with its Belle-Époque architecture boasting 236 rooms and suites and a reputation for impeccable hospitality stretching back to its founding in 1906. Whether you’ve come for rest and relaxation, or to spoil yourself with live jazz and the finest of Swiss cuisine, you’ll discover it all at Fairmont Le Montreux Palace. Fairmont Le Montreux Palace pairs Belle-Epoque style with modern amenities and provides 236 luxuriously furnished rooms and suites, ideal for a family gateway or for business travelers. Read More...

La Réserve Eden au Lac Zurich

La Reserve Eden au Lac Zurich
Unique and elegant, the legendary hotel is reborn, after several months of an ambitious undertaking nurtured by the creativity of Philippe Starck and La Réserve’s vision of excellence. La Réserve Eden au Lac Zurich is a majestic building standing proud, serene, solid and calm like the wonderful days that have passed since it first opened on the lakeshore 100 years ago. Times are changing and Philippe Starck has come along with a subtly artistic and rebellious touch. He has in fact deconstructed Eden au Lac to better rebuild it for tomorrow, even closer to its true nature. From the 40 rooms and suites, to the restaurant and the bar, everything has been redesigned to offer guests a refined and timeless experience, true to La Réserve’s values of excellence, authenticity and simplicity. Read More...

Castello del Sole, Ascona

Castello del Sole Ascona Panorama
Castello del Sole, on the shores of Lake Maggiore, is one of the largest hotel estates in Ticino and an oasis of peace & serenity offering guests a chance to reconnect with nature. It is situated on park grounds and is surrounded by mountains with a private beach on Lake Maggiore. Castello del Sole will capture your heart immediately and once you’ve been smitten by the magic of our luxury property, you will no longer be able to resist. Our secret? A totally unique definition of space and time in harmony with nature. A feeling about life that will lend you wings and promises to give you precisely what you want in your own free time – and even a bit more. Our 41 junior suites and full suites as well as 37 double and single rooms pamper you with everything you need for your well-being, your happiness and your rest and relaxation.  Castello Spa & Beauty offers spa and wellness delights in 2,500 square metres of pure luxury. Immerse yourself, take a deep breath and re-energise. Read More...

Riffelalp Resort 2222m

Riffelalp Resort 2222 M View
On a small plateau above Zermatt, the Riffelalp Resort 2222m has the distinction of being Europe’s highest luxury hotel. Built in 1884 as a summer-only enclave, the property enjoys such a lofty location that it’s one of the few hotels in the world that is unreachable by car. Throughout the 19th century, Europe’s high society would check into the Riffelalp for six weeks at a time to relax and rejuvenate. Today, ski and nature lovers take advantage of the mild microclimate and unique location in the heart of the Gornergrat skiing and hiking area. The region has a nine-hole golf course. Dining options includes The Alexandre, Walliserkeller, Ristorante al Bosco, Mark Twain Lounge and Dine Around.Arriving is an experience in itself. As the rack railway climbs and the commotion of the village is left behind, sit back, relax and enjoy the majestic view of the Matterhorn. In the summer, the highest tram in Europe waits at Riffelalp station to take you on what is probably the shortest tram ride in the world to the Riffelalp Resort. In the winter, our porter will be happy to pick you up on the skidoo. Or you can make use of the short walk through the picturesque forest to listen to the silence of Riffelalp for the first time. Read More...

Grand Hotel du Lac Vevey

Grand hotel du lac
The Grand Hôtel du Lac is a 50 room, boutique superior five-star luxury hotel and member of the prestigious Swiss Deluxe Hotels and Relais & Châteaux Collections. At the heart of Switzerland’s UNESCO world heritage site of Lavaux, situated on the Vaud Riviera and the shores of Lake Geneva, experience a gentle art of living. With a spectacular view of Lake Geneva and the French Alps, and only a stone’s throw from Lausanne and Montreux, the Grand Hôtel du Lac is an hour from Geneva airport by train or by car. Created by the talented interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon and with its distinguished and poetic vibe, the Grand Hôtel du Lac resonates from dawn to dusk. Read More...

The Alpina Gstaad

Alpina Gstaad
Named one of the Top 100 Hotels in the World by Travel + Leisure, The Alpina Gstaad sets a new standard for Swiss mountain resorts, already famed for their style and refinement. This is no ordinary hotel, it is a unique establishment where authenticity combines with Swiss refinement to create an Alpine experience like no other. Whether you are on a wellness retreat or a winter sports adventure, you feel the stresses of the world slip away as you surround yourself with stunning views, cozy décor, and exceptional service. Redefining alpine chic and comfort, its 56 rooms and suites are unique, inspiring and extraordinary yet still sustainably built and decked out with alpine comforts and crafts. The Alpina Gstaad delivers a new level of distinction. This contemporary hotel has a deep sense of heritage, presented most authentically in the stone and timber cuts by Swiss craftsmen, in the local accessories in each and every guestroom, and in the serene Jean Mus-designed garden. Read More...

Suvretta House St. Moritz

Hotel Suvretta House St. Moritz Hotel View
The Suvretta House emerges from the trees of the Upper Engadine Mountains as if from the pages of a fairy-tale, its imposing turrets and Belle Époque exterior standing out against rugged valley landscape. Since 1912, Suvretta House has been dedicated to a standard of excellent hospitality that is in keeping with the lifestyle and high expectations of a sophisticated clientele. From December through April, the private ski lift is available to transport guests to more than 127.5 miles of downhill runs–ideal for both beginners and expert skiers. During the summer season, endless options exist for exploring the region by foot, bike, horseback or even abseil. A tennis pro is on hand for lessons on the three on-site clay courts, and golfers can practice on the hotel’s own driving range, or four-hole training and putting course. At 1850 metres above sea level, Suvretta House is perched on an elevated plateau. So indulge in the stunning views of the Upper Engadine’s landscape of mountains and lakes, enjoy the peace and quiet, breathe the invigorating air, and discover the valley in a new light every single day. Read More...

Le Mirador Resort & Spa, Montreux Lake Geneva

Le Mirador Resort and Spa Exterior
Le Mirador Resort and Spa offers one of the most spectacular panoramic views in the world. Located in the heart of Switzerland’s UNESCO heritage vineyards, it overlooks beautiful Lake Geneva and the magnificent Alps, the Rhone Valley and terraced vineyards of the Swiss Riviera. Most of the suites feature a spacious terrace. Dining options include award-winning French cuisine at le Trianon, modern Mediterranean cuisine at le Patio, and the Horizon restaurant with a lavish breakfast buffet and show kitchen. Guests will be pampered at the Mirador’s unique Givenchy Spa that offers specific signature treatments including massages, body and skin care, beauty treatments and a fully-equipped Medical Center, for regeneration and nutrition. Read More...

Park Gstaad

Park Gstaad
Park Gstaad is known as one of Europe’s most luxurious ski resorts, offering challenging slopes, gourmet restaurants and designer shops, and since opening in 1910, the Park Gstaad has provided the home base for the city’s glamorous visitors. The Park Gstaad offers all the elegance of a traditional grand hotel but with a cosy, more relaxed atmosphere. Health and wellness, a focus on fitness and a commitment to sustainability are all at the heart of this peaceful, authentic Alpine getaway. Pine panelling spliced by black granite and softened by grey wool furnishings makes the 84 rooms feel chalet-style cosy but luxe all the same. Even the smallest are generously proportioned, and all come with a balcony – half facing the mountains and half the forest. Read More...

Le Grand Bellevue, Gstaad

Le Grand Bellevue Gstaad
Enjoying a central location on Gstaad Promenade, Le Grand Bellevue benefits from all the local amenities of Gstaad town. There is also a daily programme of events including classic afternoon tea or cocktails in the piano bar. The town also plays host to a wealth of events throughout the year from the Classical Music Festival and the Snow Golf Trophy in winter, to the Beach Volleyball Grand Slam Tournament and the Menuhin Festival in summer. Needless to say, skiing is a large part of the winter fun here and the warmer months reveal a myriad of walking trails. Boasting 57 rooms, a Michelin-starred restaurant and a 3,000 square metre spa, Le Grand Bellevue brings together the class and services of a grand hotel with a more informal neighborhood approach. Whatever the time of year, be sure to return each evening to Le Grand Bellevue for gourmet treats in elegant surrounds at Leonard’s or for a delicious fondue at Le Petit Chalet in the most traditional Swiss setting. Ensconced in easygoing elegance and against a breath-taking mountain backdrop, guests can take advantage of second-to-none service and an outstanding array of attractions, including Michelin-starred cuisine in LEONARD’s laid-back bistro, classic Swiss dishes in enchanting log-cabin restaurant Le Petit Chalet, fresh fish from The Sushi Bar, and expertly crafted cocktails in the hotel’s 1930s-evoking art deco Bar. Read More...

Gstaad Palace

Gstaad Palace
When it comes to iconic hotels, the Gstaad Palace in the Swiss Alps stands in a category of it’s own. Since the family-owned hotel opened in 1913, it has been considered the crème de la crème of lodgings in the region. Just a short train ride from Zurich up to the Alps, the Palace has hosted everyone from royals, to music icons – and even celebrities from the golden age of Hollywood. But beyond the A-list clientele, the Gstaad Palace has set the gold standard in terms of what luxury travel really means, from the guestrooms, the world class spa, fine restaurants, and of course, the endlessly personable employees who seek to make sure guests have the best possible stay; an important part of why their clients seem to return year after year, often with many generations. The 90 stylishly decorated rooms and suites of this luxe retreat offer alpine elegance and understated luxury. Select suites feature balconies. Read More...