Overlooking Lake Geneva and the Alps and including a renowned spa, the Fairmont Le Montreux Palace is the ideal setting for relaxing stays. With its own conference centre and its proximity to the Montreux Music & Convention Centre, the hotel is also the ideal venue for business tourism.
Built in 1906 in the heart of the Swiss Riviera, the Fairmont Le Montreux Palace quickly attracted the big names of this world: politicians, royalty and artists – particularly since the beginnings of the Montreux Jazz Festival, which attracts the most talented musicians to the shores of Lake Geneva. The writer Vladimir Nabokov lived here for 16 years with his wife, in a suite which now bears his name.
The walls of the Palace de Montreux, steeped in history, now house all the modern facilities of a prestigious hotel: 236 refurbished rooms and suites, 3 restaurants, 2 bars, a panoramic terrace and the relaxing amenities of the Willow Stream Spa.
For special events or business tourism, the palace has 8 conference and banquet rooms which can accommodate up to 680 people in a Belle Epoque setting. The adjacent building, the Petit Palais, includes 6 rooms which can accommodate up to 1,200 people.