The Hotel Victoria is a fine residence endowed with the comfort of a “Relais & Châteaux”; it has an incomparable natural charm.
The modest Hotel du Midi, whose name held the promise of sunshine, was erected in 1869 in Glion, on the heights of Montreux. Bought a few years later by Madeleine Müller, the daughter of the Langenthal porcelain manufacturer, the hotel was enlarged, embellished and rechristened “Victoria”. Throughout its history, it would have five proprietors and be transformed many times. It would live through two wars, experience periods of marked recession and hover on the verge of bankruptcy. Each of these stories today forms a stratum, be it visible or not, which marks the character and contributes to the charm of the “Victoria”.