Overlooking the Swiss Riviera on the shores of Lake Geneva, the family-friendly resorts of Rochers-de-Naye and Pléiades offer a change of scenery on snow-capped mountains. They are just a short train ride away from the towns of Montreux and Vevey.
The only open museum in Switzerland is in Cully.
The Kunsthalle Marcel Duchamp in Cully, an exhibition space on two floors, 45 cm wide and 75 cm high. The smallest museum in the world.
Montreux Riviera Card
Given to you on your arrival at the hotel, the Montreux Riviera Card rolls out the red carpet to open the doors to your destination.
Château de Chillon™
Proudly standing on its rocky island on Lake Geneva since the 12th century, Chillon Castle is the most visited historical monument in Switzerland.
Montreux Jazz Festival
Bringing together international artists and budding talents on the shores of Lake Geneva for over 50 years now, the MJF is a truly superlative event.
UNESCO-listed Lavaux vineyard terraces
Welcome to the UNESCO World Heritage vineyard terraces of Lavaux – a living landscape revered by poets and hedonists alike.
Chaplin's World by Grévin
Explore Chaplin’s World – and the private life of one of the greatest geniuses in cinema.
Christmas in Montreux
For one month of the year, the whole of Montreux is transformed to celebrate Christmas. It’s an authentic, friendly, and carefree time of sharing.
Alimentarium, Food Museum
Easily located thanks to the giant fork embedded in Lake Geneva, the Alimentarium is the first museum in the world to be entirely dedicated to food.
Right in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage vineyard terraces, the Vinorama is open to all wine-lovers.
Lakeland, vineyards, mountains… the trip from Montreux to Interlaken on board the GoldenPass encapsulates the very best of Switzerland.
The cog railway Montreux - Rochers-de-Naye
Overlooking Montreux, the Rochers-de-Naye belvedere affords a head-spinning view over Lake Geneva and the Alps.