The Beau Rivage Palace is located in the cute Swiss town of Lausanne. The hotel is nestled in four hectares of private gardens facing the Lake Leman and the Swiss Alps. Switzerland’s finest hotel, it opened in 1861, and has since never closed its doors. Luxury, historic savoir faire and top level of excellence characterise this unique property.
The Beau Rivage Palace - A real legend
A real legend, the Palace has hosted the likes of Victor Hugo, Charlie Chaplin, Gary Cooper and Coco Chanel, to name of few. This haut lieu neo-baroque was Leonard Cohen's source of inspiration for Belle du Seigneur. In 2015, it was where talks between world leaders regarding the Iranian nuclear agreement took place, and where the Treaty of Lausanne in 1923—which led to the breakup of the Ottoman Empire—was signed.
AddressPlace du Port 17-19
Find on Google Maps