September 10, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Hotel des Trois Couronnes in Vevey, Switzerland
Against the picturesque backdrop of the majestic Swiss Alps, situated directly on the shorefront of Lake Geneva, is the fabulous Hôtel des Trois Couronnes. This peaceful lakefront retreat offers premier style within the relaxing surroundings of the town of Vevey. The 72 rooms and suites are a blend of modern and classical elegance, with pristine whites, soothing earth tones, and vibrant splashes of color. Natural light flows in through large picture windows, warming the room and creating a cozy ambiance perfect for a vacation experience. Plush accommodations keep you in supreme comfort day and night, and private balconies provides a wonderful place to sip a morning coffee and watch the sun rise over the lake. Wake to the beauty of Lake Geneva and Switzerland, surrounded by luxury, when you stay at Hôtel des Trois Couronnes.
Visit the hotel's Puressens Health Academy & Spa to pamper yourself at the start of your vacation, or after an active day outside. Stretch out next to the indoor pool for a relaxing morning or head out to Lavaux Golf Club for an early morning tee time. Hike or bike through gorgeous outdoor parks around Lake Geneva, or venture out on the lake itself for a day of fun on the water. Paddle boating, canoeing and kayaking are fantastic ways to explore and enjoy the cool breeze and warm sun as you glide through the waters. Make a trip to the unique Alimentarium Food Museum for a tour and tastings, or take the Swiss Chocolate Train to the town of Broc, where a large factory and sample room awaits. Sample wonderful wines at Corniche Lavaux Vineyards in nearby Montreaux, and stroll through the lush fields with sweeping views of the lake. In the pristine winter months enjoy world-class skiing and snowboarding just up the mountain. For dining, unwind at the hotel's Le Restaurant and enjoy continental cuisine with an Asian flare, or try exciting Japanese fare at Peck Ô Sushi. Retire to your room after a wonderful day in Switzerland and drift off to sleep dreaming of your next beautiful morning at Hotel des Trois Couronnes.
Location of Hotel des Trois Couronnes
Nearest Airport: GVA
Amenities for Hotel des Trois Couronnes
- General Information
- 71 Guest Rooms
- Private Dining
- Piano Bar
- Spa Cuisine
- Sushi Bar
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Indoor Heated Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Hair Dryers
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Downhill Skiing
- Meeting Rooms
- Business Services
- Historic Sites
- Train Station
- Public Transportation
- Active & Adventure
- Ski & Snow
Reviews for Hotel des Trois Couronnes
Great view on both the lake and mountains around. Live Music while dining gives the romantic setting under the full moon a special note. Food is so la,la; however the setting makes a visit worth. Nice old architecture and marble bath facilities move you a century back, like it!
I visited the hotel for an evening meal with my husband and friends. We very much enjoyed the experience overall. The menu is based around simple but very high quality choices. So for example, the caprese salad contained three different but flavourful types of tomatoes and beautiful buffalo mozzarella with a superb pesto dressing. I enjoyed "le trio" of salmon, tender marinated salmon pieces presented beautifully. My husband and a friend enjoyed a Swiss burger and another a lovely steak, all exceptional quality and cooked beautifully to order. The view on the terrace is breath taking. During the evening we also enjoyed the lovely music of guitarist Sidney Hernandez which was a real treat and just perfect for the location and relaxed feel of the restaurant. The staff were very warm, friendly and helpful throughout our visit.
Flossieno20 - Newcastle upon Tyne
We were looking forward to a special lunch at this 5* lakeside Hotel, and were greeted by impeccable staff who directed us to a beautiful table overlooking the lake. The first problem was the menu itself. Our friends are residents of Vevey, but even they found difficulty I finding their way through the confusing menu. My first course was a timballe of crab which was very tasty. The other first courses were also satisfactory, but nothing special as would have been appropriate for its 5* status. My main course was a "flattened cockerel" which was quite frankly lacking in taste and was overcooked. Our host had specifically asked for side orders of frites and vegetables, but only one arrived which was shared out between four! Eventually after our host pressed, the frites and ratatouille arrived, but by this time, we had all virtually finished our meals and most returned to the kitchen. Complimentary champagne was offered but as two of us were driving, this was rejected. We thoroughly enjoyed the lunchtime in such beautiful surroundings and we felt so sorry for our friends who'd paid such a lot of money to entertain us in their home town. In all probability this was a simple case of one bad day. We all have them, it was such a shame that we travelled all the way from the UK to Vevey for such disappointing meal.
UKTravellers89 - Mold, United Kingdom
The hotel is a real 'grande old dame', beautifully renovated with a marble entrÃ©e and lobby with some small fountains. Entering the hotel is like going back in time. Centrally located one can stroll around the lakeside or go the the old town of Vevey within a 5' walk. The reception is very friendly, efficient and helpful! The rooms have air condition, sort of a cable TV and nicely renovated bathrooms, the bed was large and of highest quality. We had room 301 which is in the corner of the floor, right underneath there is the ball (and breakfast) room. So, it can get quite noisy when there are weddings, which in summer seems to be the standard case over the weekend. The indoor pool is huge, not in width but in length and makes it a pleasure to swim. There's a nice SPA and a possibility to relax outdoors. Breakfast buffet is mid sized and rich continental. In summer one can sit outside, which is a pleasure sitting in betweek the hotel and the lake. Staff - except for the reception - is very unattentive, they show up and almost never come back and once you order something they tend to forget, which is perceived as slightly arrogant and not very 5 star in terms of service quality.
ReiseReiseCH - Switzerland
This was a great spot for our night after a long flight to Paris then drive to Switzerland. Very relaxing hotel, great spa (though the locker rooms were substandard). Food was pretty good at terrace restaurant, but I suspect their formal dining restaurant sets a higher bar. The room views were amazing - gorgeous view of the Alps and Lake Geneva.
Shain R - Sunny Isles Beach, Florida