The Grand Hotel du Lac in Vevey, Switzerland, has survived two world wars and the Great Depression, maintaining its intimacy and exclusivity throughout its 145-year history. The hotel, which looks out onto Lake Geneva and the Alps beyond, is comprised of small, intimate spaces designed to allow guests to take time to relax.
Every aspect of the hotel encompasses the spirit of Vevey, from the colors of the furnishings to the food served at the restaurants. Mary Anne met with Christopher Rudolph, the maître de maison, to learn more about the Grand Hotel du Lac and discover what makes this property so special.
Learn more at hoteldulac-vevey.ch
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