Opened in 1906, the Montreux Palace has set a tone of elegant luxury ever since.
The Fairmont Le Montreux Palace opened in 1906 and has set a tone of elegant luxury ever since. The peace-keeping Montreux Convention was signed here in 1936, Vladimir Nabokov was once a guest, and in Funky Claude’s Bar, formerly known as Harry's New York Bar, Quincy Jones cooked a special chicken dish that remains on the menu today. Funky Claude’s Bar is the perfect place to appreciate live music and a wide choice of cocktails. Montreux Jazz Café, directly inspired by the ambiance of the legendary music festival, is a not-to-be-missed spot with a generous cuisine. The Lounge, with its cozy atmosphere, welcomes you for a morning coffee, a light lunch, or even a late-evening snack, while La Terrasse du Petit Palais is the ideal place to admire views of Lake Geneva over a light meal during the summer. Business travelers are well looked after in fifteen state-of-the-art conference rooms, and the Willow Stream Spa is a tranquil spot for all guests to unwind in the massage and relaxation rooms.
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