THE iconic Hotel Beau-Rivage in Geneva reinvents itself once more after celebrating its 150 years with the launch of its new rooftop suites and duplexes fit for a royal stay. The brand-new rooms and luxury suites reach up to 250 sq m in size, and overlook the historic Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc Mountain.
General manager Alexandre Nickbarte tells TTN, “Beau Rivage is a privately owned maison open to its guests. It has the charm of an authentic palace, with its beautiful classic decoration with a modern touch. We listen to our customer needs and specifications and we offer several room configurations with various connecting possibilities.”
The subtle art of reviving the resort’s memorable history with a touch of modernity is the meticulous work of renowned architect Pierre-Yves Rochon.
The spaciQous rooms run from 100 sq m to 250 sq m, and include terraces up to 25 sq m with a Jacuzzi; bathrooms up to 40 sq m with hammam shower; and walk-in closets. Families from the Gulf states will appreciate the spaciousness and legendary experience with spectacular views and unparalleled concierge service that will satisfy even the most discerning traveller.
The new top-floor rooms were created to feel like lofts. The addition of some of the establishment’s little luxuries collected over time as statement pieces in each room, reinvent the luxury of tomorrow by adding old soul to it – period lamps, trinkets, paintings and unique objects transform a simple night into a privileged experience. Equipped with the latest technology, the rooms offer the best in the art of living.
In order to bring all of these elements together in harmony, Beau-Rivage worked as well with Leila Corbett Elwes, an internationally famous interior designer.
A royal stay deserves a magnificent dining experience, and the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant Le Chat-Botté will excite the palate. Contemporary French cuisine is carefully crafted by the talented chef Dominique Gauthier. It is also possible to discover the heart of the kitchens through an incredible dining experience at the Chef’s Table.
The hotel is keen on the Arab culture and offers tailor-made services that will excel the expectations in regards to the oriental values. A halal menu is available and the terrace is the perfect place to savour it; overlooking the lake, it delights the taste buds and the eyes.
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