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Best Hotels in Vevey

  • Hotel Des Trois Couronnes 71 rooms from $238

    Vevey

    Luxurious lakeside hotel and destination spa in the smart Montreux Riviera town of Vevey with 170-plus years of tradition behind it. Stately presence on Lake Geneva commands stunning Alpine views, combined with extreme comfort and classic Swiss five-star service ethos

    5* Luxury  -  Everyone from Russian princesses to Saudi Sheikhs to Hollywood film stars has found it to their tastes
    Restaurant  -  Michelin-starred restaurant Les Trois Couronnes for fine dining, H3C restaurant is more casual
    Views  -  Views to die from the terrace overlooking Lake Geneva onto the towering Alps beyond
    Spa breaks  -  Puressens Destination Spa is one of the best in Switzerland
    Recommended by  -  Fodors
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  • Grand Hotel du Lac 50 rooms from $286

    Vevey (Rue d'Italie 1)

    A grand hotel facing Lake Geneva and the Alps. Elegant rooms blending traditional style décor with all modern comforts. Enjoy gourmet cuisine at Les Saisons, a Michelin starred restaurant or local dishes at La Véranda with an outdoor seating. A lovely spa and an outdoor pool. Super luxurious.

    Local markets  -  The Vevey - The Pleiades line leads you to a site full of tourist attractions in less than an hour
    Swimming Pool  -  An outdoor seasonal pool
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.
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About Vevey

Vevey lies on the North shore of Lake Geneva. To the British, this town may be most familiar as the final home of Charlie Chaplin, but he is just one of many famous residents who have called Vevey home. Dostoevsky, Victor Hugo, James Mason, Shania Twain - all have lived here! Our pick of the best places to stay in Vevey offer lakeside luxury in this charming Swiss town.

Vevey is where milk chocolate was invented in 1875 and is still the headquarters of Nestle. Fittingly, you'll find here the museum Alimentarium (of Nutrition) and Nestle's own discovery centre (popular with both adults and kids alike) The Nest. Also worth a visit are the Musee de la Confrerie des Vignerons (The Brotherhood of Winegrowers Museum) and Musee Suisse de l’appareil photographie (the Swiss Camera Museum).

This is a popular wine growing area and Vevey hosts an international winegrowers festival four or five times a century (the last one was in 1997).

In summer there's a twice weekly folk market., and don't miss the funicular ride up to Mont Pelerin to experience the stunning views from the top of the telecoms tower sited there.

Our pick of the best places to stay in Vevey offer top notch luxury in prime lakeside locations.

The best places to stay in Vevey

For a top notch spa

  • Hotel des Trois Couronnes is a luxury lakeside hotel and spa with 172 years of history and tradition. It has a stately facade and enjoys panoramic alpine views and the comfort and service are everything you'd expect of a five star hotel. Plus there's Michelin starred dining and the spa is one of the best in Switzerland.

For traditional luxury

  • The impressive Grand Hotel du Lac faces directly onto Lake Geneva and the alps. It's traditionally elegant whilst providing every modern comfort. ‘Les Saisons’ restaurant is Michelin starred or there is ‘La Veranda’ for more casual dining and local dishes. Plus there's a spa with outdoor pool.

Still not decided? Browse our list of the best places to stay in Vevey, widen the net to include Montreux and all our recommendations on Lake Geneva, or contact a friendly guru for advice.