The alpine country of Switzerland, where the language communities eat different things and the unique traditions and customs differ in each Canton. Even their shared history only goes back about two centuries, this little country is a real traveler’s paradise situated right in the heart of Europe.
About The Hotel
The city’s first hotel, and still the first choice of sophisticated travellers and world statesmen, has been a landmark on Lake Geneva since 1834. Now, as Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues, it blends a revitalized sense of history with comfort, relaxation and warm, genuine personal service.
Guided by renowned interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, the 115 guest rooms and suites are richly elegant, combining the Hotel’s classical elegance and style with the latest in technology. You’ll be enchanted by views of the lake, the Old Town or the courtyard.
All accommodations are bright and airy, decorated with rich blue and green fabrics, light woods and Louis Philippe-style furnishings. Nearly a quarter of the rooms are spacious suites – most with step-out balconies and views of Lake Geneva.
Reviews & Availibility
Tripadvisor: “We had presidential suite, everything was perfect with real palace service. Staff is very professional replying quickly. You have Valet parking which is very convenient in city centre of Geneva. At the end very good experience there, only prices of extras sometimes bit exaggerated but the same in other 5 stars of Geneva and here you have quality” Read More
The Telegraph: “A flawless Four Seasons property with an outstanding new spa and friendly staff who know your name. Perfect for a weekend break or an indulgent pre- or après-ski treat.Who goes? An affluent, international crowd: a mix of businessmen and women, couples and families” Read More
Elite Traveler: At the edge of Lake Geneva, the city’s very first hotel has been a beloved landmark since its opening in 1834. Reborn for the 21st century as Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues Geneva, the seven-storey neoclassical building was transformed through two years of refurbishments? Read More