Switzerland's top hotel is tempting Middle East travellers with getaway breaks in the Lake Geneva region during Eid Al Fitr.
The Beau-Rivage Palace in Lausanne, a popular year-round resort destination for Middle East visitors, has announced attractive Eid offers for those planning short trips to Europe.
Special two-night Eid packages, with accommodation for two in a superior lake view room, are available at $217 per person per night.
The price includes buffet breakfast, fruits and flowers in the room, dinner in the hotel's famous La Rotonde French restaurant, and complimentary tickets to Lausanne's fascinating Olympic Museum. Guests also have free access to the swimming pool, fitness centre and tennis courts.
For those keen to enjoy an extended break, additional nights start at $162 per person per night for double rooms.
Middle East guests arriving via Geneva International Airport can reserve a chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce to take them on the 40-minute drive to the hotel, which is set in private, lakeside grounds.
All guest rooms boast private balconies, giving superb views across the lake to the Alps.
The hotel has an impressive line-up of restaurants, as well as its own spa offering a range of health and beauty treatments.
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