Middle East travellers looking for a luxurious and atmospheric Christmas experience this year can take advantage of a series of tailored packages for the festive season at the Beau Rivage Palace in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Christmas carol concerts, dinner show evenings, and Advent Sunday lunches aboard the steam boat “Montreux”, are just some of the activities that the hotel is putting on to delight guests throughout December.
From December 20 to January 11, special room rates will also apply starting from $237 for a single room and $274 for a double room when guests are also booking one of the festive meals such as the Christmas Eve dinner or the Christmas Day Lunch.
Throughout the rest of December normal room rates will apply starting at $297 for a single room and $340 for a double room.
The Beau Rivage Palace, situated on the shores of Lake Geneva affords views of the snow capped French Alps and is also only 40 minutes from the City of Geneva, where last minute Christmas gifts can be purchased while soaking up the festive atmosphere that the city affords.
The hotel will be decorated inside and out with lights and Christmas decorations while the centre piece will be an eight meter high Christmas tree in the lobby. There are even rumours that Santa Claus will be paying a visit with gifts for all the children on Christmas day itself.
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