New suites, designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon, at the Beau-Rivage Palace of Lausanne.
A contemporary wind is blowing on the tradition of the Beau-Rivage Palace. Opened in 1861 on the banks of Ouchy, the hotel benefits from a long and fascinating history, punctuated by adaptations to the uncertainties of time passing.
True to its signature, “tradition in motion”, the institution has asked Pierre-Yves Rochon to lend his talent to the renovation of the rooms of the Palace wing.
Emphasizing quality materials, attention to detail and an eco-conscious approach, the designer has optimized the dimensions of the rooms and suites and spaces have been equipped with soothing warm tones inspired by the natural palette of the surrounding landscape.
By a game of mirrors, lace and light enter the room to illuminate the space.