Montreux From the shores of Lake Geneva to the mountains and vineyards, Montreux Riviera offers a postcard landscape. The Mediterranean like climate of this little piece of paradise has attracted many artists, writers, and travelers in search of beauty, tranquility, and inspiration.
It’s no surprise that Charlie Chaplin chose to spend his last 25 years on the hills of Vevey, that Freddie Mercury immortalized Lake Geneva with the peaks of Le Grammont on the cover of the album “Made in Heaven”, that Igor Stravinski composed “The Rite of Spring” in Montreux, or that Prince declared his love for Lavaux in a song named after the famous terraced vineyard (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). The region is especially rich in cultural events including the Montreux Jazz Festival and boasts some of the best hotel schools and private clinics in the world. It is also a business hub with infrastructure that is well suited to hosting international conferences.