This luxurious hotel with 250 rooms was built between 1906 and 1909 for a subsidiary of the mineral water company, based on Parisian architect Albert Hébrard's plans
Located well away from the resort and overlooking the Léman, it provides its guests with the proximity of a golf course, tennis courts and clay pigeon shooting ranges. A royal suite was designed in the original plan as the King of England, Edward VII, was supposed to visit but passed away in May 1910 without ever having visited Evian. The main building has five floors and the wings have three. The consoles and wood decorations on the façade recall the rural surroundings. The original roofs were modified after a fire during the night of 12 to 13 August 1958 damaged the two upper floors.
All year round, daily.