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Friday, June 17, 2011

The Beau-Rivage Palace Invites Guests To The 45th Montreux Jazz Festival


New York - June 17, 2011: This July, guests of Lausanne's Beau-Rivage Palace can join music fans from around the world at the 45th Montreux Jazz Festival. Founded by Claude Nobs in 1967, the two-week festival showcases more than 1,000 musicians through workshops, film screenings, exhibitions, and special projects. This year's festival will take place from July 1st - 16th.

The Beau-Rivage Palace is offering a special "Jazz in Montreux" package that will include the following:
  • One night's accommodation in a superior or deluxe room with a view of Lake Geneva and the Swiss Alps, or a comfort room with a garden view
  • Glass of champagne upon arrival
  • Daily full buffet breakfast or in-room continental breakfast
  • Two first-class tickets to a concert at the Montreux Jazz Festival with VIP welcome by Parmigiani, one of Switzerland's leading brands of luxury watches and a main sponsor of the festival
  • Small plates and hors d'oeuvres in the Parmigiani VIP lounge after the concert
  • Complimentary access to the hotel's Cinq Mondes Spa, the fitness center and tennis courts
In addition to this package, guests have the opportunity to visit the Parmigiani factory during their stay, located in Fleurier, 45 minutes from Lausanne.

Based on double occupancy, the offer is priced from CHF560 (approximately US$659) per person. Additional nights can be added to the package for an extra cost. To book the package, please email reservation@brp.ch.

For more information, please visit: www.brp.ch.

About the Beau-Rivage Palace
The Beau-Rivage Palace is situated on 10 acres of private gardens, adjacent to Lake Geneva and with spectacular views of the Swiss Alps. The hotel's award-winning 15,000-square-foot Cinq Mondes Spa contains a fitness room, indoor and outdoor infinity pools, a hot tub, and nine treatment rooms. Anne-Sophie Pic at the Beau-Rivage Palace, the hotel's recently opened two-star Michelin restaurant, features France's only female chef with three Michelin stars. Other restaurants include the Beau-Rivage Café and Le Miyako Lausanne, and amenities include two bars and terraces, two tennis courts and a special program for children.

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