A little bit of rest, cocktails, sun, beautiful view, couldn’t get more perfect, right? You can get it all in Beau-rivage palace – a true pleasure for perfect mental well-being! This renovated resort and its staff will do their best to fully satisfy your wishes. Of the 4 acres of land on which the Beau Rivage Palace spreads, we are sure you will be able to find a corner for yourself. Discover all the charms of this beautiful resort that has been here for 160 years.
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For almost 160 years, the Beau-Rivage Palace has been offering well-being to its guests. A sublime architecture that has never been compromised by time. A fabulous setting between lake and mountains. Its calm, its pure air and its gentle nature with its tender colours…
This renowned resort unveils a new asset dedicated to relaxation through a completely renovated spa designed as a protective cocoon, secretly nestled in the heart of a 4 hectare park. The journey towards relaxation continues through the world beauty rituals offered by Cinq Mondes and the advice of the Beau-Rivage Palace experts to reconnect with one’s inner serenity.
The special features of the Cinq Mondes Spa at the Beau-Rivage Palace
“This spa invites you on a sensory journey, from physical sensations to visual emotions. One discovers successive soothing and mysterious spaces designed to stimulate your imagination. This is an intimate space, shielded from the outside world, characterised by feminine and organic shapes. Here, soft curves and natural materials such as stone, oak, gold and water are underpinned by warm, subdued light. The Pacours is full of architectural surprises inspired by art and nature. A poetic vision of space, materials and light that invites introspection and renewal.”
Alexandre Pierat, architect of the Cinq Mondes Spa at the Beau-Rivage Palace
Expert advice on preparing for the end of the year
“A little time out is ideal to start the cold season well and to strengthen the immune system. Autumn is basically about being active before a quieter time begins. It is difficult to meet one’s own needs in addition to all the professional and family obligations. Regular breaks are therefore very important in the daily routine. No matter what form this break takes (bathing, reading, massage, some breathing exercises …), it always ensures that the body’s “excitement mode”, the sympathetic nervous system, is shut down and the “rest mode” (or parasympathetic nervous system) is activated instead. A time-out is perfect to prevent the end-of-year state of exhaustion due to an excessive imbalance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems”
Dimitra Kontoyannatos, Naturopath at the Spa Cinq Mondes du Beau-Rivage Palace