Since re-opening its doors just two months, Hotel Lavaux is proving a hit with interests flooding in from local and international visitors.
Located in the heart of Switzerland’s Lavaux vineyards, a UNESCO heritage site, the property has taken more than 450 bookings in just over a month.
The hotel, shaped like a long ship, was originally built in 1964 and designed by the famous Italian born architect, Alberto Sartoris. The AUD$15.34million renovation concentrates on contemporary style and all 58 rooms boast a bright, spacious feel.
Accomodation starts from AUD$164 per room.