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we spent a weekend in the hotel. Facilities are first class. Rooms are very spacious, wonderful bathrooms, swimming pool/spa is great. Food was goos, especially the large breakfast buffet. Service was good, with shuttles to the ski lift and the ski rental shop. Staff is friendly and helpful. The ...
We had a very pleasant and relaxing stay at Hotel Du Pillon. The hotel rooms were comfortable, the staff helpful and kind and because it was out of season we had access for a small fee to the kitchen which was nice. The breakfast consisted of a variety of breads, conserves, yoghurts and cereals. ...
If you’re looking for a conference-centre hotel in the Vaudois Alps, there are a number of properties to choose from with Expedia. This region of Switzerland is easy to get to by air via Geneva International Airport, and you can get to many of its scenic towns and ski resorts quickly by train or road. Popular rail routes with frequent connections include the Golden Pass line, which links Montreux to Chateau-d’Oex and onwards to Gstaad, as well as the narrow gauge line which runs from Bex and Aigle to Leysin, Les Diablerets, Villars and Gryon.
Whether you need a Vaudois Alps conference-centre hotel to host an event or business meeting, or you’re attending an external conference taking place at a nearby venue, you’ll easily find a hotel to suit your needs. Several hotels in the resorts of Leysin, Villars and Les Diablerets offer conference space, business centres and meeting rooms, as well as complimentary area shuttles, high-spec guest rooms with ample workspace and fitness facilities.
Also, both Les Diablerets and Leysin are home to modern conference and events venues. The Les Diablerets Maison des Congress is in the heart of the village and can host conferences, receptions or gala evenings for up to 350 people. Over in Leysin, the Swiss Alpine Centre offers 11 meeting rooms for five to 300 delegates, as well as providing WiFi, two dining rooms, a bar and a gym.
If you’re visiting the Vaudois Alps on business, you’ll probably still want to take in some of the surrounding landscapes while you’re here. Even if you don’t have time to ski or snowboard, you can still soak up the alpine atmosphere by jumping on a cable car and heading to the top of a mountain. Most have high-altitude cafes with open-air terraces from where you can absorb some of the views over a beer or two. And when you’re done, head back to your conference-centre hotel for a comfortable night’s sleep.