Special Hotels of the World Announces Re-opening of Member Hotel
Special Hotels of the World (http://www.shotw.com), representing some of the world’s most unique properties offering exceptional value and services is pleased to announce the completed renovation of one of its member hotels – Grand Hotel Suisse-Majestic in Montreux, Switzerland (http://www.ghotw.com/grand-hotel-suisse-majestic) following nine months of extensive redevelopment.
Following an investment of 20 million Swiss Francs (approximately £12,000,000) Grand Hotel Suisse-Majestic has been completely transformed yet still impresses with its traditional belle-epoch style with a new façade, a new roof, a new lake-view restaurant called “45” with panoramic terrace, 156 new rooms, a new lobby and a new bar. All the hotel’s meeting rooms have also been refurbished. Over the coming months, a fitness centre and mini spa will also be completed.
Situated in the heart of Montreux, overlooking the Alps and on the shores of Lake Geneva, Grand Hotel Suisse-Majestic offers breathtaking views and elegant surroundings and is suitable for leisure and business travellers.
For more information or to book visit http://www.ghotw.com/grand-hotel-suisse-majestic.
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Brooke Jester - Marketing and PR Manager, Great Hotels Organisation
Note to editors:
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