This hotel utterly defies categorisation.
It looks alike a 1990s style building, on the outside (and with a highly questionable mirrored glass feature at the front that physically hurts to look at).
And then: inside it's an abundance of a myriad of different types of marble, hardwood and chandeliers that the term "excessive" does not begin to quantify.
There is such an amount of it that one would question whether you have been transposed to Las Vegas.
And yet - it manages to be smart, elegant and even tasteful.
It is an outstanding hotel in an outstanding location
The salons are large rooms gazing out over the lake and are quite spectacular places to have lunch.
The Wifi was brilliant, the only times it dropped/failed to connect was when there were a lot of people in the conference ballroom - but it was hardly a big issue: you just had to leave the room and go into the foyer and with the amount of people trying to access Wifi in one place and one time was hardly exceptional.
Buffets provided by the hotel for the conference lunches and the breakfast were among the best I've every seen.
I can't speak to what dinner was like but it was very expensive.
I agree with reviewers who ridicule a pool that closes at 8pm - it is nonsense.
As regard rooms - I was in the newer section above the conference centre, so I only had a view of a wall, with the Alps peaking above it. But I loved the room, large pleasant, and spacious, with suite features of a sofa and armchair. Bathroom was sumptuous.
Staff - you see then at lunch and reception were really friendly and helpful.
All in all - excellent.
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