Hotel Imperial Palace
- Hotel: Hotel Imperial Palace
- Country: France
- Region: The Lakes
- Our star rating
- Hotel (Bed & Breakfast)
- Sleeps 1 - 4
- The most prestigious hotel in Annecy
- Exceptional setting on the shore of Lake Annecy
- Free car park
Located in an exceptional setting on the shore of Lake Annecy on its own peninsula, The Imperial Palace is the most prestigious hotel of the area. It carefully combines the atmosphere of the great hotels of yesteryear with modern equipment and amenities.
Surrounded by beautiful wooded gardens, it offers a tranquil retreat, yet a 15 minute walk from Annecy centre, shops and restaurants. A spacious Spa centre is located a 5 minute walk from the hotel. Opened in 1913, the hotel immediately attracted the rich and famous (amongst Winston Churchill, Edith Piaf and Charlie Chaplin); entirely renovated in 1990, the 4-star hotel now comprises a Casino and Conference centre, 3 restaurants and bars. Live music in the casino bar (at selected dates).
The hotel has a free sauna and fitness equipment, a hairdresser’s and offers a buffet-breakfast that you can appreciate on the terrace facing the lake during the summer season. A spa and an indoor pool are planned to open on February 2016.
All rooms have air-conditioning. They also have en suite bathroom with either bath or shower and separate wc, tea and coffee making facilities, minibar, safety deposit box, satellite TV, radio, telephone, free wireless internet access and a breathtaking view on the lake from most rooms (guaranteed lake view at a supplement).
The Imperial Palace features 99 rooms and suites. Some rooms are interconnecting, ideal for families.
Local tourist tax included in the price. View the webcam for Imperial Palace here.
Located in the Alps and at 30 minutes from Geneva Airport, the Imperial Palace (4* Hotel, Spa, Casino and Congress Centre) benefits from a unique environment on the shore of Lake Annecy. Just a 15 minute walk from the Centre of Annecy with its many shops and restaurants and from the Old Town, you can easily go and discover “the Little Venice of the Alps”.