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The UK blog Luxury London just announced the Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues in Geneva, which was decorated by french designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, as the Hotel of the Month. Take a look inside the luxury hotel and see why its interiors are so magical!
A Four Seasons property since 2005, the Hotel des Bergues was constructed on the banks of Lake Geneva in 1834 and has since played host to royalty, movie stars and celebrity businessmen. The Neo-classical palace hotel is reminiscent of Four Seasons Georges V in Paris, with its lavish, grand interior styling (also created by esteemed designer Pierre-Yves Rochon).
For a fine dining, Michelin-starred experience head to Il Lago, a northern Italian-style restaurant, which prides itself on seasonality. For something a little more modern, Izumi is a rooftop restaurant with a Japanese-Peruvian inspired menu. After dinner, relocate yourself to Le Bar Des Bergues, the cozy wood-panelled lounge, for a nightcap.
Suites can be individually personalized to your tastes, from your favorite flowers to the music being played in the room. So if you want to be surrounded by dusky pink peonies while listening to Frank Sinatra, your wish is Four Seasons’ command.
Guided by renowned interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, the 115 luxurious guest rooms and suites are richly elegant, combining the Hotel’s classical elegance and style with the latest in technology. Decorated in Wedgewood blue and almond green, with endearing Toile de Jouy motifs dotted all around. Although the hotel is filled with Louis Phillipe-style furniture fit for a king, Four Seasons Geneva is the epitome of old world charm meeting new, contemporary functionality.
About the designer
Founded in 1979, PYR is world-renowned for its award-winning interior environments for hotels, private residences, and restaurants. Pierre-Yves Rochon, Inc. (PYR) creates interior design solutions for luxury hospitality environments. Through their designs, the firm aims to enhance each aspect of the guest experience. Each unique space is composed of elements drawn from each property’s location, culture and history, supported by classic French style and ideas. Traditional and modern materials, textures and furniture combine to create new interiors that are elegant, engaging and soothing.