Towering over Montreux and built in 1902, the Caux Palace, was one of the largest, most advanced, and luxurious hotels ever designed. Notables such as the then-future king of Saudi Arabia, Prince Ibn Saud, English author Rudyard Kipling, American business magnate John D. Rockefeller, and the Kellogg and Gillette families visited until the Second World War. Since the war, the Caux Palace has played an instrumental role in worldwide peacebuilding and reconciliation efforts. It became home to Swiss Hotel Management School in 1994.
Access state-of-the-art facilities and leisure centers all within a 10 minute walk. The campus and its facilities are housed in the flagship Caux Palace, Buffet de la Gare next to the train station, the Baumann Building, and residential buildings including Chalet de Caux, Alpina Apartments, and A Cappel'Art.