Septembre Musical Royal Plaza Montreux & Spa

Hotel in Montreux

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Septembre Musical
from18 September 2021to30 September 2021

An integral part of the Swiss Riviera’s cultural heritage for more than 70 years, the Septembre Musical festival presents the finest concerts in the most majestic venues on the shores of Lake Geneva. Thanks to its international fame, the cultural event attracts musicians & spectators from all over the world every year. In addition, each year, the culture of a specific country is honored to seduce you as much with classical music of course but also with traditional music, cuisine and visual arts. With its rich and varied program, the festival also highlights emerging talents in different fields. So do not wait any longer to experience a unique moment of exceptional quality!

 

The festival & the hotel

Because of our proximity to the festival, it is only natural that we have been part of its partners for many years. You can start your evening with a meal at Café Bellagio and then attend a concert of exceptional quality at the 2M2C Congress Center. Finally, after so many musical emotions, let yourself be carried away just a few steps away and end your evening in one of our rooms facing Lake Geneva.

 
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