This is the most expensive one of the 19-night hotel stays in Switzerland. More than 2,500 including two breakfasts. You must pay a city tax of 12CHF when checking out. It is a corner room at the back. The bathroom is relatively spacious and the room is not very large. There are two windows, one facing the fork and the other facing the bell tower and the mountains. Just by the lake, there is a bus from the train station directly to the back door of the hotel. The decoration is really luxurious, and the service is very good. I also checked in directly after arriving early, and specially brought the luggage to the room. The guide also introduced us to the location of the bar, swimming pool, salon, indoor and outdoor restaurants. The service time with three meals before sending people to the room ... The reception room has welcome chocolates which are delicious. In the afternoon, the housekeeper will send a fruit + handwritten welcome card to the room! Hair dryers, slippers, shampoo, etc. are available. There are actually two sets of large towels, and bathrobes. Safes, electric kettles, cups, coffee and tea bags are hidden in the closet. There were two glass bottles + two goblets on the table. I didn't know whether it was water or wine (origins were France and Italy), so we didn't dare to drink. In addition, the hotel sent two tickets to Xiyong Castle to visit the cruise ship, but we have already used the pass to play so it is a waste. Breakfast anyway, Western food is just that, but the fruit in this house is of good quality and there are many parking lots. It's close to Vevery Pier, Nestle Food Museum and Big Fork, just a few minutes walk.