Astra hotel: comfort, landscape and colours.


We are in Vevey, a little gem on the shores of Lake Geneva, Switzerland. This prime location is marked by a mild microclimate, a breath-taking view of the Alps, vineyards and picturesque paddle boats floating on water. For more than 50 years, Astra Hotel has been led by the Ming family. This accommodation is placed just a few steps from the train station, in the heart of this town, between Montreux and Lausanne, on the outskirts of the vineyards of Lavaux, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Astra Hotel boasts 100 rooms with air-conditioning system and all the amenities of a modern 4-star superior hotel.


Moreover, it offers two restaurants: the historical brasserie La Coupole 1912 and the winter garden Le Pavillon, together with the Caveau Le Guillon, available with a prior reservation. Besides, conference rooms from 10 up to 250 seats and the City Panoramic SPA & Fitness with a solarium, a sauna, a hammam, an outdoor whirlpool and cardio-vascular fitness facilities.

Several features and a high dose of elegance furnish the common areas but also the private rooms. The kindness and helpfulness of the staff make your stay even more pleasant; these values represent the philosophy of Astra Hotel.


Thanks to its location, this hotel experience rounds off your holiday with several strolls, hiking and sightseeing.

The first golden era of Vevey was during the Belle Époque, at the end of the 19th-century. We can stroll along the beautiful lakeside promenade still today, framed by palm trees and flower beds that call to mind the magnificence of the past.

Charlie Chaplin has undoubtedly been the most famous resident of Vevey: he spent the last 25 years of his life here. On the shore of Lake Geneva, there is a monument commemorating the actor; that is the reason why Astra Hotel boasts in its lounge his large portrait, taking a peep at his valued guests.


During the winter, the ski resort Les Pléiades is perfect for families thanks to its gentle slopes with three tracks for cross-country skiing, which wind through hills and woods.

The snowcovered nature of the Pre-Alps invites you to go snowshoe hiking. The Les Avants-Sonloup funicular leads you to a 2.3-km long toboggan track. In summer, the Vaud Riviera is a haven for hikers, bikers and everyone who loves water sports.

Several trails allow tourists to explore the area by bike, including a popular path that leads to the top of Les Pléiades, at 1360 m above the sea level. This path continues towards the Vevey Valley, with an observatory and an astronomy-inspired trail called AstroPléiades.

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