Opened in 2019 by Michel Reybier Hospitality, the five-star hotel “La Reserve Eden Au Lac Zurich” has been redesigned to provide a timeless experience as if in the heart of an imaginary yacht club, dreamed up by creator Philippe Starck.
La Réserve Eden au Lac Zurich is like rock and roll dancing with the Queen of England; everything is classic, yet nothing is classic anymore. It is a timeless blend of creativity, classicism and intelligence – like Switzerland itself.Philippe Starck
Summer is a stunning time to visit, as the cool lake breeze floats through the bay windows and gently ruffles the white curtains. Each room terrace is bathed in sun.
From the 40 rooms and suites to the cigar lounge and restaurants, every aspect of the hotel offers guests a refined experience. Its styling rings true to La Réserve’s values of excellence, authenticity and simplicity.
The hotel rooms reflect the aesthetic of an onshore sailor’s cabin and have unique design elements like nautical charts of the lake, regatta collectibles, and pieces from international adventures. The infusion of natural design can be seen in the brick walls, marble basements, and solid wood floors throughout the hotel.
“La Muña” Restaurant
Perched on the sixth floor, the hotel’s restaurant “La Muña” offers two rooftop terraces with 360° views of the historic center. The lake and the Alps can be seen in the distance, offering a laid back atmosphere. The interior stuns with original brick walls and wooden floors, harbor-master’s office furniture, and colorful Persian rugs. “La Muña’s” cuisine combines different textures and flavors from Japan and Peru, made with locally sourced ingredients.
“Eden Kitchen & Bar”
With its large bay windows, boat oars, and red wood, the second restaurant “Eden Kitchen & Bar” creates a warm and relaxed atmosphere. The large, open kitchen stages a non-stop show, allowing guests to admire the expert touch of the team. Elegant and varied, the wine list reflects vineyards from all over the world, including great appellations from Switzerland and France, with a special place for the Michel Reybier estates.