Interlaken in Interlaken-Oberhasli (District), Bern, Switzerland
Hotel Beau Rivage
This palatial building, influenced by French Neo-Renaissance architecture, was rebuilt in 1899/1900 by Josef Döpfer from Lucerne and architect Bernhard Hauser following a fire. The impressive structure with its central risalit (sic) in the main elevation and polygonal corner tower, clearly dominates the scene at the crossroads. Despite various extensions with dining room and indoor swimming pool, the appearance of the Beau Rivages has been largely retained and the establishment is still one of the finest hotel buildings in Interlaken. Also worthy of note are the belle époque ballroom and the park-like garden with its striking boundary fence and walls.
Location. 46° 41.355′ N, 7° 51.874′ E. Marker is in Interlaken, Bern, in Interlaken-Oberhasli (District). Marker is on Höheweg just from Beaurivage-Brücke, on the left when traveling west. Touch for map. Marker is at or near this postal address: Hirschenplatz 90, Interlaken, Bern 3800, Switzerland.
Other nearby markers. At least 7 other markers are within 16 kilometers of this marker, measured as the crow flies. On the Panorama Mountain in Just a Few Minutes (within shouting distance of this marker); Adolf Guyer-Zeller - A Railway up the Jungfrau (about 150 meters away, measured in a direct line); From Spa Hall to Congress Centre (approx. half a kilometer away); Casino Interlaken - Fun and Games since 1859 (approx. half a kilometer away); From Jungfrauenberg to Jungfrau (approx. 0.6 kilometers away); Sir Arnold Lunn (approx. 14.2 kilometers away); James Bond: Curling on the Terrace/Attack on Piz Gloria (approx. 14.9 kilometers away).
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