Hotel Mona, formerly known as the Eurotel, stands as a prominent architectural landmark in Montreux.
 Constructed between 1965 and 1967 based on the designs of architect Roland Gonin, the triangular hotel tower was a significant addition to the city’s skyline. At its inauguration, the Eurotel boasted 320 beds across 16 floors, making it the largest hotel built in Switzerland since 1920, reflecting the period's expanding tourism industry.
Hotel Mona - facade
Hotel Mona - facade
Hotel Mona - facade
Hotel Mona - facade
In recent years, the hotel underwent a major renovation under the direction of local architect Christophe Lombardo, which revitalized its aesthetics and gave it a distinct retro vibe.
Hotel Mona - spiral staircase
Hotel Mona - spiral staircase
Hotel Mona - spiral staircase
Hotel Mona - spiral staircase
Rebranded as the Hotel Mona, its new name pays homage to Montreux’s ancient roots, derived from "Monasteriolo", meaning "small monastery", the earliest known written mention of the city dating back to the 11th century.
guest room
guest room
balcony with view over Lake Geneva
balcony with view over Lake Geneva
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