Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues Geneva unveiled 1834 Fragrance in Celebration of its 184th birthday.
“The city’s first hotel, and still the first choice of sophisticated travellers and world statesmen, has been a landmark on Lake Geneva since 1834. Now, as Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues, it blends a revitalized sense of history with comfort, relaxation and warm, genuine personal service.”
184 years ago the Hotel des Bergues Geneva opened its doors. The first hotel built in Geneva, it quickly became the first to obtain a five-star classification.
Now known as Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues Geneva since 2005, the luxury Hotel is part of the historical and architectural heritage of the city, and more broadly of Switzerland. Dear in the heart of Geneva, he has always welcomed famous travel.ers from around the world from writers and politicians to industrialists or royalty. It remains today and exclusive address that offers exceptional service, and a certain elegance in an authentic setting full of history and stories.
To celebrate its May 1 birthday, Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues unveils the 1834 candle and its fragrances of amber wood, patchouli and oriental nutmeg. The musky notes adds sensuality and delicacy to the scent of this hospitality candle. The olfactory identity of Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues will now be able to travel around the world.
1834 lends its perfume to a spray and scented sticks, as well as in a cocktail and in aromatherapy. The exceptional creation of Sophie Larrouture and her team of Bar Les Bergues is a delicate and subtle pink, slightly creamy, astonishing guests with its alliance of essential oils of patchouli, gin and white cocoa liquor.
The fragrance is also present in the massage with the 1834 Alpina Aroma Massage at the Mont Blanc Spa, a unique aromatherapeutic massage with essential oils.
THIS SUMMER, FOUR SEASONS HOTEL DES BERGUES GENEVA INTRODUCES A NEW JAPANESE STREET FOOD CONCEPT AT SHIMA RESTAURANT ON ILE ROUSSEAU
Gourmands and the curious will have the opportunity to enjoy Japanese cuisine at Shima restaurant on Ile Rousseau, Geneva.
Thanks to the creative collaboration of Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues Geneva Chef Mitsuru Tsukada, a varied offer of Japanese dishes are proposed at Shima restaurant located on the emblematic Rousseau Island owned by the City of Geneva. Shima, which means “island” in Japanese, has 30 seats in the shade of trees and parasols. Open from 12:00 noon to 7:00 pm for the months of April and May 2018, Shima will extend its schedule until 10:00 pm during the summer. The simple, refined and accessible menu reveals a choice of appetisers to share, ceviches, salads, main dishes and desserts.