Baron Tavernier

Where?
Route de la Corniche 4
At this little paradise, you get to enjoy one of the most spectacular views of the wine terraces of Lavaux UNESCO while tasting the wines and products from the region. Le Baron Tavernier and its Le Deck restaurant are members of the Vaud Œnotourisme network, which offers personalized experiences for epicureans.
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Address

Route de la Corniche 4
1070 Puidoux-Chexbres

How to get there

Opening hours
Restaurant: 12 (noon) to 2pm and 7pm to 9pm.
Terrasse: from April to the end of September, 11am to 10pm and from October to the end of March, 11am to 9pm.
Capacity: Standing, 120 / Seated, 80.
Breakfast CHF 25.- / person (if not included in the rate).
City tax per person per night (from 16 years old) in addition.
Free indoor and outdoor parking.
Wheelchair accessible.
Spa with Privilège access by appointment, CHF 25.- / person.

More info
From the Le Deck terrace, Le Baron Tavernier Hotel, Restaurant & Spa in Chexbres offers one of the most spectacular views of the entire Lavaux region.

At this little paradise, you get to enjoy one of the most spectacular views of the wine terraces of Lavaux UNESCO while tasting the wines and products from the region. Le Baron Tavernier and its Le Deck restaurant are members of the Vaud Œnotourisme network, which offers personalized experiences for epicureans.

With its breathtaking views of the Alps, Lake Geneva and the terraced vineyards of Lavaux UNESCO, Le Baron Tavernier has become a favourite among locals and visitors alike. What better way to enjoy an authentic Lavaux experience than to take in one of the area’s most spectacular views while tasting local wines and products from the region?

The restaurant Le Deck exudes an elegant and intimate atmosphere. The chef pampers his guests with traditional French cuisine, which is inspired by his travels and based on local and seasonal products. The wines play a crucial role here, as befits this fine establishment overlooking the vineyards and certified member of the Vaud Œnotourisme network. For a more in-depth tasting experience, the hotel invites its guests to visit the Le Bon Sauvage wine-tasting bar and organizes activities in the vineyards upon request.

Conceived as a tribute to the greatest explorer of the 17th century, Jean-Baptiste Tavernier, the hotel has 26 rooms, including two elegantly furnished suites with balconies, terraces and spectacular views of the lake.
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