Hotel Ermitage Evian Resort
Inspired by nature to provide a warm and friendly atmosphere
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Built in 1908-1909 by architect Henri Martinet, from the moment it opened it received a prominent clientele and well-known families including the Schlumbergers, Singers and the Countess of Castellane. The hotel was open until the 1930s, was transformed into a hospital in 1950 and subsequently became a renal centre in 1967. It was bought in 1991 by the Evian Mineral Water Company, and after a long period of refurbishment, the Ermitage was returned to its initial purpose. In 1993, a conference centre and spa were added to the hotel.
Restaurants & Bars
La Table- Our Chef and his brigade serve mouthwatering, seasonal, gourmet cuisine full of French flavors.
La Bibliotheque - A cozy feel to it where reading and sampling fine food are in total harmony.
Le Birdie - Enjoy a wide selection of teas, herbal teas, cold drinks, wines and spirits as well as an extensive list of 1920s and 1940s cocktails made true to tradition plus Martini and Champagne cocktail variations.
La Chaise Longue - The poolside bar, invites you to create your own salad, just the way you like it, from a wide selection of ingredients.