Montreux Palace Appoints New Director of Operations

Montreux Palace, a 235-room property on the shores of Lake Geneva, has appointed Martin Yves Reinshagen as the new director of operations. Montreux Palace is currently renovating and redesigning 100 guest rooms and a restaurant by internationally acclaimed interior designer Fiona Thompson of Richmond International, best known for the redesign of Trianon Palace, Versailles.

With 10 years’ experience in the hospitality industry, Reinshagen has joined Montreux Palace after a successful tenure as food and beverage director at Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten in Hamburg, Germany. While holding this position, Reinshagen was responsible for overseeing five restaurants, including Haerlin, a Michelin-starred fine dining restaurant, two bars, in-room dining, and the hotel banquet and catering departments.

Prior to joining the Fairmont team, Reinshagen held several managerial positions at the Royal Livingstone, Zambia; The Design Hotel al Port, Lachen; Swissotel Stamford; and the Como Hotel & Resort Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos. Educated at the Hotel School in Lucerne, Martin Yves Reinshagen is of Swiss heritage and is fluent in English, German, and French.

Montreux Palace, built in 1906, offers 190 rooms and 45 suites and junior suites, 12 conference and meeting rooms with the latest technologies and the 21,000 square foot Willow Stream Spa.


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