How to find us

GPS Coordinates:

46°10’31.73”N
6°51’59.56”E

Our address:

Boutique Hotel Beau-Séjour & SPA
Rue du village 114
1874 Champéry

Public Transportation

The arrival by public transport is done by the train station of the city of "Aigle".

From Geneva airport, you can go to Aigle directly or sometimes with a change in Lausanne. In Aigle, you change for the AOMC train to Champéry (not Champéry-Village).

From Zurich airport, you have to change trains 2 or 3 times. Then, in Aigle, change for the AOMC train to Champéry (not Champéry-Village).

From Basel airport, you have to change train 3 times. Then, in Aigle, change for the AOMC train to Champéry (not Champéry-Village).

You can find detailed timetables and fares at www.cff.ch.

Once in Champéry, during high season or on weekends, you can take the "Road Train" from Champéry to the Hotel, or call the hotel to pick you up.

You will find below how to reach us by car.

Access to the hotel From Geneva

  • From Genève take the A1 motorway (E25/E62) in the direction of “Lausanne”. When you approach Lausanne after about 45 minutes, follow the signs for “Simplon/Gd-St-Bernard/Vevey-Montreux/Lausanne-Nord/Fribourg”, you will be on the A9 motorway.
  • About 35 minutes later, after “Villeneuve” and the region of “Aigle”, you will find exit n° 18 named “St-Triphon” or “Pas-de-Morgins”.
  • Turn right towards the mountains that were on your right on the Highway. Take the 3rd exit at the roundabout/giratory in the direction of Portes-du-Soleil.
  • Go through 2 more roundabouts to find yourself in a tunnel that goes up towards the valley, named Val d’Illiez.
  • You will pass Troitorrents, Val d’Illiez and end up in Champéry.
  • When you arrive at the entrance to the Village of Champéry, follow the brown tourist signs indicating “Beau-Séjour”.

From Zurich

  • Take the A1/A4 motorway (E41/E60) in the direction of “Bern”.
  • When you approach Bern after about 1h15, follow the signs for “Gd-St-Bernard/Vevey”, you will be on the A12 motorway
  • About 50 minutes later, you will arrive in the Vevey area with a separation that takes you to the A9 Highway.
  • Take the direction of “Simplon/Gd-St-Bernard/Martigny/Montreux/Vevey/E62/A9”.
  • After “Villeneuve” and the “Aigle” region, you will find exit n° 18 named “St-Triphon” or “Pas-de-Morgins”.
  • Turn right towards the mountains that were on your right on the Highway. Take the 3rd exit at the roundabout/giratory in the direction of Portes-du-Soleil.
  • Pass another 2 roundabouts / gyratories to find yourself in a tunnel that goes up towards the valley, named Val d’Illiez.
  • You will pass Troitorrents, Val d’Illiez and end up in Champéry.
  • When you arrive at the entrance to the Village of Champéry, follow the brown tourist signs indicating “Beau-Séjour”.

From Lausanne

  • follow the signs for “Simplon/Gd-St-Bernard”, you will be on the A9 motorway.
  • After “Villeneuve” and the “Aigle” region, you will find exit n° 18 named “St-Triphon” or “Pas-de-Morgins”.
  • Turn right towards the mountains that were on your right on the Highway.
  • Take the 3rd exit at the roundabout/giratory in the direction ofPortes-du-Soleil.
  • Pass another 2 roundabouts / gyratories to find yourself in a tunnel that goes up towards the valley, named Val d’Illiez. After Troitorrents, Val d’Illiez and at the end, Champéry. When you arrive at the entrance of the Village of Champéry, follow the tourist signs “Beau-Séjour”.

From Sion

  • Take the direction of «Lausanne/Gd-St-Bernard/Martigny/Montreux/Vevey/E62/A9».
  • After «St-Maurice» and the region «Bex», take the exit n° 18 «St-Triphon» or «Pas-de-Morgins».
  • Turn right towards the mountains that were on your left on the Highway.
  • Take the 3rd exit at the roundabout/giratory in the direction of Portes-du-Soleil.
  • Pass another 2 roundabouts / gyratories to find yourself in a tunnel that goes up towards the valley, named Val d’Illiez. After Troitorrents, Val d’Illiez and at the end, Champéry. When you arrive at the entrance of the Village of Champéry, follow the tourist signs “Beau-Séjour”.