Savoir Vivre for Moms
This is based on a two-week course. The first week we have a Pilgrimage to Holy Land. The second week is at Le Châtelard Academy where mother and daughter can live special moments and courses together here.
Le Châtelard, an institution which specializes in the formation of human values for today’s young woman that’s why we invite moms to participate in a cultural and personal enrichment and renewal, designed especially for them.
Check out our programs:
Le Cordon Bleu cooking course, Image & Style, Chocolate making, Wine and cheese tasting, Etiquette (refinement and good manners), given by a professional teacher from the Hôtel School of Lausanne. Introduction to Wine Tasting. And Wine & cheese/chocolate tasting session; Flower arrangements; Wood carving and paiting (optional); Napkin folding.
Most of the classes will be in English and very few in Spanish.
Classes in English :
- Cordon Bleu culinary session
- Image & Style
- Introduction to Wine tasting and Wine& cheese/chocolate tasting session
- Napkin folding
- Flower arrangement
Classes in Spanish:
- Visit of the chocolate factory
The mass will be in French and the Homily in English
You will go to:
- Chocolate factory in Broc
- Gruyères (optional trip)
If you participate in the 2 weeks (Jerusalem and Le Châtelard), the cost is CHF. 4’858
- Transportation from Airport to Hotel on June 7th 2017 (Just for moms whose flights are arriving at 16:15 pm and between 17:00 and 18:00 pm.)
- Transportation by train from Montreux to Les Avants (you will receive a pass from the hotel)
- 8 nights at the Hotel Suisse Majestic in a double room from Wednesday June 7th to Wednesday 14th
- Hotel includes breakfast every day
- For Thursday 15th breakfast is also included
- Excursion in Broc
- Visit to Gstaad
- Optional outing to Gruyeres
- All the courses at le Châtelard from Wednesday to Tuesday
- Lunch at le Châtelard
- If you want a single room, you have to pay extra
Yes, the breakfast is included.
You have to check out after your breakfast.
You will be sharing a double room.
If you wish to have a single room, it is possible but you will need to pay an extra cost of CHF 67.50 per night directly at the hotel.
No, it is compulsory to sleep at the Grand Hotel Suisse Majestic in order to have a good arrangement with hotel and to facilitate the logistics.
Rooms are double, not triple. If you have any request for your roommate, please tell us.
You will receive a free card to take the train every day from Montreux to Les Avants or you can take a taxi at your own cost (CHF 25—more or less one way).
If you are going on your own you must pay. It is not included (this taxi) and we can help you in ordering a taxi or to take the train.
But, If you are staying the night of Thursday 15th to Friday 16th (at your own expense), you will have the possibility to go with the group of students who are leaving to Geneva airport on Friday morning (early).
NO, it is compulsory to arrive at the beginning of the course which starts on Wednesday June 7th. NO, you cannot come as an accompanying. If you are coming, you will have to participate with the others.
Yes you can leave after the classes are finished. You are free and can be with your friends or family and enjoy time with them.
You have to be at all activities and attend classes every day.
This special course is a unique way to discover and “make the experience” of what your daughter has learned and lived during the whole year, and to offer you the opportunity to spend some moments with her here.
NO. This course is for ladies and is a unique moment for you to spend with your daughter who has lived here.
NO, this special course is only for parents or family (grandmothers, aunt)
Your daughter can be with you during the moments when they don’t have classes or exams.
Not during their exams, but will have to pay an extra cost for their accommodation directly at the hotel.
Yes. She can´t sleep anymore in the Academy. Just stay in the Academy the girls whose parents did not come at the closing ceremony.
The ladies will receive a certificate at the end of the course.
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