The Conference Centre: the Caux Palace

Caux Palace

CATS is hosted by the Caux Foundation at the Caux Conference Centre.

Once known as the Caux – Palace Hotel, the conference centre has now been an international meeting place for over half a century. The first conference, built to facilitate reconciliation between countries, was held in 1946 and has continued to host inspiring and encouraging summer conferences ever since.

Today, during the summertime, Caux is a place for reflection, sharing and community building, where people all participate in moving forward together. Set at an altitude of 1000 metres in the Swiss mountains looking out over Lake Geneva, the Caux centre can host up to 400 people who have the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful environment while growing as individuals.

Getting to Caux

Experience the sun above Lake Geneva and discover this environment full of solidarity, health, and lovely people.

How to get there:

By plane: find flights to Geneva International Airport, the closest to the conference venue. There is a train station on the ground floor from which you can take a train directly to Montreux. In Montreux, you can take the small train that goes up the mountain and stops in Caux.

By train: There are trains to Montreux coming from the mains Swiss train stations such as Zürich, Berne, Bâle, Geneva Cornavin and Lucerne. Once you arrive in Montreux, you can take the small train that goes up the mountain and stops in Caux. Visit

By car: Find your way to Montreux through “Autoroute du Rhone” or “Autoroute du Léman”. In Montreux, take “Route de Caux” that will lead you up the mountain to Palace of Caux.

Click here for a detailed map of the area.


Rue du Panorama 2

CH-1824 Caux

Tel.: +41 (0)21 962 91 11

Fax: + 41 (0)21 962 93 55


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