Looking out over Lake Geneva from an altitude of 1000 metres, the Caux centre can accommodate up to 400 people. Formerly the Caux-Palace Hotel, in 1946 it became an international meeting place, thanks to the generous contributions in time, talent and money of many volunteers.
Most bedrooms have a bathroom with bathtube or shower and two beds, so participants may be asked to share rooms. Please indicate on the application form if you particularly require a single room. Bedrooms can be reached directly by phone; there is no radio or TV. The public parts of the building and a computer room are equipped with Wifi and available for a small fee.
In Caux, it can be quite chilly; you may want to bring some warm clothes.
Find more information at http://www.caux.ch