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Château Mercier

The Château Mercier is a unique place, combining architecture, culture and outstanding gardens. An ideal place to hold a seminar, it offers tailored services, including catering and accommodation.

The Château Mercier occupies a superb position on Pradegg hill, above Sierre. It was built between 1906 and 1908 by the Mercier de Molin family, a well-known family of tanners from Lausanne.

A real architectural jewel of the Sierre region, ownership of the Château was transferred to the cantonal authorities in 1970, with a view to mixed use for cultural purposes and hospitality.

The Château Mercier enjoys a unique setting very close to the centre of Sierre and has been carefully redesigned to offer the following:

  • An English-style landscaped park, covering 37,126 m2 and open to the public all year round;
  • 4 fully-equipped conference rooms, accommodating a maximum of 40 people and suitable for seminars, meetings and receptions;
  • An on-site catering service;
  • Reserved car park;
  • 22 well-appointed bedrooms.

Throughout the year, the Château Mercier also hosts a number of cultural events and provides guided tours.  

 

 

 


 

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