At the top of the Berneuse, in Leysin, Le Kuklos revolving restaurant completes one turn every hour and a half, taking you on a breathtaking tour of the Alps, during which you can admire the Mont-Blanc, the Dents du Midi, the Tour d’Aï and Tour de Mayen, and many other alpine peaks, from the comfort of your seat.
More than a mountain restaurant, Le Kuklos is unique in French-speaking Switzerland. Whether you’re seated on the terrace or behind the huge glass walls, you can enjoy a 360 degree panorama in the space of an hour and a half. The imperceptible rotation of Le Kuklos affords diners views of the Alps, Lake Geneva, the Vaudois Riviera, the Jura mountain range and the Rhône valley.
Open every day from December to April and June to October, Le Kuklos is easy to get to via the cable car running from the centre of Leysin to the Berneuse. With hiking and skiing from the Berneuse, the animal park and the play areas at Le Kuklos, this is a very popular location with families.
A pioneer of ecotourism, Le Kuklos is the starting point of the renewable energies trail and its these solar panels that help the restaurant to revolve. For après-ski and mountain-top events, Bar 2048 (the altitude of the Berneuse) welcomes guests in a festive atmosphere on its terrace with a removal roof.
Acces by cable car or on foot.
According to the cablecar's opening times and depending on the weather.