Historic grandeur meets contemporary design
Set on the lakeshore promenade in Lucerne’s historic old town and with stunning panoramic views of Lake Lucerne and the Alps, family-owned Hotel Schweizerhof Lucerne has been enchanting guests since 1845 and has played host to many a writer, musician and artist over the years.
Behind its resplendent neo-classical facade the reception areas fully reflect its 19th century splendour, with the sophisticated and contemporary style guest rooms and suites each designed to tell a story about one of its past, illustrious guests.
Culinary delights can be savoured at the award-winning fine dining restaurant Pavillon or in the a la carte speciality restaurant Galerie where market-fresh cuisine is served each day and various award-winning chefs make the occasional guest appearance.
The hotel has a long-standing tradition of hosting a variety of Lucerne’s many festivals and its trendy bar with live music is often the spot for after-show celebrations.
Facilities include a wellness centre and a gym, with the Culture & Convention Centre and the impressive lakeside lido, Lucerne Nationalquai, both reached on foot in less than ten minutes.
Not all facilities are complimentary and are subject to seasonal demand.
This historic lakeside hotel is famed for hosting a wide range of festivals, such as the Retro Festival of ‘70s and ‘80s music and the lively Blue Balls Festival; stars often party here afterwards