Lucerne is located in the German-speaking part of the country, and the Hotel Palace Luzernis set like a stately sentinel on the shores of Lake Luzern (der Vierwaldstättersee), with the Mount Pilatus and Rigi in the Swiss Alps as a background.
Although Lucerne has been for a long time a destination for tourists, Palace Luzern, due to its historical background, has been a legendary landmark of the city offering its guest a wealth old-world charm, for over 100 years.
For the past years, Palace Luzern has invested for the past years nearly 30 million Swiss francs in extensive modernization. Behind the hotel’s imposing neo-classic façade, there are a lot of suites and rooms radiating an elegant aesthetic, with the finest furnishings and fabrics. The decoration of the whole hotel reflects the most sophisticated and superior standards of the high-end clientele.
All the rooms of this lovely Hotel has its own unique character combining a contemporary interior design with a warm, cosy and airy space. The colour palate that can be found within the property has the influence of the close proximity of the Lake Luzern and the snow-capped peaks on the background.
Palace Luzern has 73 spacious rooms, 55 junior and deluxe suites, the Palace Suite and the exclusive Suite of Arts. Every single one of the rooms is bigger and either with a contemporary or classical style.
Wireless, telephone and private voicemail are standard amenities that the guests can find in every room. Many of them have their own terrace or balcony, with exclusive views over the Lake and Alps.
In the words of the Management, luxury “means more than having time. It also means having enough space to enjoy it”. And Palace Luzern has it all, the most luxury design suites and enough space within its rooms.
Rest and relaxation have not been forgotten in this new approach of the hotel, as they spent 13 million Swiss Francs in the creation of the exclusive SPA, inaugurated in 2005, which has a private rental room just of couple with the most romantic ambience.
Since 2014 the Palace SPA offers two new experiences, the Fire of life that provides a heart diagnosis and answers about health and lifestyle, and the world’s giant singing bowl that allows a unique experience with its vibration.
The architect Max Schmid and interior designer Dominique Couture focused their attentions in the achievement of harmony between the used hues and high-grade woods. Actually the furnishings were made from tulipwood, palisander and olive ash, and the lamps were specially created, based on the designs of Dominique Couture by a master lamp-maker in Lyon (France), for the Hotel with handcrafted bronze and silver-plated finishes.
Only the finest fabrics are used for beds, curtains and seating ranging from wool, silk and cotton to leather.
The bathrooms reflect an elegant style from the Belle Epoque period, and some of them have the bath separated by a ceiling-high glass partition.
The international cuisine has not been forgotten in this whole luxury ambience. The RestaurantJasper has been the culinary heart of this five-star establishment since 2003, and been awarded with 1 Michelin star. So a totally contemporary and unique atmosphere is waiting for the wealthiest guests with the dishes of the Executive Chef Armin Egli.
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Les Artistes, the Hotel’s breakfast restaurant, is a stunning gem of the 1930s period and is the perfect sitting to begin a day of business or leisure in Lucerne. Another popular meeting point is the cosy Palace Bar, located next to the hotel lobby, in the style of traditional English hotel bars. In there guests are assured a warm welcome and can enjoy a delicious drink to the accompaniment of live piano music.
Palace Luzern grants you a luxurious 5 stars service and all the comfort you need to make your stay complete. The helpful staff even gives you advice concerning concert tickets, restaurant reservations, visits to cultural events and attractions, excursion trips, sports activities, shopping, nightlife tips and trends, and much more.
Source: Covet Edition Magazine