- Located at the centre of Lausanne – one of the most inspiring cities in Switzerland – Lausanne Palace concentrates the essence of the city within its walls while watching over the Olympic capital with a mysterious and attractive air.
- Supervised by Michelin-starred chef Edgard Bovier, the hotel’s four unique restaurants offer innovative Mediterranean, French and Japanese cuisine.
- Featuring magnificent views across Lake Geneva to the Alps, the hotel is in the heart of Lausanne offering easy access to the old town and business district.
- The extensive CBE Concept Spa boasts a comprehensive menu of treatments as well as a fully-equipped gym, pool, sauna, hammam and Yogi Booster bar.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Local architect Mario Botta’s dazzling church—with its striking stripes and checkerboard pattern done in local stone—was built in the 1990s in the hamlet of Mogno.
This favorite spot in Massagno serves local cuisine, including fresh seafood, roasted meats and homemade pasta, in an informal setting.
This park in Morcote showcases such plants as cedar, pine, camphor, magnolia, eucalyptus and azalea, as well as original art work.
From this spot on the mountain in front of Lugano, you’ll have a spectacular view of the gulf, the town and surrounding mountains.
For a very special lunch or dinner (from October to March), book this excursion, which lets you enjoy a cheese fondue while traveling in a horse-drawn carriage.
This museum devoted to the famous writer is located in the village of Montagnola, where he lived from 1919 to 1931.
Lugano’s central pedestrian street has a fine collection of exclusive shops, selling jewelry, watches, fashion and local products.
Since opening in 1915, the Lausanne Palace has been one of the city’s social hubs, providing a meeting place for locals and an escape for visitors. With unsurpassed views of Lake Geneva and the Alps, the hotel offers a natural sense of wellness in sync with the acclaimed spa. Programs are tailored to a guest’s specific needs, and the healing properties of the indoor pool, sauna, and hammam are complemented by traditional and ancient therapies. Under the helm of one-star Michelin chef Edgard Bovier, the Palace’s kitchen offers various cuisines, from gourmet, Parisian, Mediterranean, and Japanese to healthy raw food at the spa. To round out this culinary experience, guests will enjoy wines from the nearby Lavaux UNESCO World Heritage Site in the private cellar, the chef ’s exclusive olive oils, and creative cocktails in one of our three glamorous bars.
The cultural and economic dynamic of Lausanne fills the hotel with a stimulating vibe. With its attention to detail and exclusive atmosphere, Lausanne Palace mirrors the confidence and boldness of its guests. Once you climb the stairs to your room and your eyes fall on the soothing panorama of Lake Geneva and the Alps, you will feel a sense of serenity flooding every fibre of your being.
Let yourself be carried away by the decoration and the layout of our rooms. Find all the comfort in each of our 140 rooms, filled with charm and elegance.
Business Room City View
The warm and respectful welcome you receive at Lausanne Palace feels like meeting old friends, even if it is your first visit. This sensation is a lasting one and will accompany you through the impressive lobby with its stylised tree, to the lift, down the British-style corridors right to your Business Room. The view of the cathedral and the charming little streets of Lausanne is both familiar and surprising from up here. Staying in one of these exclusive rooms will allow you to relax as much as you need and stimulate you for a perfect business or leisure stay.
Executive Room City View
Having taken the lift – which very much looks like it escaped from a London mansion – and having walked down the plush corridors of Lausanne Palace, you will already feel you have discovered a well-kept secret. Decorated in a contemporary and elegant style, the Executive City rooms appear to say that anything is possible here. Once you have familiarised yourself with your room, its office area and its large marble bathroom, your Lausanne adventure can begin.
Executive Room Partial Lake View
Having taken the lift – which very much looks like it escaped from a London mansion – and having walked down the plush corridors of Lausanne Palace, you will already feel you have discovered a well-kept secret. Decorated in a contemporary and elegant style, the Executive City rooms appear to say that anything is possible here. Lausanne has two faces: thrilling city and soothing port. To be able to enjoy these opposites in one place is a rare opportunity you should make the most of. Thanks to their central location and great views, the Executive rooms at Lausanne Palace give you the best of both worlds.
Deluxe Room Lake View
Lausanne has two faces: thrilling city and soothing port. To be able to enjoy these opposites in one place is a rare opportunity you should make the most of. Thanks to their central location and great views, the Deluxe Lake rooms at Lausanne Palace give you the best of both worlds. Some even feature a private panoramic balcony, spoiling you with refreshing views of Lake Geneva and the Alps when you take a break between two business meetings or shopping sprees.
Junior Suite City View
Lounge comfortably on a sofa in the living room and peruse a magazine, take a bath in the marble bathroom, relax in the exceptionally comfortable bed, admire the view of the cathedral or the city of Lausanne (some Junior Suites even have their own balcony): the real luxury of the Junior Suite City View at Lausanne Palace is to have the choice. It is possible to adapt the rooms to your needs by linking two Junior Suites.
Junior Suite Lake View
Wherever you are in the Junior Suite Lake – in the lounge area, on the comfy bed or on the balcony (available with some rooms) – Lake Geneva and the Alps are always in sight, reassuring, steadfast. With its spacious shower and comfortable bathtub, the bathroom – though without a view – is designed for pure self-indulgence.
Suite City View
The spacious City Suites have plenty of natural daylight flooding in, enhancing the white and cream colour scheme as well as the light wood of the contemporary furniture, making every stay in Lausanne an unforgettable experience. The breathtaking view of the city will reinforce your feeling of being right in the thick of things, lots of thrilling surprises waiting round the corner.
Suite Lake View
You’ll be struggling to choose your favourite part: the lounge area with decorative fireplace, the large bathroom or the balcony / private terrace overlooking Lake Geneva and the Alps. The Lake Suite is so perfect, you’ll be tempted to stay indefinitely.
Contemporary and refined, the Presidential Suites at Lausanne Palace spoil their guests with exceptional private spaces, as well as a splendid view of Lake Geneva and the Alps. The luxurious bathroom with jacuzzi, the private bar, the dressing room and the precious wooden furniture will enhance your stay, making it elegant and a guaranteed success.
Perfect for relaxation, work or letting your mind wander, the lounge has a decorative fireplace, an escritoire and two chairs. The living room features a comfortable sofa and a plush armchair. The bedroom comes with a decorative fireplace and a chaise longue. All marble and warm colours, the bathroom has a beautiful free-standing bathtub, as well as a toilet, two sinks and a spacious shower. A second bathroom, adjacent to the living room and designed in the same colour-scheme and with the same materials, features a large shower, a bath and a sink.
Coco Chanel Suite
Covering 170 m², the suite features a large living room with decorative marble fireplace, a cosy corner with plasma TV and a dining table for dinners and receptions. The master bedroom has a big contemporary bed. An adjoining office can be used for work, while a large dressing room covering 24 m² and featuring an English shower completes this charming apartment. To top it all off, the cream-coloured marble bathroom has a bathtub, dressing table and separate toilet.
Supervised by Michelin-starred chef Edgard Bovier, the hotel’s four unique restaurants offer innovative Mediterranean, French and Japanese cuisine.
La Table d’Edgard
Since the arrival of chef Edgard Bovier in 2004, La Table d’Edgard has become the flagship restaurant of Lausanne Palace. Michelin-starred and rated at 18/20 by Gault & Millau, this gourmet restaurant has become the hotel’s “creative laboratory”. Guaranteeing an exceptional cuisine, it meets all the expectations you would have of a 5-star hotel, while remaining faithful to the convivial soul of Lausanne Palace. Its central location and its unobstructed view of Lake Geneva and the Alps give it an atmosphere that is both urban and peaceful.
Brasserie Grand Chene
Designed in a typical Parisian style, Brasserie du Grand Chêne at Lausanne Palace has captured the charm of the past. Green leather benches, polished parquet flooring, brass ornaments and a solid wooden staircase give it a pleasantly classic and somewhat theatrical atmosphere. Take a comfy seat at one of the tables on the raised platform, or spend some quality time at the bar. You will feel as if you are both spectator and actor in a play set in a gourmet restaurant. Any moment now, a member of a rock band or a glamorous French actor could enter – as indeed they have done on many occasions in the past. Read the brass plaques engraved with famous names adorning the walls to see who was here before you.
Located halfway between Lausanne main station and the trendy Flon district, LP’s Bar is a place where celebrities, successful business people and the younger generations go to party. It has a colonial yet modern style. The dim lighting makes for a cosy atmosphere and sets the scene for a legendary bar, where you can either go to be seen or to relax in peace. LP’s Bar aims to fulfil your every wish, from morning to evening. During the day, it is the perfect place for a coffee or tea break, as it is so close to the centre yet so far from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Le Côté Jardin welcomes its breakfast guests with a bright and open terrace lined with trees, offering a great view of Lake Geneva and the Alps. At lunchtime and in the evening, the restaurant is frequented by locals, tourists and hotel guests alike, all keen to enjoy the antipasti buffet full of sunny flavours prepared by none other than chef Edgard Bovier himself. His quality Mediterranean cuisine has earned Le Côté Jardin a score of 14 points by the prestigious food guide Gault & Millau.
Sushi Zen Palace
The Yakiniku is at your table! This method of traditional Japanese cooking with charcoal allows you to cook your succulent selection of meats and vegetables. Enjoy the beautiful weather and a friendly moment on the terrace of Sushi Zen Palace. The Yakiniku will transport your taste buds to the land of the rising sun!
Sitting comfortably on a sofa under the stylised tree – a landmark feature of Lausanne Palace – you are sure to be enchanted by the coquettish atmosphere of Bar 1915. Nothing but the occasional sound of suitcase wheels gently rattling by on the polished floor would suggest that this bar is located at the heart of a hotel lobby. Named after the year Lausanne Palace was opened, Bar 1915 is an integral part of the hotel, popular with locals and guests for gourmet coffee breaks.
Thought through in minute detail, Yogi Booster is a place where health is promoted with natural nutrition. The innovative idea came from restaurants where vegan, organic and detox foods restore people’s desire to “eat well”. “Tell me what you eat, and I’ll tell you who you are” – this concept, embracing a completely balanced and organic plant-based diet, provides an answer to all those who are concerned with “living better”.
The extensive CBE Concept Spa boasts a comprehensive menu of treatments as well as a fully-equipped gym, pool, sauna, hammam and Yogi Booster bar.
The Spa is a veritable wellness mecca in the heart of Lausanne. This unique place combines beauty treatments with the essentials of health, wellbeing, nutrition and sports. The relaxation area, as well as the wellness and treatments at Spa are open to the public.
As soon as we enter the communal areas – the heated indoor pool, the relaxation areas, the jacuzzi, the sections reserved exclusively for women / men, including saunas and hammams – we let ourselves be carried away by the relaxing atmosphere, knowing that the business meeting or get-together with friends can wait, but is nonetheless just around the corner.