Palace Luzern is a gorgeous hotel that is right on the lake. The room was large and the bathroom was large as well compared to other European hotels. Our converters would not work and we just had to sign for one when they brought it to our room and returned it when we left. Any time we needed anything or had room service, the staff was there within minutes. We have never had this kind of service even in the states. It is within walking distance to everything if you enjoy walking. What better way to see the city.
Traveller from Indiana
Situated on the boardwalk, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Lake Side Promenade and Loewenplatz. Lucerne Town …More
Really good hotel, little things like a really comfey bed, kettle and coffee in room which is unsual and staff were great. Views were great and i really like the amount of live music in the hotel, overall excellent hotel
Unique, surprising, different. The ART DECO HOTEL MONTANA Lucerne enchants its guests with a harmonious art deco atmosphere …More
Room lake view stunning
Facilities just ok swimming pool should be updated .
Breakfast excellent but a bit expensive for not much food variety .
over all you well love it after staying in a lake view room having free coff and tea in the room but a bit noisy if staying all day in the room .
Thanks to the lovely staff
Created in the 1870s by Cesar Ritz and Auguste Escoffier, this lakeside hotel is a Lucerne landmark, 400 metres from Lion …More
One of the most beautiful and unique hotels we have ever stayed in. Staff was excellent. The grounds are perfectly maintained. Delicious breakfast included. Outstanding views of the city. Evening bartender was meticulous with drink making! The decorating is top notch. Overall wonderful experience.
Traveller from Boston
Situated in Lucerne, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Franciscan Church, Chapel Bridge, and Lucerne Town Hall. Loewenplatz …More
Home to nearly 60,000 people, Lucerne, on Lake Lucerne, is primarily a tourist destination due to its natural beauty of the lake and nearby Swiss Alps. The Chapel Bridge, a wooden bridge from the 14th century, is a top tourist attraction. Lucerne also boasts the Swiss Transport Museum exhibiting all forms of transport, including trains, cars, ships, and aircraft.