“From its hilltop location, Lausanne Palace offers a panoramic view of Lake Geneva, while its bustling lobby attracts stylish locals as well as worldly visitors from around the globe.”
An exquisite Belle Époque masterpiece, the Lausanne Palace opened its doors in 1915 and sits in the center of Lausanne– Switzerland’s fourth largest city and home to the International Olympic Committee. The Lausanne Palace has long been considered the social focus of Lausanne, with its constant celebration of anniversaries, birthdays, weddings, and more. The hotel is a brief stroll from the city’s phenomenal Platform Ten Museum, Opera House, Lausanne Station and the 13th-century Nôtre-Dame Cathedral.
The Lausanne Palace has 106 rooms and suites, many with extraordinary views of the city, of Lake Geneva, and the snowcapped French Alps. The vast Coco Chanel suite was once the designer’s home, complete with racks for dozens of her shoes, as well as a panoramic terrace. The hotel’s restaurants include the Michelin-starred La Table du Lausanne Palace, Brasserie Grand Chêne and Matcha Picchu, with Japanese-Peruvian fusion cuisine. The hotel’s wellness center is home to one of the largest indoor hotel swimming pools in Europe; the spa offers a sun deck and a vast range of treatments. The Lausanne Palace also has its own vineyard, growing Merlot grapes in the heart of the city.