The Hotel Lucerne

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The Hotel Lucerne is located in a magnificent park setting in the heart of the city. It is Lucerne's luxury boutique hotel that celebrates simplicity and spirituality as much as it does elegance, refinement and timeless design. Its architect is none other than the French star architect Jean Nouvel, Paris who also designed the famous Lucerne Culture and Convention Center just steps away. The lake and the wooden Chapel Bridge as well as shopping and city attractions are within a few minutes walk.

The Hotel describes a new way of communicating with people and makes its own statement about tomorrow's world. Film scenes of 25 films from Jean Nouvel's personal background provoke and stimulate interactivity at the same time.

Bam Bou is Lucerne's most stylish Gault Millau awarded restaurant. This quite extraordinary space serves an exciting melt of Asian and French cuisine, created by celebrity chef Andrew Clayton. "East-meets-West" - a taste beyond all expectations.



The Hotel Lucerne
Sempacher Strasse 14
Lucerne 6002

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00 800 37 46 83 57

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