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Renaissance Lucerne Hotel – a first-class, distinctive luxury hotel offering a blend of personal attention, stylish ambiance and cutting-edge technical facilities.
Concealed behind the historical facade of this century-old City Palais lies the Renaissance Lucerne hotel. Located conveniently in the very heart of Lucerne, Lake Lucerne, the world-famous Chapel Bridge, the old historic city center and the main train station are only a stone's throw away.
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Ornamental ceilings with white stuccowork and warm-toned interiors provide an historic feel. Our Standard rooms are equipped with luxury bedding and fluffy pillows, mini-bar, flat-screen TV, in-room safe, high-speed Internet, iHome docking station and tea/coffee facilities.
Slightly larger in space than the standard rooms, the historical images and decorative ceilings in the Superior rooms blend elegantly with state-of -the-art facilities. Our Superior rooms are equipped with luxury bedding, mini-bar, flat-screen TV, in-room safe, high-speed Internet, iHome docking station and tea/coffee facilities.
The sophisticated and elegant deluxe rooms provide spacious accommodation, luxury bedding and are equipped with mini-bar, flat-screen TV, in-room safe, high-speed Internet, iHome docking station and tea/coffee facilities.
In an inviting atmosphere, our 20 large Junior Suites feature luxury bedding, minibar, flat-screen TV, in-room safe, high-speed internet, iHome docking station, Nespresso coffee machine, bathrobe and slippers, turndown service, upgraded bathroom amenities.
Junior Suite Room Living Area
Each of our Junior Suites offer a spacious area where you can enjoy a luxurious and comfortable stay at the Renaissance Lucerne Hotel.
Junior Suite Room Amenities
Our Junior Suite Package includes breakfast for two people, free high-speed Internet access, Nespresso coffee machine, upgraded bathroom amenities, turndown service, bathrobe and slippers.
The dark woods and dark granite combined and the glass shower panel covering the rainfall shower give a sophisticated touch to our Premium Deluxe Rooms. The Premium Deluxe Bathrooms feature Miller Harris toiletries and bathrobe and slippers.
Elegant lounge with spacious sitting area, reading corner, library, a wide selection of international newspapers and magazines. Here you can sit down and relax while you read the newspaper or use your laptop. Do you need to print something? You will find a PC-station next to the lounge.
Start the day with our mouth-watering Full American breakfast in our Breakfast room which is on the first floor.
Don’t miss our fruit margaritas and fruit daiquiris here at the Pacifico Bar – you’ll love them. Or try one of our speciality cocktails, before or after your meal, it’s up to you.
Relax and feel comfortable in this unique, Latin American ambience. Whether it is at the bar or in the restaurant, let Pacifico be the place for you to unwind. Pacifico is located on the ground floor of the Renaissance Lucerne Hotel. Open daily for lunch and dinner. You can discover it next to the lobby.
Restaurant Pacifico Dining Area
Taste our ever-popular fajitas, Cajun wings, home-smoked spare ribs and the best steak in town at the Pacifico Restaurant. In the summer our terrace is open for outdoor dining.
Sit back and relax at the Blue Bar & Smoker's Lounge, order our Blue Bar Special cocktail; and after that try our Club Sandwich, an original Caesar Salad or a home-made, juicy, 250 gram Beef Burger. Late snacks from the Pacifico Restaurant menu are also available here.
Blue Bar – Smoker's Lounge
The Renaissance Lucerne Hotel is a non-smoking hotel. However, in order to offer smokers the possibility to enjoy a cigarette, smoking is permitted in the Blue Bar Lounge. Blue's impressive décor blending Asian and neo-baroque styles give this spacious lounge a unique cosmopolitan flair. What could be better after a long hard day of working, sightseeing or exploring?
This octagonal over 34 meters (111,5 ft.) tower was built around the 13th century as part of the city wall. Used as archives, treasury, prison and torture chamber. Lucerne’s trademark and the most photographed monument in Switzerland.
The Chapel Bridge was constructed in the first half of the 14th century as part of the city’s fortifications. The paintings added in the 17th century illustrate scenes of Swiss and local history. With 205 meters, it is the second longest canopied timber bridge in Europe.
The dying Lion of Lucerne is one of the world's most famous monuments. It was hewn out of natural rock in memory of the heroic death of the Swiss mercenaries at the Tuileries in 1792. Globetrotter Mark Twain described it as "the saddest and most moving piece of rock in the world".
Lucerne is surrounded by the most majestic mountains. Mt. Pilatus and Mt. Titlis are definitely worth a visit. See from their peaks the panoramic array of the snow-capped Alps.
A cruise on the beautiful lake makes for an unforgettable highlight. Combine it with a trip into the mountains or simply as a pleasant round-trip cruise. Daily lunches and even Sunday brunches can be reserved beforehand.
Old Town Lucerne
Historical, frescopainted buildings border the old city on the right bank of the Reuss at a few picturesque squares. Here at the Weinmarkt, the people of Lucerne swore a federal oath with the cantons of Uri, Schwyz and Unterwalden.
This was the first large sacral Baroque building in Switzerland. It was constructed in 1666 for the Jesuits. The original vestments of Brother Klaus, a famous Swiss patron, are stored in the inner chapel.
This is the main cathedral for the city population and religious center for St. Leodegar and Mauritius. Built in the 8th century and rebuilt in 1645 after a fire, it is the most important Renaissance church building in Switzerland.