Built in 1915, world leaders and royalty have passed the marble pillars into the Lausanne Palace. Minutes from Lausanne's designer shops, the hotel has views over Lake Geneva and the snow-capped Alps. There are boutique shops and a hair salon at Lausanne Palace.
The Michelin-starred La Table d'Edgard serves contemporary Spanish-influenced dishes and tapas, and features a lounge corner. Le Cote Jardin has health-conscious Mediterranean fare and a large open veranda, while La Brasserie du Grand-Chene serves Parisian-style food. There are two bars onsite, and the private Red Club nightclub. Read More…
The Lausanne Palace offers 14 flexible meeting rooms for up to 300 people and a modern conference centre. There's a business centre, technology helpdesk and high-speed Internet connections in public areas.
The Lausanne Palace offers a well- equipped 1500-square-metre spa with an array of treatments, including massages. The modern swimming pool is set in a pillared room with a hot tub and loungers. There's a fitness room with exercise and weights machines, onsite sauna and hammam.
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