City hotel set on the edge of the Old Town and a mere stone's throw from the lake. Dating back to 1912, it has been continually renovated ever since and the rooms are modern. Market-fresh cuisine at the hotel's Restaurant Lapin with local specialities from our kitchen plus an extensive range of wines. Favourites include our flambéed spit roast and the original Lucerne Fritschipastete.
A blend of country cosiness and smart elegance: the Hotel Bernerhof is built in chalet style, in a quiet yet central location. Footpaths and cross-country trails are just round the corner, and it's only a stone's throw to the village centre. The cosy rooms offer every comfort, while the "Blüemlisalp" double room also has spectacular views of the mountains. And while the ice grotto in the little wellness area glistens, the restaurant also likes to shine with its Swiss delicacies.
In 1883, Rudolf von Salis-Muralt commissioned the famous architect Nicolaus Hartmann to transform this 1590 farmhouse into a stately patrician villa. Since 1982, the Chesa Salis has been a hotel with the charm of a private home. Meter thick walls radiate warmth and aristocratic generosity. 18 comfortable guest rooms bear witness of old-world craftsmanship. In the comfortable lounges, guests enjoy culinary delights and regional specialties.
Magnificently located right on the shore of Lake Lucerne with lake and mountain views. Rooms and suites were entirely refurbished in 2013. There are three new individual rooftop suites, some with lake views. One can accommodate 6-8 people and is ideal as a family room. All rooms and the 4-room holiday apartment are equipped with WLAN. For guests making round trips, a half-price return package is offered. Smoke-free panoramic restaurant with winter garden and secluded lake terrace.