Gaststuben zum Schlössi

Gaststuben zum Schlössi

With its origins stretching back nearly 500 years, the small city castle wins over its guests with historic charm and fresh culinary produce from the region. The large selection of regional wine specialities invites guests to enjoy the finest at their leisure. Ambros Wirth and his team – awarded...more

Restaurant Boulevard Arte in the Hotel Schwanen

Restaurant Boulevard Arte in the...

The Hotel Schwanen in Rapperswil by the picturesque lakeshore promenade is a hotel with tradition, furnished lovingly to meet today's high...more

Au Chat Noir

Au Chat Noir

Extremely refined and imaginative dishes are served in the art nouveau...more

Pinot noir: blue-blooded character

Pinot noir:...

With its 36 hectares, the city of Lausanne is the leading public owner...more

Gaststuben zum Schlössi

With its origins stretching back nearly 500 years, the small city castle wins over its guests with historic charm and fresh culinary produce from the region. The large selection of regional wine specialities invites guests to enjoy the finest at their leisure. Ambros Wirth and his team – awarded 13 GaultMillau points – pamper and attend to their guests in seven historic lounges and rooms. Tradition and innovation are celebrated in the Gaststuben zum Schlössli.

Gaststuben zum Schlössi
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Restaurant Boulevard Arte in the Hotel Schwanen

The Hotel Schwanen in Rapperswil by the picturesque lakeshore promenade is a hotel with tradition, furnished lovingly to meet today's high expectations. Guest-friendly ambience combined with all the modern comforts will make your stay a memorable experience. Relaxed bistro-style dining with seasonal dishes that have attracted 16 GaultMillau points await you in the Bistro-Boulevard.

Restaurant Boulevard Arte in the Hotel Schwanen
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Au Chat Noir

Extremely refined and imaginative dishes are served in the art nouveau premises. The dishes in the Chat Noir are veritable works of art. Trendy brasserie ambience. 15 GaultMillau points.

Au Chat Noir
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Pinot noir: blue-blooded character

With its 36 hectares, the city of Lausanne is the leading public owner of vineyards in Switzerland. The vines of the Domaine de la Ville are cultivated in integrated production, and since 1803, the fine Pinot noir grapes have been auctioned publicly on the second Saturday in December in the Town Hall. The resulting top-class wines are also available at many top restaurants.

Pinot noir: blue-blooded character