Christian Stan, at 13 Oct. 22, in City Hotels, Hotels, News, Where to go next

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has opened Mandarin Oriental Palace, Luzern, the Swiss city’s iconic Belle Epoque landmark that has undergone an extensive and elaborate renovation.

The hotel has undergone an extensive and elaborate renovation, overseen by local architects Iwan Bühler Architekten and London-based interior designers Jestico + Whiles, who have preserved the building’s rich history and heritage while delivering a contemporary design inspired by the beauty of the surrounding Swiss landscapes. Dramatically positioned overlooking the shores of Lake Lucerne, the hotel is a stone’s throw from the charming old town and with spectacular views over the Swiss Alps.

Set to usher in an era of contemporary elegance and legendary service, the hotel is poised to become Lucerne’s most exclusive venue. The property features 136 elegant and spacious guestrooms including 48 of the city’s largest suites, four restaurants and bars under the patronage of Michelin star experienced Executive Chef Gilad Peled, a serene and rejuvenating spa, and elegantly appointed event spaces.

To celebrate the opening, the hotel has created two opening offers to entice guests to be amongst the first to experience the spectacular restoration of this historic palace. Starting at CHF 700 per night, offers include guaranteed lake vistas from elegantly renovated rooms or the city’s largest suites as well as daily breakfast for two, a CHF 100 (CHF 150 for suites) dining credit, and distinctive destination experiences.

Offers are bookable from now and are subject to availability. For more information or reservations, visit

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