AddressSempacherstrasse 14 LuzernSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This shamelessly hip hotel, bearing the imprint of architect Jean Nouvel, is all streamlined chic, with refined suites featuring stills from movie classics on the ceilings. Downstairs, Bam Bou is one of Lucerne’s hippest restaurants and the simple summer terrace across the street is a cool place to idle. Parking costs Sfr35 per day.
Our independent authors have visited The Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Lucerne.
Description provided by property
Designed by the celebrated Parisian architect Jean Nouvel, the hotel is tranquilly and centrally situated next to a pleasant park in the heart of Lucerne.
The Culture and Congress Centre, the historic old town with its lake promenade and the train station are all reachable within a 5-minute walk.
Celebrating simplicity and spirituality as much as elegance and refinement, the hotel aims to create a unique environment. This idea has been embraced wholeheartedly in the artistic interior which boldly incorporates an imaginative decor, creative features, and inventive touches such as pictures on the ceiling. The contemporary accommodation continues this theme and every room features a view of the park.
Enjoy a new culinary experience in the stylish Asian style Bam Bou restaurant, relax in the bar, take advantage of the free Wi-Fi available in the entire hotel or simply indulge in this sumptuous hotel and find inspiration in its originality and modernity.
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