Lausanne Palace And Spa
The cultural and economic dynamism of Lausanne fills the hotel with a stimulating vibration
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Opened on 19 June 1915, the Lausanne Palace slowly became the pride of the Swiss city of Lausanne. Fully integrated into the urban fabric, it evolves in step with its host city. Between modernity and tradition, the Lausanne Palace & Spa has received renovations, still underway, in order to always offer you more comfort, sophistication and services at the leading edge of modernity.
Restaurants & Bars
Le Table d'Edgard - Michelin star and rated 18/20 at Gault & Millau , this gastronomic high-rise in Lausanne is "the creative laboratory" of the hotel.
Brasserie du Grand Chêne - Green leather benches, polished wooden floors, brass ornaments and solid wood staircase give it a pleasantly classic and somewhat theatrical atmosphere.
Côté Jardin- brightly colored Mediterranean restaurant
Palace Sushi Zen- Japanese cuisine by four Sushi Masters
Bar 1915 - Lobby Bar - Other than the few sounds of wheeled luggage, there is no reason to think that this relaxing place is in the heart of the hotel lobby.
LP's Bar- Urban chic atmosphere - An antechamber where the most prominent personalities, successful businessmen and young people in search of party .
Habana Bar - In an atmosphere between the English lounge and the Cuban cigar shop, we like to meet people of taste at Habana Bar.
Yogi Booster - Vegan Bar - Lausanne's first vegan and organic restaurant puts nutrition at the center of its service.