As other reviewers have noted, the rooms are pretty small. Our superior room was amazing for the comfort of the bed, the mountain view and quietness of the room BUT there was no separate bathroom, with it forming part of the bedroom. Not such a big issue for us, but I could imagine a lot of people would not like this. The hotel is well located and in walking distance of most sights. There is a great Bachmann bakery nearly next door which does great breakfasts, cakes and sandwiches, so we did not try the expensive hotel offering. Wi fi worked fine for me. Receptionists were lovely and genuinely welcoming and helpful. The mini bar was poorly stocked. The hotel restaurant is a popular and cool tex mex joint, with great but expensive cocktails. No bath, but shower was modern and functional. Overall, I had a good stay and would happily return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Renaissance Lucerne Hotel - a superior, first-class hotel offering a blend of personalised, stylish ambiance and cutting-edge technical amenities. Fine dining at the Renaissance Lucerne Hotel in the restaurant PACIFICO: Enjoy ever-popular fajitas, juicy steaks, home-smoked spare ribs and Cajun wings in a unique ambiance. Spacious and tasteful decor. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Schiller Hotel Lucerne