You will be following in the footsteps of kings, emperors, writers, politicians, musicians, and actors when you stay in the rooms and suites at Hotel Schweizerhof Luzern. Authors Mark Twain and Leo Tolstoy were once guests, and composer Richard Wagner finished his opera Tristan and Isolde at the historic property.

As soon as you enter, you will be walking into a storied world of the past. A grand staircase swathed in red carpeting leads to your home away from home.

Every room at Hotel Schweizerhof Luzern is different, but all are exceptionally cozy. The windows offer impressive vistas of snow dusted mountains, sparkling Lake Lucerne, or the charming old town. No matter the season, there is something to see. Snow gently falls from the heavens in the winter, as you cuddle up with a cup of hot chocolate or tea by the window. When the weather is warm, head to the terrace for a glass of garden gin or a refreshing iced tea as the city comes to life.

Suites at Hotel Schweizerhof Luzern include separate living and dining areas. You will find rooms to be colorful, but at the same time calming with modern conveniences like a smartphone at your disposal for calling, texting, and connection on the go. Glittery chandeliers and fabric headboards emulate a classic home, and quirky details like wall decals add extra interest.

Culinary delights await in the hotel’s three restaurants. Relax your mind and body with massages and beauty treatments in the spa overlooking the lake.

Hotel Schweizerhof Luzern is a musical hot spot, hosting exquisite concerts with a range of musical styles from retro to classical. Lake Lucerne herself puts on a show, changing into a myriad of spectacular color as the sun rises and sets. Navigate Lucerne’s pretty streets. It’s not a huge city, but it’s lovely to see with Hotel Schweizerhof Luzern right in its heart.