65 square meters of comfort, feel-good atmosphere and relaxation: these are our Lucerne Luxury Suites. Sleeping area with a king or twin size bed and living and dining area with seating area, desk and guest toilet are separated. So you can receive guests and do not have to renounce privacy. The Lucerne Luxury Suites are also equipped with state-of-the-art technology and flat screen Home Cinema with over 120 national and international programs.
The view is spectacular from all Lucerne Luxury Suites: The imposing mountains and Lake Lucerne are at your feet. Some Lucerne Luxury Suites also have a balcony.
- Individually adjustable air conditioning
- Personal mobile phone Smartphone for free phone calls and unlimited surfing even on the go
- Noise protection window to open
- Direct dial telephone with voice mail on bed
- Guest Information System
- Power connection 220 volts
- Modem and ISDN connection at the desk
- Security door lock with KeyCard
- Bathroom with hair dryer & magnifying mirror, Libra, bathrobe and bath / WC, mostly with shower
The Leo Tolstoy Story
THIS WATER, THESE MOUNTAINS, THIS SKY ...
It is July 7, 1857. They come from Russia and are called by their full name Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy. In less than two months you will be 29, you are not yet married and live mostly as squire in Yasnaya Polyana. Their main works "War and Peace" and "Anna Karenina", with which you will gain world fame, are not yet written. It is your first trip to Western European countries for educational purposes.
After stops in Paris, Geneva and Bern you arrived in Lucerne. This is teeming with tourists. It is above all the English that irritate you with their stiff, snooty appearance. They get off at the Hotel Schweizerhof Lucerne, which opened twelve years earlier - the best hotel on the square.
As you come up to your room and open the windows overlooking the lake, you will literally be dazzled and shaken by the beauty of this water, the mountains and the sky ...;
everywhere movement, asymmetry, adventurous forms, an infinitely varied mixture of shadows and lines, and in all the rest, the softness, the unity and the necessity of beauty. "Only the" stupid, artificial white quay with the supported linden trees "contradicts yours Opinion about the natural harmony and beauty.
At half past eight you are called to dinner: In the large, sumptuous breakfast room you dine along with other hotel guests on two long tables. Your unloved English are back with them. They annoy the apathetic faces and wanted passionate conversations, jokes and puns.
The digestive walk through the streets of the old town of Lucerne also brings no satisfaction. Until you suddenly hear the voice of a singer who immediately opens your heart. It is "a tiny human being" who sings old songs from the Tyrol under the windows of the Schweizerhof. The crowd listens spellbound, but denies the singer at the end of his performance a donation and even ridiculed him.
You, however, invite the street artist - to a bottle of champagne. It is only reluctant to let you sit down with your poorly dressed musician in the restaurant of the hotel, where your escort will be mocked.
The experience stirs up in such a way that you sit down in the middle of the night in your room at the desk and write down the events as socially critical travel report under the title "Lucerne".
One and a half centuries later, in 2010, your nephew and the director of the Tolstoy Museum in Moscow will visit this room. Both carry under their arm a copy of the "folk tales" of you
Leo N. Tolstoy, one of the greatest thinkers and writers of his time.
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