About Lausanne Palace & Spa
Lausanne Palace & Spa, which opened in 1915, attracts an international clientele of world leaders, celebrity clientele, business travelers, and spa lovers.
Host of the International Olympic Committee, this Lake Geneva hotel is located near forests, lakes, and mountains, affording stunning views of Lake Geneva and the Alps from many guest suites, and offers access to numerous seasonal activities. The CBE Spa offers a wide range of spa treatments, fitness classes, and a private health club.
Several restaurants are on property, in addition to a nightclub and flexible conference center.
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Inspired by the principles of Ayurveda, the CBE Spa is a 2,100-square-meter holistic complex comprising 21 treatment rooms, an indoor swimming pool, sauna, and steam room. Additional amenities include a couple's suite equipped with a copper bathtub, hammam, and sauna, and a grooming area reserved specifically for male spa guests. Spa interiors blend Moroccan- and Indian-inspired influences with beautiful frescoes and a neutral color palette.
The extensive spa menu includes facials, hydrotherapy services, body treatments, waxing, massage, and make-up applications. Medical and nutritional care is also available, and guests can visit the salon by Aveda for hair and nail treatments. The signature Ancient Moroccan Ritual, a current favorite, incorporates a steam bath, body exfoliation with beldi, or olive oil soap, and a warm clay wrap.
The spa's fitness facility includes a selection of classes, including spinning, kickboxing, and tango, and a kids' corner, complete with mini workout machines, allows families to exercise together. Following a dynamic workout, guests can indulge in organic vegetarian dishes, juices, and smoothies at the Yogi Booster Bar and Lounge.
Complimentary and Alternative
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Fitness & Activities
Pilates with Reformer
Eyebrow and Lash Tinting
Hair Styling and Care
Nutrition Consultation or Therapy
Other Traditional Wellness Treatments
Lausanne Palace & Spa
Down town and relaxingBy c | October 25, 2011
Location & Hours
Lausanne Palace & SpaGrand-Chêne 7-9
Phone: 00800 2888 8882
- The resort is a 60-minute drive away from the Geneva International Airport.
- A daily fee (CHF 20) is levied for guests wanting to bring small pets.
- The region's temperate climate experiences average high temperatures of about 25° C (77° F) during the summer and high temps of 4° C (39° F) in the winter.
Facilities & Amenities
Meeting options at Lausanne Palace encompass eight flexible air-conditioned rooms with high-tech touches such as wireless high-speed Internet access, LCD screens, overhead projects, and more. There are also six private banquet salons catering up to 950.
Cultural buffs will enjoy touring the monuments, museums, and galleries of Lausanne, including the Cathedral Notre-Dame of Lausanne and the Hôtel de Ville, or town hall, or taking part of the city's several film and music festivals. For sports fans, there's water pursuits and cycling, both popular country pastimes.
At night, guests can dance into the early hours at the hotel's private Red Club, open Wednesday through Saturday.
Weight Loss/Slimming Programs
Rooms & Dining
Stylish and elegant accommodations feature Nordic duvets, rich fabrics such as silk, virgin wool, and cashmere, LCD flat-screen TVs, and in-room toiletries. Many of the suites offer views of Lake Geneva, the Alps, or the Cathedral.
Lausanne Palace's six restaurants feature a good number of culinary options. The Michelin award-winning gourmet restaurant, Table d'Edgard, offers a sophisticated yet warm setting and is outfitted with leather, wood, and fine fabrics. Guests can dine on a Mediterranean-inspired menu and enjoy meals on the terrace during the summer months. At Cote Jardin, a decadent menu of Mediterranean dishes with a twist of North African, Asian, and Indian influences may tempt the palate; the more health conscious can indulge in the wellness menu. The Brasserie Grand Chene has a 1930s Parisian vibe, with green leather seating and copper ornamental décor; the eatery serves classic creations like mussels, stews, and shellfish. Additional options include Palace Sushi Zen and la Grappa.