Refurbished Swiss chateau reopens as a boutique hotel

George Sell By George Sell
28 October 2014 | Updated 28 October 2014

Switzerland: Château Gütsch, a five-star boutique hotel in Lucerne, Switzerland has reopened after a compete refurbishment.

Switzerland: Château Gütsch, a five-star boutique hotel in Lucerne, Switzerland has reopened after a compete refurbishment.

With interior design by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, the 50,000 square foot property offers views over the Vierwaldstätter Lake and mountains that surround it.
 
The 100-year old château now has 27 rooms and suites. No two rooms are the same, with décor "rooted in a blend of traditional Swiss colours and patterns". Features include bay windows, beamed ceilings, Victorian plasterwork, upholstered canopy beds, antique four-poster beds and French Louis XVI carved sleigh beds.
 
The hotel also has a restaurant and two events spaces; The Rittersaal [Knight's Hall], which also acts as a hotel lounge, and The Panoramasaal [Panorama Hall] a flexible space that can also be split into two and is used for small weddings, banquets, business meetings, seminars and workshops.
 
www.chateau-guetsch.ch

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