Royal Savoy Lausanne opens after ambitious renovation

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The famous hotel, Royal Savoy Lausanne, opens once again after a multimillion dollar restoration. The hotel was built in 1909 and gradually became a landmark of the region, hosting famous guests like Phil Collins, King Bhumibol of Thailand and the Spanish Royal family during their period of exile.

In its centenary in 2009 it was acquired by Katara Hospitality after a period of decline. The group then started all complete remodelling of its interior and a construction of a new pavillion.

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With an Art Noveau architecture style the hotel has 196 rooms, spa with a “ladies only” area, 24/7 fitness facilities, lounge bar, cigar lounge and Clinic Lémanic, which offers anti-aging treatments of the best specialists.

Royal Savoy restaurant, Brasserie du Royal, has dishes created by the Michelin-starred chef Marc Haeberlin. With fresh ingredients from the Alps, you can taste the best of the local cuisine.

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The 5-star hotel, located in Lausenne city center, is perfect for events. Its facilities have state-of-the-art meeting technology, being perfect for business meetings. It also can be booked for wedding cerimonies.

The Royal Savoy Suite is a spacious (122 meters/1,300 sq feet) and elegant suite, with a jaw-dropping view of lake Léman and the city. It has a dining room for up to 10 guests, living room and kitchen with separated entrance. Among its facilities are free non-alcoholic minibar, in-room iPad with free Wi-Fi, walk-in closet and Bang & Olufsen music station. The rate for the suite starts from $ 341 per night.

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