Lucerne/ Central Switzerland
The Waldstätterhof enjoys an ideal location on the Zentralstrasse, next to the station and just 5 minutes' walk across the famous wooden bridge to the atmospheric Old Town. It is conveniently close to a wide variety of restaurants, bars, cafés and shops which range from large department stores to small boutiques.
The hotel has been renovated in recent years and has a contemporary design throughout, with the comfortable bedrooms offering a bright and cheerful haven after a busy day exploring the mountains and waterways around Lucerne. Your buffet breakfast and four course half board dinner with choice of main and dessert course are served in the relaxed atmosphere of the modern restaurant.
Managers, Patric and Susanne Graber-Ulrich and their team offer a friendly service and look forward to helping you make the most of your stay in this wonderful town.
B Comfort rooms with bath or shower and tea/coffee making facilities
A Superior rooms with bath or shower and tea/coffee making facilities
Junior suites & suites are available on request
2017 - Prices shown are in £'s per person, based on 4 nights.
For other durations add or deduct the extra night prices from the period in which they fall
Flight supplements may apply at the time of booking and for flights from alternative airports
Prices for rail and self drive holidays on request
Call 0800 619 1200 for bookings and more information
We are fully bonded with the Civil Aviation Authority (ATOL 3148) for all air holidays, therefore you are guaranteed complete financial protection of all monies paid.
Scenic rail holidays from Lucerne
Combine Lucerne with resorts such as Locarno and Lugano on an unforgettable holiday with the Gotthard Panorama Express.
Call us for more details on 0800 619 1200 or click here to read more about this wonderful experience which takes you through the heart of Switzerland by rail and lake cruiser.
Lucerne is also the starting point for the classic scenic rail journey on the Luzern-Interlaken Express and the GoldenPass Line to Montreux. Find out more here.