|Year of Last Renovation:||1999|
|Corridors:||All Rooms Have Interior Hallways|
|Non Smoking Rooms:||84|
|Room Windows:||Windows Do Open|
|Meeting Rooms:||9 View Spaces|
|Meeting Space:||3919 sq. feet|
|Banquet Space:||Holds 304 people|
|Dist. to Food/Bars:||On-site|
|Dist. to 24hr Restaurant:||On-site|
|Dist. to Nearest Gym:||0.3 Mi|
|Lounge/Bar Hours:||upon 10AM|
Individual bookings: 24 hrs prior to arrivalGroup bookings: according to our general terms and conditions of business
|Total Misc Fees:||$2.90 USD |
(mandatory resort fees/taxes)
|Additional Person Fee:||90.00 Per Person (3rd person in a double)|
|Rooms Wireless Internet Fee:||5.00 Per Day|
|Rooms Wired Internet Fee:||5.00 Per Day|
|Meeting Wireless Internet Fee:||5.00 Per Day|
|Meeting Wired Internet Fee:||5.00 Per Day|
|Avg. Buffet Breakfast Cost:||35.00 Per Person|
Zurich - 65 kmBasel - 100 kmBern - 120 kmGenf - 260 km
Local Shuttle Info: on requestAirport Shuttle? Sorry, no airport shuttle available.
Below are the meeting, banquet, conference and event spaces at Hotel Schweizerhof Luzern.
Feel free to use the Hotel Schweizerhof Luzern meeting space capacities chart below to help in your event planning. Hotel Planner specializes in Lucerne event planning for sleeping rooms and meeting space for corporate events, weddings, parties, conventions, negotiated rates and trade shows.
|Meeting Room Name||L x W x H |
|Crescent ||Classroom ||Hollow |
|U-Shape ||Boardroom ||Convention |
|Theater ||Reception ||Regist. |
|Zeugheer Hall||26 x 14 x 8||364||304/300||190||200||--||60||--||--/--||450||500||--|
On 1 June 1865, when the ballroom designed by Leonhard Zeugheer (1812 to 1866) first opened its doors, Empress Eugénie, wife of Napoleon III, praised it saying that there was no prettier ballroom in all of France. Not much has changed since then, and today more than eve the hall exudes the splendour of the new renaissance style. But warn your speakers: the beauty of the Zeugheer Hall can leave one speechless!
3918.1 Sq. Mi
26 x 14 x 8 M.
Built In Screens?
Built In Stage?
Built In A/V?