Finding the right words for the Park Hotel Vitznau that reopened in 2013 is very tough. Located right at the Lake Lucerne and having a rich history as one of the best luxury hotels in Switzerland, the Park Hotel Vitznau nowadays focuses on health and well-being. But that’s not all because especially the newly appointed rooms, each and every one differ from another, are the real highlight of the new Park Hotel Vitznau.
After renovations which costed more than 200 million Euro, the Park Hotel Vitznau reopened in 2013. Many months later, the hotel also became part of the renowned Leading Hotels of the World. Today, less than two years after its opening, the Park Hotel Vitznau is back to the top and is already renowned for being one of the best luxury resorts in Switzerland.
There are many reasons for that as the hotel offers the best of the best when it comes to the 47 suites of the hotels, each unique, the two restaurants, both award-wining, and the large Spa, fitness and well-being area.
When you plan to stay at the hideaway right on the Lake Lucerne, you’ll have to make yourself comfortable with the rooms first.
Even though the Park Hotel Vitznau is not really big with only 47 suites and residences, the choice for the perfect room may be a tough one as each and every one is designed uniquely.
Even though the hotel offers some room categories to make it easier for guests to decide, you may ask for the suite of your choice before arrival.
Due to the different designs, the Park Hotel Vitznau offers the perfect room for everyone. Modern design? Check. Classic design? Check. Art rooms? Check.
However, you may invest a little more money to decide for one of the suites or residences with a view of Lake Lucerne. Due to the location of the Park Hotel Vitznau, the view could hardly be any better.
You won’t be surprised that a hotel like the Park Hotel Vitznau got two restaurants which both were awarded with Michelin Stars lately.
The fine dining restaurants of the hotel, Restaurant focus, is managed by Nenad Mlinarevic who holds two Michelin Stars at the very moment. The restaurants focuses on local cuisine that is presented in menu style. You may choose up to nine dishes – each and every evening.
At Restaurant PRISMA, the second restaurant of the Park Hotel Vitznau, guests are awaited by Christian Nickel who holds one Michelin Star and 16 Gault Millau Points.
Restaurant PRISMA is perfect for a casual lunch or à la carte dinner. The beautiful sea terrace offering great views of Lake Lucerne and the Park Hotel Vitznau’s bar and its cozy atmosphere are also worth a special mention!
It may come as a surprise that the Park Hotel Vitznau got just one pool. One, you may ask? Yes, but that’s absolutely sufficient as the Infinity Outdoor Pool is 21 meters (69 feet) long and nine meters (30 feet) wide.
However, the most amazing fact is the view that vivid swimmers will enjoy when doing laps in the pool of the Park Hotel Vitznau. What could be better than a mountain panorama when doing sports in the morning?
Well, maybe the large and spacious sauna area with different saunas, steam baths and relaxation areas. Not to forget about the whirlpool that’s also located in the indoor area.
Last but not least, the many treatments that especially focus on health and well-being as well as the large gym with state-of-the-art machines are integral parts of the well-being experience at the Park Hotel Vitznau!
When it comes to luxury hotels, Switzerland generally is really expensive. That counts especially for the Park Hotel Vitznau that is rarely available for rates lower than 750 CHF (~ 725 Euro / 785 US-Dollar) per night even in low season.
In summer, prices rise even higher, so room categories with sea view are hardly available for rates less than 1.200 CHF (~ 1.160 Euro / 1.260 US-Dollar) a night. Both mentioned rates include taxes, services and full à la carte breakfast as well as complimentary access to the Spa.
If you want to save and enjoy all the great features of the hotel nevertheless, you may opt for a long stay. The Park Hotel Vitznau offers seven nights for the price of five, making the price per night drop to “only” 568 CHF (~ 550 Euro / 595 US-Dollar) in low season.