Your booking experience in Lucerne
Budget hotels in Lucerne
For a smaller budget you will find 20 options in Lucerne, such as Landgasthof Hotel Rossli with rates from 173US$ that features a golf course, a wine basement and hiking. If you're looking for an accommodation in Lucerne near major attractions, then Roesli Guest House is a good low-cost apartment near a chapel, a church and monuments as well as Galluskirche. Select a hotel in Kriens district, such as an affordable Ibis Luzern Kriens.
Proximity to public transport
Be close to Lucerne (QLJ-Lucerne Train Station) airport, staying at Richemont Hotel, situated about 1.6 miles away. Hotel Astoria is a 4-star choice that is a 5-minute walk from Lucerne train station and 0.5 miles away from the city center.
Convenience of staying in the city center
To see the city center of Lucerne, book a hotel within easy walking distance of this area, such as the 4-star Romantik Hotel Wilden Mann situated a 10-minute stroll away. Travelers to Lucerne that are willing to stay in a centrally situated area can choose Cascada Boutique Hotel. Falken Am Rotsee is a great place to stay while visiting Ebikon district.
If you'd like to conveniently access Franciscan Church, select a hotel that is situated nearby, such as Des Balances which is within 5 minutes' walking distance. To enjoy some of Lucerne's green spaces, select Hotel Sonnenberg near forests, hiking trails and parks set next to Stiftung Kunstkeller Kriens.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Seehotel Sternen offers luxurious accommodation and a tennis court, horse riding and hiking. The 4-star Chateau Gutsch is a boutique hotel in Lucerne offering a golf course, a patio and boating. If you would like to experience impeccable service, consider Altstadt Hotel Krone Luzern, which is a 10-minute walk from the city center.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're traveling to Lucerne for business purpose, the centrally-located Central Apartment In Lucerne may be a good option. If you're visiting Lucerne, book a snug B&B near Piuskirche, such as Gasthaus Zum Kreuz or Villa Maria. For the best business deals, look in Old Town district, where you will find Alpina with room rates from 240US$. Hotel Hofgarten is a popular resort with a golf course, a patio and table tennis for an unforgettable stay.
LUCERNE can turn any atheist to faith.
As legend has it, a holy angel brought first settlers to the area of modern Lucerne and bestowed on the city a non-earthy beauty. Since than Lucerne proves to be straight out of a fairy tale through its stunning vistas, beautiful lake and dramatic mountainous background.
Lucerne is too beautiful to be believed, so it demands you stay there. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Lucerne to a lap of luxuries all listed with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
But facts push Lucerne away from fabled stories to a fishing community that quickly evolved into a trading post at the Gotthard pass joining Lucerne to the Alp's gateway and then to France. It was a commercial route with numerous merchants packing Lucerne for overnight stays while carrying goods en-rote to France.
With time, its position at the crossroads shaped a strong Roman-Catholic community and today Lucerne keeps tight links to religious traditions. This religious background once prevented Lucerne from gaining the capital credentials of Switzerland in the 1840s.
Despite the failed attempt to win a slice of power, Lucerne was more lucky with tourism in the area. It is no surprise to Lucerne that visitors pour into the city for its natural beauty, and historic buildings.
Lake Lucerne, the largest lake in Switzerland and a distinct must-see
The Chapel Bridge, built in 1333 for the strategic goals, but today serves as unique in architecture construction
The Nine Towers offer panoramic views of the old city
Richard Wagner Museum, an old-fashioned museum dedicated to Wagner's life
In the 19th century the biggest part of the old-world architecture was in decay while waiting for renovation. Short of money, Lucerne managed to pour money to tart up its face only in 1850s on cash earned from railroad transitions.
Since then its charming look started attracting legions of tourists, and the city of Lucerne never looked back. In addition, new amenities arrived to the city packing it with world-class dining, stylish clubs, pubs and other public houses. Along with big-city entertainment came an abundance of hotels from cheap to luxury all available at Booked.net.