Hotel Royal Savoy
First opened in 1909, the Hotel Royal Savoy Lausanne has long been an iconic landmark establishment in Lausanne. Much like the early Swiss palaces, its magnificent architecture and reputable hospitality tradition attracted the aristocracy and renowned personalities. For a number of years, the Royal Family of Spain thus lived in exile at the Savoy, while the King of Thailand was also a regular guest. Built in the Art Nouveau style, the hotel and its layout were a magnificent display of the finest materials, becoming an essential part of Lausanne’s historical heritage. Since its reopening in 2015, the Hotel Royal Savoy Lausanne has revived its former glory and opened a new chapter in Lausanne’s history of hospitality.