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By plane

At merely a 40-minute drive from Geneva Airport and a 2-hour drive from Zurich International Airport, Lausanne Palace is truly at the heart of Europe.



By train

Taking the TGV from Paris, you will arrive in Lausanne in just 3 hours and 40 minutes. The Swiss railway network is exceptionally well developed and links Lausanne with all the major cities of the country. Lausanne Palace is 500 metres away from the main station and just a stone’s throw away from the “Lausanne Flon” stop of the “M2”, Switzerland’s only underground. The latter runs roughly every 5 minutes every day of the week.



By car

A large pay and display car park can be used 24/7.

Covered parking CHF 35.- per day.


Limousine service

We also offer a limousine transfer service to Lausanne Palace:

From Lausanne station:

  • Mercedes S Class: CHF 125 with luggage (maximum 2 people)
  • Mercedes V class: CHF 125 with luggage (from 3 to 6 people)

From Geneva station:

  • Mercedes S Class: CHF 330 with luggage (maximum 2 people)
  • Mercedes V Class: CHF 350 with luggage (from 3 to 6 people)

From Geneva airport : 

  • Mercedes S Class: CHF 300 with luggage (maximum 2 people)
  • Mercedes V Class: CHF 330 with luggage (from 3 to 6 people)

To make a reservation, please call +41 (0)21 331 31 31


Grand Tour of Suisse

The Lausanne Palace is part of the Grand Tour of Switzerland devised by the Swiss tourism association. On the Grand Tour of Switzerland, the journey is its own reward. This route will lead you 1000 miles through four language regions, over five Alpine passes, to eleven UNESCO World Heritage Sites as well as two biospheres and along 22 lakes. This tour provides a concentrated insight into Switzerland, with exquisite scenic views and cultural jewels.



Accessibility for people with disabilities

Our hotel and its restaurants are accessible to wheelchairs and strollers. We also have rooms and public toilets adapted for people with disability (PWD). Discover more information on our facilities here.