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Lausanne, Switzerland Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 31
Total Sleeping Rooms 2,522
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 337
Committable Meeting Rooms* 18
Largest Exhibit Space 50,500 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 4,000 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate CHF 233
Average Daily Meal Cost CHF 155
Average Weekly Car Rental CHF 484
*Maximum for a single hotel

Lausanne, Switzerland Things to Do and Attractions

The Olympic Museum

Reopened in December 2013 after an extensive renovation, the Olympic Museum showcases items from the Olympic Games dating back from ancient times through the present day. More than 200,000 visitors per year come to the museum to view its permanent

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Cathedral of Lausanne

A symbol of the city itself, the Cathedral of Lausanne was constructed in several stages, starting in 1170 using Roman masonry methods and followed up by large-scale changes at the time of Reformation. The cathedral's interior serves as one of the

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Rolex Learning Center

Located on the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology campus, the Rolex Learning Center is intended for both students and the public. Designed by the internationally renowned Japanese architects SANAA, the center houses libraries, information centers,

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Fondation de l'Hermitage

Housed in a beautiful 19th-century residence surrounded by a public park, the Fondation de l'Hermitage shows a selection of works from its permanent collection alongside temporary exhibitions on the fine arts. The museum's permanent collection

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Collection de l'Art Brut

Opened in 1976, the Collection de l'Art Brut was specially conceived to house creations by major figures in the realm of Art Brut, an art on the fringes of mainstream artistic practices that is freed of cultural and social conditioning. The museum

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Restaurant de l'Hotel de Ville de Crissier

The award-winning (3* Michelin / Gault & Millau 19 points) Restaurant de l'Hotel de Ville de Crissier serves a seasonal menu focused on the awakening of the senses, graced with local ingredients and traditional Swiss flavors. The restaurant's

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Anne-Sophie Pic at the Beau-Rivage Palace

Outfitted in pleasing beige and white hues, the Anne-Sophie Pic at the Beau-Rivage Palace (2* Michelin / Gault & Millau 18 points) serves seasonal selections crafted with local produce, complemented by the hotel's 75,000-bottle wine collection – one

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La Table d'Edgard at the Lausanne Palace & Spa

La Table d'Edgard at the Lausanne Palace & Spa (1* Michelin / Gault & Millau 17 points) features two terraces overlooking Lake Geneva and the Alps, as well as a chic interior of leather, wood, and fabrics and windows allowing visitors to look into

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Le Chalet Suisse

An authentic chalet in the Sauvabelin woods above Lausanne, Le Chalet Suisse serves specialties from all regions of Switzerland, including cheese dishes, fondues, and raclettes. Guests overlook the city of Lausanne and Lake Geneva while enjoying such

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Lake Geneva

The largest freshwater lake in Europe, Lake Geneva – also called Lake Leman – offers romantic scenery, countless water activities, and a beautiful backdrop against which to eat, relax, or bicycle. The lake's water seems to change color with each

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Lavaux Vineyards

Perched along the south-facing northern shores of Lake Geneva from the Chateau de Chillon to Lausanne, the beautiful Lavaux Vineyards are a UNESCO World Heritage site and living cultural landscape; the present wine terraces can be traced back to the

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Sauvabelin Tower

Built using an environmentally friendly approach, the Sauvabelin Tower is a wooden tower crafted from the wood of local forests that allows visitors a panoramic view high above Lausanne. Visitors climb 302 steps to reach the top of the 35-meter tower

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Musee de l'Elysee

The only museum of its kind in French-speaking Switzerland, the Musee de l'Elysee is devoted entirely to photography, housing a unique collection of more than 100,000 prints covering the history of the medium. Photographers represented include Mario

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Flon Shopping

Nestled in the heart of the city, Flon is active 24 hours a day and offers something for everyone with its wealth of retail and nightlife options. Once home to storage and transshipment facilities, this 55,000-square-meter district is today home to

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