Dating from 1909, this legendary hotel has added to the lustre of Lausanne’s fame as a refuge for royalty and aristocrats from around the world. For many years, the Spanish royal family made the hotel their home in exile, and Thailand’s king also spent much of his youth in residence here. With its unique silhouette and fascinating heritage, the Royal Savoy has become an integral part of Lausanne’s skyline and history.
The Royal Savoy reopened its doors in 2015, after a grandiose 5-year renovation. The hotel now has 196 rooms and suites, a chic brasserie, vast gardens and a 1500 m2 spa.
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The Spa is now home for Dr Burgener treatments, in total synergy with the Clinic BmediC by Dr Burgener Switzerland few meters away. Swimming pools, saunas, steam baths, cold baths, ice fountains, relaxation areas, an additional ladies-only spa, hair salon, fitness center and cosy treatment rooms: the 1,500 m² Spa du Royal is an open invitation to relax and treat your skin.