4-star hotel in Lausanne

A passion for hospitality since 1910

Our 4-star hotel is inextricably linked to the history of Lausanne.

Opened in 1910, Hôtel de la Paix  has the distinctive aura of a property with a prestigious past.

This luxury hotel was created by Alphonse LAVERRIERE , the Swiss architect to whom Lausanne owes many of its iconic buildings. He designed Bel-Air Tower, Chauderon Bridge, the train station, the Payot bookshop, the Federal Court and Valancy park, among many others.

Over the decades and having undergone renovations and received investments, our hotel has always endeavoured to satisfy a demanding international clientèle. The hotel is renowned for its modern facilities, its stunning panoramic views and the warm welcome it offers its guests.

Driven by this same desire today, the hotel’s management continues to work hard to ensure that guests enjoy the ultimate stay.

The hotel’s values

Hôtel de la Paix boasts a long family history.

The Imfeld family has run this incredible Swiss hotel since the late 1930s.

Today, Jacqueline Imfeld is the director of the hotel and is one of the few women in Switzerland to hold such a position in a high-end hotel. She is assisted by her son Stefano Brunetti Imfeld who, like his mother, believes in the importance of people and family values.

Steeped in history and managed by experts, Hôtel de la Paix provides an exceptional quality of service which is made possible by a truly unique team spirit.

Each and every one of our clients benefits from this.