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Hotel des Voyageurs3 Star Hotel

Rue Grand Saint-Jean 19, CH-1003 Lausanne

Guest review score

7.5 from 76 reviews

Apart from free wireless internet access throughout the building, very much appreciated, you can also use the internet corner at the reception, LAUSANNE tends to inspire hyperbole. In a country of spectacular natural beauty it is the most beautiful of cities, Switzerland’s San Francisco, a city of incredibly steep hills that has developed tiered above the lake on a succession of compact, south-facing terraces. Vistas of blue water, glittering sunlight and the purple and grey of the looming, whitecapped Savoy Alps peep through between gaps in buildings or at the ends of steeply dropping alleys. Much of the city is still wooded, there are plenty of parks, and the tree-lined lakefront promenades spill over with lush, beds of vibrantly colourful flowers. Attractive, interesting, worldly, and well aware of how to have a good time, it’s simply Switzerland’s sexiest city. Visitors appreciate the hotel can be found in a pedestrianized street in the centre of Lausanne, highly valued, next to the Lausanne-Flon train and metro station, The comparisons with San Francisco don’t stop at the gorgeous setting. If Switzerland has a counterculture, it lives in the clubs and cafés of Lausanne, a fact which – odd though it seems – lies broadly within the city’s long tradition of fostering intellectual and cultural innovation. From medieval times, Lausanne has stood at the Swiss cultural avant-garde. Back then, the cathedral crowned the city the most influential of the region; it still sits resplendant on an Old Town hill, the country’s most impressive Gothic monument. After the Reformation, students flocked to Lausanne’s pioneering university, and in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, restless Romantics sought and found inspiration in the setting and the life of Lausanne. It remains a grand-looking city, full of shuttered foursquare mansions and ritzy shopping streets, and with its own glamorous lakeside resort of Ouchy; but, despite the looks, there are few cities in Europe that so actively value and support the pleasure principle. For decades, the municipality has generously subsidized art and culture of all shades, resulting in a range of festivals, live music, clubs, theatre, opera and dance to rival a more sluggish metropolis ten times bigger than 300,000-strong Lausanne. It would be an exaggeration to say you could find anything you wanted in Lausanne, but the happy combination of a long tradition of cultural experimentation, open and willing audiences and chunky public subsidies gives the city’s arts and entertainment a refreshing breadth. It offers free wireless internet, Aiding the dynamism, a defining feature of the city is its international population of students, attracted to the prestigious University of Lausanne, Switzerland’s biggest, and the French-language arm of the Federal Institute of Technology. Hundreds of language schools and private academies enhance the city’s reputation for learning, along with the world-famous École Hotelière, training ground for top chefs and hotel staff. An array of international study programmes helps to feed Lausanne’s uniquely diverse multi-ethnic makeup. This youthful spirit, and the city’s hilly aspect, have also given Lausanne a new role as European blading and skateboarding capital: when the sun shines, every public space hisses with the spinning of tiny wheels, and the Ouchy waterfront in summer echoes to the clack of skateboards. Bladers have been clocked doing 90kph on the city’s hills, and in the winter, after days of heavy snow when blading is necessarily curtailed, it’s not unknown to see the same intrepid characters skiing through the streets down to Ouchy. The family-run Voyageurs hotel is also only 400 metres away from the Metropole 2000 shopping centre, On a more orthodox line, since 1874 Lausanne has been the home of the highest Swiss federal court of appeal, and has also attracted many multinational companies, not least Philip Morris, who chose Lausanne as a base from which to sell their Marlboro, Chesterfield, Suchard and Toblerone brands to Europe and Africa. However, the feature which the tourist office has lit upon is that the International Olympic Committee has been headquartered in Lausanne since 1915, and has attracted to the city an array of world governing bodies in sports ranging from chess to volleyball; they tout the city as “Olympic Capital” and endlessly plug the rather vapid Olympic Museum. It’s a mark of Lausannois spirit that given the chance to host the 1994 winter games, the locals dismayed the municipality and the IOC by voting the idea down and embracing the annual International Roller and Skateboarding Contest instead. All the rooms feature tea and coffee making facilities, You can find the whole of Switzerland on the shores of Lake Geneva snowy mountains, bucolic wine-villages, city nightlife, the sound of cow-bells in rolling pastureland, castles, cathedrals and the dreamily beautiful, cerulean blue lake itself, which is Lac Léman in French, Genfersee in German, . The southern shore of the lake is in France, taking in the mighty Savoy Alps as well as Mont-Blanc a little further south. The northern, Swiss, shore forms the economic and cultural focus of Suisse Romande, centred around Lausanne, an energetic, endearing city that’s too often skimmed over in favour of Geneva’s more limited pleasures. During the entire length of your stay, and above all, you can make free use of public transport in Lausanne, Aside from Geneva in the southwest and a fragment of Canton Valais in the southeast, this is all Canton Vaud, which is pronounced voh, . In 1536, Bern’s army swept down from the north, implanting the Reformation and placing the whole area under bailiffs; just over two centuries later, in a 1798 revolution backed by France, Vaudois freedom-fighters won control of the Bernese lakeside estates and agricultural heartland. Napoleon put his seal on the deed by formally creating a new canton out of the territory, which duly joined the Swiss Confederation in 1803 under a green-and-white flag which still flies in towns and villages to this day bearing the words “Liberté et Patrie”. The ambience of the region is thoroughly Gallic: historical animosity towards Catholic France has given way to a yearning on the part of most urban francophone Swiss to abandon their heel-dragging compatriots in the more stolid east and embrace the EU. The short train-ride from the Swiss-German cities of the Mittelland crosses more than just a linguistic boundary – it seems to span a whole continent of attitude., The giant Canton Bern is one of the country’s largest, taking in a swathe of diverse countryside from snowy Alpine peaks to gently rolling farmland. The north of the canton is focused around the small city of Bern itself, Switzerland’s low-key and attractive federal capital. With a grand and glorious history at the fulcrum of Swiss history, Bern has often dominated the economic and political fortunes of the populated west-central heartland – or Mittelland – of the country. This arc of territory stretching from the Lake Geneva shores to Zürich holds, and has always held, the most fertile country, the densest population, and the greatest wealth of all the diverse areas of Switzerland. The Reformation may have begun in Zürich, and flourished in Geneva, but it was the Bernese army that seized hearts and minds in the countryside between the two. For centuries after the Burgundian wars, the patrician nobility of Bern controlled a wealthy city-state covering the entire Mittelland; it was only a French-backed revolution in 1798 that saw Bern stripped both of its Lake Geneva breadbasket, which is carved out to form Canton Vaud, and the rolling farmland of the north, which is Canton Aargau, . Nonetheless, Bern was a natural choice for Swiss federal capital under the 1848 constitution, and with overwhelming economic and political clought, Bern can still to this day call the shots in its home region., Every Swiss values his or her home canton above all the others, but the Bernese seem to be able to draw on a particularly deep wellspring of nationalistic pride in celebrating their own identity, culture and language. They’re famous around the country for their slow, deliberate manner, and you’ll pick up a sing-song tone in the lethargic Bernese dialect of Swiss-German that sparks inevitable associations with Welsh or Texan accents of English. Parallels with Wales or Texas don’t stop at language: like them, Bern – once an independent state – is now bound into a larger polity but has a relatively static, self-assured population who tend to feel little affinity with the people over the border. Luzerners and Fribourgeois are strangers, with whom the Bernese share a nationality but neither a cultural nor a religious identity. The slow-talking Bernese traditionally decry Zürchers for being big-city hotheads, and Baslers and Genfers for being snobs – and the compliment is returned, with the Bernese dismissed as hair-splitting dullards., Around Bern, the lush hills and tidy, picturesque farming communities of the Berner Mittelland hold plenty of rustic charm, not least in the Emmental region to the east., which is The Berner Oberland, or Bernese Alps, in the south of the canton, has its own chapter., Two cities near Bern well worth making time for are Solothurn to the north, and the much-overlooked town of Fribourg to the southwest., To the east of Bern, a blissfully bucolic region of farmhouses and dairies, undulating hills and peaceful villages, spreads through and around the Emmental, the valley, which is tal, of the River Emme. Somehow or other, despite the presence of a show dairy and the region’s prominent place in the hearts of the rurally minded, cheese-loving Swiss, the Emmental has managed to escape heavy tourist development. It’s a wonderful place for long country walks or bike rides. To the north, generic suburban prosperity quietly covers the land as far as the dignified old city of Solothurn, capital of its own canton – a fact which rather awkwardly forced tourist offices to recently rename the Berner Mittelland as the “Schweizer Mittelland”, in deference to non-Bernese sensibilities.


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General hotel policies*

* policies applicable to particular rates/rooms prevail over general hotel policies

Check-in & check-out, currency

Check-in:   from 12:00   to 23:00
Check-out:  07:00  to 12:00
Currency: CHF

Cancellation Policy

If cancelled up to 1 day before the date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled later or in case of no-show, the first night will be charged.

Deposit Policy

No deposit will be charged.

Meal Plan

Buffet breakfast is included in the room rate.

Children and Extra Bed Policy

All children are welcome.
All children under 6 years stay free of charge when using existing bedding.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for cots.
All older children or adults are charged CHF 40 per night per person for extra beds.
Maximum capacity of extra beds in a room is 1.
Maximum capacity of babycots in a room is 2.

Features

Please carefully read policies & conditions for charges

Hotel des Voyageurs is a 3 star hotel featuring 33 rooms in total

Services

  • Laundry
  • Ironing Service
  • Internet Services
  • Currency Exchange
  • Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN
  • Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included

Facilities

  • Pets Allowed
  • Elevator

Parking

No parking available.

Internet

Wi-fi is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.

Pets

Pets are allowed. No extra charges.

Area & travel information

Address

Rue Grand Saint-Jean 19
CH-1003 Lausanne

How to get there

From the main train station: - Take the metro in the direction of Croisettes to the Flon stop. - Walk straight over the pedestrian bridge to Rue Pichard. - Turn right after 20 metres into Rue Grand St-Jean.

 

Places nearby...

Ouchy : 0.3 km
Pully : 1.3 km
Montagibert : 1.5 km
Vuachère : 2.2 km
Flon : 2.5 km
Galicien : 3 km
Lausanne : 3 km
Paudex : 3.4 km
Paudèze : 3.4 km
Le Mont : 3.4 km
Le Mont-sur-Lausanne : 3.4 km
En Vennes : 3.6 km
Vennes-sur-Lausanne : 3.6 km
Vennes : 3.6 km
Venoge : 3.8 km
Venoge Rivière : 3.8 km
Renens : 4.1 km
Prilly : 4.1 km
Epalinges : 4.3 km
Châtelard : 4.4 km
Le Châtelard : 4.4 km
Saint-Sulpice : 5.1 km
Crissier : 5.1 km
Lutry : 5.2 km
Chavannes : 5.3 km
Belmont : 5.4 km
Romanel : 5.8 km
Romanel-sur-Lausanne : 5.8 km
Bussigny : 6.1 km
Le Chalet-à-Gobet : 6.5 km
Chalet à Gobet : 6.5 km
Saint Chalet á Gobet : 6.5 km
Cugy : 7.1 km
Savigny : 8.4 km
Cully : 8.7 km
Lavaux : 9.2 km
Ryftal : 9.2 km
Riftal : 9.2 km
Cheseaux : 9.3 km
Romanel : 9.5 km
Jorat : 9.6 km
Jorat d'Echallens : 9.6 km
Jurten : 9.6 km
Le Jorat d'Echallens : 9.6 km
Mont Jorat : 9.6 km
Mount Jorat : 9.6 km
Froideville : 9.8 km
Morges : 10.2 km
Bioley-Orjulaz : 10.9 km
Assens : 10.9 km
Bottens : 10.9 km
Puidoux-Chexbres : 11 km
Gollion : 11.4 km
Les Thioleyres : 11.6 km
Puidoux : 11.7 km
Chexbres : 12.2 km
Canton Valais : 12.4 km
Kanton Wallis : 12.4 km
Wallis : 12.4 km
Valais : 12.4 km
Daillens : 12.6 km
Echallens : 12.7 km
Colombier : 13.2 km
Penthalaz : 13.3 km
Peney : 13.3 km
Saint-Prex : 13.4 km
Maxilly : 13.4 km
Neuvecelle : 13.6 km
Vullierens : 13.8 km
Oron-la-ville : 13.8 km
Lugrin : 13.9 km
Cossonay : 14 km
Cossonay-Ville : 14 km
Ropraz : 14.1 km
Forel : 14.5 km
Mionnaz : 14.5 km
Chardonne : 14.7 km
Goumoens : 14.8 km
Meillerie : 14.8 km
Saint-Paul : 15.2 km
Lac Léman : 15.4 km
Genfer See : 15.4 km
Lake Leman : 15.4 km
Lake Geneva : 15.4 km
Lake of Geneva : 15.4 km
Lemano : 15.4 km
Lac de Genève : 15.4 km
Lago di Ginevra : 15.4 km
Saint-Gingolph : 15.4 km
Grancy : 15.6 km
Ecublens : 15.6 km
Évian : 15.7 km
Apples : 15.7 km
Palézieux : 15.7 km
Sottens : 16.5 km
Publier : 16.5 km
Thollon : 16.5 km
Yens : 16.6 km
Attalens : 16.7 km
Drance : 16.8 km
La Drance Rivière : 16.8 km
Dranse : 16.8 km
Pampigny : 16.9 km
Marin : 17 km
Dizy : 17.1 km
Bernex : 17.2 km
Larringes : 17.5 km
Rue : 17.8 km
Cossonay : 18 km
Champanges : 18.2 km
Maracon : 18.2 km
Aubonne : 18.3 km
Vevey : 18.4 km
La Sarraz : 18.7 km
Allaman : 18.8 km
Vinzier : 18.9 km
Bavois : 19 km
Saint-Livres : 19.2 km
Vaud : 19.3 km
Waadt : 19.3 km
Kanton Waadt : 19.3 km
La Tour-de-Peilz : 19.5 km
Féterne : 19.6 km
Féternes : 19.6 km
Les Pléiades : 19.6 km
L'Isle : 19.8 km
Chapelle : 19.8 km
Vauderens : 19.9 km
Saint-Gingolph : 19.9 km
Porsel : 20 km
Chièsaz : 20.1 km
La Chièsaz : 20.1 km
La Dent d' Oche : 20.4 km
Pailly : 20.5 km
Châtel-Saint-Denis : 20.5 km
Thonon : 20.6 km
Novel : 20.6 km
Aubonne : 20.7 km
Ballens : 20.7 km
Chevenoz : 20.8 km
Moudon : 20.8 km
Mont-la-Ville : 20.9 km
Armoy : 20.9 km
Dranse d'Abondance : 20.9 km
La Drance de Savoie : 20.9 km
Drance Rivière : 20.9 km
La Dranse de Morzine Rivière : 20.9 km
Dranse Rivière : 20.9 km
Drance de Savoie : 20.9 km
La Drance d'Abondance : 20.9 km
La Drance Rivière : 20.9 km
Dranse de Morzine : 20.9 km
Le Brévon Torrent : 21.1 km
Torrent le Brévon : 21.1 km
Vacheresse : 21.1 km
Bercher : 21.1 km
Montricher : 21.1 km
Perroy : 21.3 km
Blonay : 21.3 km
Reyvroz : 21.4 km
Mollens : 21.6 km
Fruence : 21.8 km
Arnex : 22 km
Thierrens : 22 km
Suchy : 22.1 km
Lyaud : 22.1 km
Le Lyaud : 22.1 km
Dent du Velan : 22.2 km
Dent du Lan : 22.2 km
Bouveret : 22.6 km
Le Bouveret : 22.6 km
Chavornay : 22.6 km
Oppens : 22.6 km
La Forclaz : 22.7 km
La Vernaz : 22.8 km
Col de Mollendruz : 23 km
Mollendruz : 23 km
Col du Molendruz : 23 km
Le Châtelard : 23.1 km
Le Châtelard-Montreux : 23.1 km
Châtelard : 23.1 km
Bière : 23.2 km
Orbe : 23.3 km
La Praz : 23.3 km
Vailly : 23.5 km
Agiez : 23.7 km
Rolle : 23.7 km
Mont-sur-Rolle : 23.7 km
Cornettes de Bise : 23.8 km
Les Cornettes de Bise : 23.8 km
Baye de Montreux : 23.8 km
Montreux : 23.8 km
Romainmôtier : 23.8 km
Epautheyres : 23.8 km
Ependes : 23.9 km
Semsales : 24.1 km
Siviriez : 24.3 km
Mont Chauffé : 24.3 km
Essertines : 24.4 km
Orbe : 24.4 km

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