Lausanne Palace

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Lausanne Palace
Hotel Lausanne Palace (cropped).jpg
The main entrance, with flags of Switzerland, Vaud, the Leading Hotels of the World and the Olympic flag (2013).
Lausanne Palace is located in Switzerland
Lausanne Palace
General information
Architectural style Belle Époque
Address Rue du grand-chêne 7-9
Town or city Lausanne
Country   Switzerland
Coordinates 46°31′10″N 6°37′50″E / 46.5194°N 6.6305°E / 46.5194; 6.6305Coordinates: 46°31′10″N 6°37′50″E / 46.5194°N 6.6305°E / 46.5194; 6.6305
Other information
Number of rooms 106[1]
Number of suites 30[1]
Number of restaurants 4[1]
Number of bars 3[1]
Facilities Conference, banquet and spa[1]

The Lausanne Palace is a historic luxury hotel in Lausanne, Switzerland. It is located in the city centre, near the Esplanade of Montbenon and has a view on Le Flon on one side and on the Lake Léman on the other.

Presidents of the International Olympic Committee[edit]

Since 1994, Lausanne is recognised as the Olympic Capital; the Lausanne Palace was the residence of three presidents of the International Olympic Committee: Juan Antonio Samaranch (1980–2001), Jacques Rogge (2001–2013) and Thomas Bach (2013–).[2]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e (in French) "Fiche d'identité", (page visited on 15 April 2015).
  2. ^ (in French) Laurent Favre and Servan Peca, "Le CIO fait sa mue", Le Temps, Wednesday 15 April 2015, page 9.

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