The mesmerizing Chateau Gutsch Will Get You In A Romantic Mood
Chateau Gutsch was originally a 19th-century manor house and hunting lodge. Inspired by the fantasy castles of Bavarian king Ludwig II, this imposing property can be easily seen from the beautiful city of Lucerne in Switzerland. The magnificent hotel covers 50,000 sq ft of space, allowing guests to enjoy the most serene views over lake Lucerne and the famous mountains surrounding it from almost every corner of the property.
This charming castle was often used as a vacation destination for Queen Victoria, but now any traveler may call it home for a while and savor its incredible accommodations. Martyn Lawrence Bullard designed the castle, with an exquisite Gustavian-style palette that creates a unique atmosphere, alongside the Swiss style fireplace and the original Swiss art depicting historic views and scenes from the Gutsch’s archives.
You will have to decide between one of the 27 gorgeous guest rooms and suites decorated in fresh blues, duck egg greens, soft lilacs and sunshine yellows. This timeless caste also boasts French painted Louis IV furniture, alongside Gustavian and Swiss antiques.
The castle has been restored to its former glory, all the while keeping in line with traditions and the captivating history of this imposing building. What resulted was a world class boutique hotel, that also includes modern day luxury and amenities, and impresses everyone with its unique style and history.