Agora Swiss Night
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAgora Swiss Night Lausanne
This hotel was in a great location for us- very close to the train station & to the metro. We didn't have a view of the Lake Geneve or the Cathedral but it was economical. It was also spotless clean & modern (wifi worked in our room perfectly). The staff was very friendly & the free transportation cards were a nice surprise. I would recommend.
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