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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Elite Lausanne
The hotel was very pleasant and staff friendly. The room was warm and comfortable witha good view of the Lake Leman. Breakfast was continental with plenty on offer
It would have been useful to have had kettle and cups in the room enabling us to make warm drinks.
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... town for dinner, this time at a place called Eat Me. In all honesty, if it had been on my dime, I'd have been in bed with a glass of alka seltzer by now, but needs must. So, Eat Me was a rather trendy establishment, very buzzy with a bar--like atmosphere. There was an open kitchen where we could watch the chefs work. The idea of the place was small plates of food taken from around the world and you ordered a selection to share. We had about 8 small ...
... somewhat typical for Switzerland. There were several types of juice, cereals, two types of cold meat, one type of cheese, medium boiled eggs and several types of bread which had to be sliced (with a toaster provided). Coffee was served by the staff in a silver pot. A basket with a bun and two Croissants was also provided.
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