Renaissance Lucerne Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRenaissance Lucerne Hotel
The room in the Renaissance in Lucerne is not as large as that in other hotels that we have stayed in. It is still a good size and has a king size bed and separate bathroom. We are here for two nights.
The breakfasts have been excellent. We both went back for second courses.
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