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. It is owned by the Sandoz Family Foundation.
|Architectural style||Belle Époque|
|Address||Rue du grand-chêne 7-9|
|Town or city||Lausanne|
|Coordinates||46.5194°N 6.6305°E / 46.5194; 6.6305|
|Number of rooms||106|
|Number of suites||30|
|Number of restaurants||4|
|Number of bars||2|
|Facilities||Conference, banquet and spa|
Presidents of the International Olympic Committee
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–).
Notes and references
- (in French) "Fiche d'identité", www.lausanne-palace.com (page visited on 15 April 2015).
- (in French) Laurent Favre and Servan Peca, "Le CIO fait sa mue", Le Temps, Wednesday 15 April 2015, page 9.
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