DREI KONIGE, LUCERNE

We look forward to welcoming you to our family-run hotel in the middle of the lively Bruchquartier. Check in with us and immerse yourself in one of the trendiest quarters in the city. Or walk a few steps and discover all the famous sights of Lucerne.

Built in 1909, Hotel Drei Könige has retained its charm to this day. Our long-standing tradition is very important to us, but of course we also keep up with the times. Come by – and let yourself be pampered by director Thomas Hostettler and his team. Bye for now! 

And even if many things have changed over the years, one thing has remained the same: hospitality is and remains our most important credo. Find out below how Hotel Drei Könige became the establishment it is today.

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HOW TO REACH

Zürich Airport serves the city of Zürich and most of the country. It is Switzerland’s largest airport. It is less than an hour away from Lucerne. The airport offers flights to 62 countries and 196 destinations around the world. The airport is connected to various cities across the world, such as Muscat, Singapore, Toronto, Bangkok, Washington, Beijing, etc. Major airlines serving this airport include Swiss International Air Lines, Singapore Airlines, Edelweiss Air, Air Berlin, United Airlines, Helvetic Airways, Germania Flug and many more. 

Swiss Federal Railway connects Lucerne to most of Switzerland. The main train station of Lucerne is located in the centre of the town. Domestic and international connections arrive and depart from there. The station has a ticket counter, tourist information as well as shopping venues. There are hourly trains from the Zürich airport, Berne and Olten. There are also half-hourly trains from Zürich and other connections to most Swiss cities.

Switzerland has no intercity bus operators as the train system connects most of the country. There are few long-distance buses to destinations in Croatia, Italy and southern France. 

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