The Alpine Spa
The Bürgenstock Hotel
Bürgenstock Hotels & Resort, Lake Lucerne
We all love a world class spa. What do we need to know about yours?
The Alpine Spa at the Bürgenstock Hotel covers 107,000 square feet over three levels. There are 13 treatment rooms and three private spa suites. The 1,383-foot-long infinity pool wraps around two sides of the Alpine Spa and overlooks stunning Lake Lucerne. Guests reach the infinity pool through the 69-foot-long indoor pool that has glass doors opening onto the outdoor infinity pool. There are two benches in the infinity pool. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the Relaxation Room bring the calming Alpine landscape in. Parquet floors and light-colored oak lining the walls offer a warm sense of wellbeing. In the silent zone, guests can relax on loungers, waterbeds and sofas in front of an open fire. Next door in the Spa Lounge, also with lake views, there are rooms for meetings, private conversations and relaxing over a herbal tea or fresh juice. From here, guests can continue on to the hot and cold Kneipp baths, a large Alpine Rasul bath with seating niches, a saline bath, and two infra-red cabins and nap shells. Further on is a clothing-free spa zone for women and men 16 years and older and a Ladies’ Spa, also clothing free and exclusively for women. Both have cold and warm water pools, Jacuzzis, herbal steam baths, rock showers, aroma saunas and relaxation rooms. Each area also has a Finnish sauna, with the sauna in the co-ed area boasting a panoramic window and open fireplace. The co-ed spa has an ice room and an alpine eco-pool.
What makes you unique?
The astounding views of stunning Lake Lucerne and the surrounding Swiss Alps on three sides along with our extensive facilities.
What do you recommend as the ultimate treatment?
The Bürgenstock Stone Massage with stone from the mountain itself.
Any insider tips
Book a private spa suite for 2 hours with champagne & fruit
The Bürgenstock Hotel & Alpine Spa is one of four hotels at Switzerland’s newest luxury resort, the Bürgenstock Hotels & Resort Lake Lucerne, that opened in stages from June through mid-December 2017. The resort also boasts 8 restaurants (serving Swiss, French, Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Thai, Lebanese and Persian cuisine), two spas (one medical spa at the Waldhotel), golf, tennis and Europe’s highest outdoor elevator. Guests reach the resort via a new high-speed catamaran and then take the new funicular (an exact reproduction of the 1888 one) that delivers guests right into the Bürgenstock Hotel.