Built in 1905, Hotel Villa Honegg re-opened in 2011 after undergoing extensive renovations, which were undertaken carefully so as not to compromise on its historical charm. Designers Tom Jestico and John Whiles have used wood, leather, stone, velvet and brocade to create a spectacular effect. The 23 rooms and suites at Villa Honegg offer plenty of privacy, tranquillity and comfort in a phenomenal mountain setting.
→ Rooms At Hotel Villa Honegg
The Hotel Villa Honegg has 23 comfortable rooms and suites to cater to every kind of guest. With a pleasant blend of natural materials and elegance, the interiors of each room have an inviting ambience fostering relaxation and a sense of well-being.
The Master Suite
The largest suite at Villa Honegg, the Master Suite, also happens to be the most exclusive. Featuring a comfortable king size bed, a dressing room and a separate cosy living area, the Master Suite also has a balcony with incredible views of Lake Lucerne.
The Corner Suites
The Corner Suite at Hotel Villa Honegg is furnished with an eye for detail and comfort. Along with a comfortable king-size bed, the suite also has a separable lounge area and terrace overlooking the lake and the mountains.
The Junior Suites
Featuring a comfortable king-sized bed and a stylish sitting area, the Junior Suites are available with terrace or balcony views of the lake.
The Superior Rooms
Available with a terrace or a balcony with views of the lake or of the mountains, the Superior Rooms are spacious and include a connecting door to another Superior Room, should the need arise.
The Classic Rooms
The Classic Room has a queen-sized bed, as well as an en-suite bathroom with shower and water closet.
The wainscoted lounge is lovely, but the terrace lounge at Hotel Villa Honegg is the real deal. From here, you can trace exactly where your meal is coming from: the butcher is across the meadow, and almost all produce hails from within the premises.
You can enjoy regional dishes, such as fondue and raclette, as well as international classics and Lebanese specialties. The beef tartar, the meatloaf and the älpler macaroni-ravioli are some of the most popular dishes. Awarded 14 Gault-Millau points, all the dishes are made from locally-sourced ingredients. There's a fireside cigar lounge that puts the cherry on top of a full day of leisure and for non-smokers, there’s a second lounge.