Bürgenstock Hotels & Resort partners with Revinate

Bürgenstock Hotels & Resort is a four-hotel, 12-restaurant, 10,000-square-meter spa resort.

Bürgenstock Hotels & Resort has partnered with Revinate to have Revinate provide all four properties at the Swiss resort, the Bürgenstock Hotel & Alpine Spa, the Waldhotel Health & Medical Excellence, the Palace Hotel & Conferences and Taverne 1879, with its online marketing, reputation and survey tools.

The Bürgenstock Resort is based on a $566-million investment and led by Robert Herr as GM and Bruno Schöpfer as its managing director. The Bürgenstock Hotel & Alpine Spa lies at the core of this four-hotel, 12-restaurant, 10,000-square-meter spa resort, and aims to be one of the most elegant hotels in Switzerland. Its 102 rooms and suites combine modern architecture, contemporary design features and staggering views of Lake Lucerne. A member of the Leading Hotels of the World network, it is also an environmentally friendly property with close to CO2-neutral heating and cooling system based on lake water.

As for the other three properties of the resort, The Palace Hotel dates back from 1903 and has been thoroughly renovated, combining tradition with an innovative architectural vision; the Waldhotel, designed by star architect Matteo Thun, spans 160 rooms; and Taverne 1879 offers a cozy, alpine-styled concept for visitors and hikers.


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“With the new Bürgenstock Resort Lake Lucerne a multifaceted year-round destination and with three of our hotels in the luxury category, we understand how vital it is to reach our key audiences through precise and effective techniques,” Herr said in a statement. “Through the partnership with Revinate, we will have the benefit of its state of the art tools to support our marketing efforts which will be key to our successful first year.”

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