The “Lumières” owes its name by the evening lights of the city of Lucerne – a sight you won’t soon forget.
Especially if you also enjoy the creations of the new chef de cuisine, Ludovico de Vivo. The award-winning chef brings international prestige to the Gütsch. De Vivo has already worked in renowned establishments such as the “Relais & Châteaux Capofaro” in Sicily, the “Chalet Zermatt Peak”, which has just been named the world’s best ski chalet, and the “Noma” in Copenhagen. The southern Italian adores Mediterranean cuisine and brings only the best of it to the Lumières.
Monday – Sunday
07.00 a. m. – 10.30 a. m.
12.00 a. m. – 2.00 p. m.
6.00 a. m. – 10.00 p. m.
The “Lumières” is closed from the beginning of February to mid-May for renovation.
During this time we offer you a culinary alternative: Tavolata in the ballroom.