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Only 24 rooms. Leisurely 3hr 4 1/2 course dinner as part of a package in 22 dec 2012. Power loss at night from 140 km/hr storm added to excitement. Bring flashlight!
Great breakfast w/ eggs done to order.
I enjoyed 2 days in the Pilatus-Kulm Hotel. The views are spectacular and worth the trip. The rooms are refurbished and as such of a good standard - the size of my room was adequate as I was on my own - I would not...More
Although I have visited Mt. Pilatus twice before, I had never stayed at the hotel. This once in a lifetime experience was the highlight of our trip, and we had the thumbs up from two 17 year old boys to boot. During the day there...More
Spent a night in Pilatus Kulm. The location is just stunning, high on one of the peaks of the Swiss Alps. It's the better of two hotels there, so there's little choice anyway.
That said, the view out is fabulous. It was largely immersed in...More
Firstly I have to say what a wonderful experience it was going up the cogwheel train to the hotel. Service was spectacular. I misplaced my return cable car ticket and when I asked them if they could do anything, reception actually gave me a free...More
Response from wernolabound | Reviewed this property |
I'd suggest there are much nicer hotels in Lucerne and just go up for the day. It is a great stop to go up for lunch or a hike but there are other accommodations that would be much nicer down the mountain. I'm sure they have... More
I'd suggest there are much nicer hotels in Lucerne and just go up for the day. It is a great stop to go up for lunch or a hike but there are other accommodations that would be much nicer down the mountain. I'm sure they have to charge a premium in that all there supplies must be brought up too. Lunch was not cheap but was well worth it.