Events are always exclusive.
There is never more than one event simultaneously. The villa is exclusively yours for the duration of the event.
Which rooms you choose to celebrate in is up to you.
All details about available rooms, capacity, seating options etc. can be found here.
The Great Hall with its dark panels impresses in particular by the Renaissance ceiling, a reproduction of an Italian palazzo, which was executed with great craftsmanship.
High quality tapestries from Flanders can be admired on the walls.
Banquet for about 80 people
Weddings, aperitifs and concerts for about 130 people
The Viennese Hall with its ivory colored walls presents itself with numerous treasures. For instance the two-meter Dutch long-case clock from the 17th century as well as antique furniture and paintings.
Banquet for about 60 people
Weddings, aperitif and concerts for about 80 people
The Gobelin Hall is dominated by the large tapestry “Neptune and his entourage” as well as other antique tapestries, which impress with excellent embroidery.
Banquet for about 40 people
Aperitif for about 30 people
Once you enter the foyer you will realize that you can expect something special tonight.
The curved staircase is always an eye-catcher in the entrance hall and perfect for weddings.
The chapel is suitable for weddings, concerts, commemorative events, etc. for about 50 people.
The chapel is of course an absolute highlight for church weddings right at the site of the festivities.
The chapel with chancel, clock tower and Goll organ was built during the construction of the Villa St. Charles Hall between 1921 and 1925.
In 1925 this chapel was consecrated as a semi-public prayer house by the Megger pastor Süess. After the death of the owners Tonio and Mary von Riedemann and the sale to the couple Paul and Gertrud Fischbacher-Labhard, the chapel was rarely used. When Paul Fischbacher died in 1959, his wife had a funeral monument built for him in the chapel instead of the altar.
The Villa St. Charles Hall provides the ideal setting for meetings, seminars, workshops etc. for companies and organizations.
During weddings, the conservatory is used as a dressing and make-up room for the bride.
The south-facing terrace offers a unique view of the panorama of Lake Lucerne, the Central Swiss mountains and the extensive park of the villa. This park is decorated with many sculptures from the world of animals and mythical creatures, as well as ornamental stairs, archways, ponds and mighty trees.
Suitable for aperitif and receptions also for large groups.