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Largest plot and core of the site, with reserve building land
This is the largest plot of the site, covering over 38,641 m², of which 5,908 m² is in the core zone of Seelisberg. The eastern, lower and flat part holds the Grand Hotel Sonnenberg and the Dependance - formerly staff house. The western part is noted for its hillside location with meadows, woodland and garden. A few buildings are located here (such as a barn, stable, etc.). The southern, elevated and flat part of the core zone with the former swimming pool and the tennis court, remains undeveloped.
Plot with the derelict Kurhotel Kulm and the unique panoramic terrace with exceptional views and vista
This is the second-largest plot of the site at 8,206 m², of which 4,609 m² is located in the core zone of Seelisberg. It is home to the Kurhotel Kulm, which adjoins a unique panoramic terrace, complete with park and pavilion, and extending as far as the Schiller Balcony. Access is in the western part via Dorfstrasse. It is the extension and continuation of the plot containing the Grand Hotel Sonnenberg and forms a coherent whole. The plot extends to the east as far as the edge bordering the steeply sloping terrain, which runs down to the shores of Lake Lucerne with the Rütliwiese, offering uninterrupted distant views. The southern part is wooded and includes a footpath leading to the Rütliwiese. Access is in the western part via the Dorfstrasse.
Extension and integral part of the Pilgerheim (pilgrim guesthouse)
The plot covers 309 m² and is completely within the core zone of Seelisberg. The plot houses the Ayurveda clinic as an extension to the Pilgerheim. Access and entry is through the Pilgerheim premises. Together with the Pilgerheim, the Ayurveda clinic forms the Maharishi Ayurveda Health Centre. Access is in the eastern part via Dorfstrasse.
On the trail to the chapel of Maria Sonnenberg
The plot covers 409 m² and is completely within the core zone of Seelisberg. The plot includes the Pilgerheim, which is located on the trail to the pilgrimage chapel of Maria Sonnenberg. Access is in the eastern part via Dorfstrasse.
Terraced plot as "prime seat” above the lake
The plot covers 753 m² and is completely within the core zone of Seelisberg. The plot contained the former Hotel Waldhaus, which over time became the distribution centre of AyurVeda AG. The plot is terraced and on the upper level has a garden covering 344 m². To the south it borders the plot containing the pilgrimage chapel of Maria Sonnenberg. To the west the former, still maintained pilgrimage trail runs to and from the chapel. The plot offers a grand, unobstructable view across Lake Lucerne to Brunnen and the Mythen. The plot is accessible via Dorfstrasse (to the east).
Quiet plot with distant views, in a favourable and sunny location
The plot covers 1,071 m² and is completely within the core zone of Seelisberg. The plot of the Waldhaus Dependance and two other, smaller buildings enjoys a quiet, sunny and elevated position offering a distant view across the lake to the Swiss Alps. The garden to its side measures 793 m² and is supplemented by a wooded area to the west. Access is to the east via the pilgrimage trail.
Former village bakery in the upper village
The plot covers 407 m² and is completely within the core zone of Seelisberg. The plot includes the building that originally functioned as the village bakery on the village street in the upper village of Seelisberg. It now provides offices and residential accommodation. Access is via Dorfstrasse.
Car park for the residential building.
The plot covers 69 m² and is completely within the core zone of Seelisberg. The plot supplements that of the residential building and is part of the same. Access is via Dorfstrasse.
Parking for the Waldhaus
The plot covers 226 m² and is completely within the 2a residential zone of Seelisberg.
The plot is on the northernmost part of the site and is primarily used as parking for the Waldhaus.
Access via Dorfstrasse.
A unique testament to the pioneering spirit of the founding period of the aristocratic hotel industry on Lake Lucerne with architectural, cultural and historical significance.
It consists of a monumental ground floor with entrance hall, reception, office and additional rooms, grand staircases to the monumental second floor which accommodates the then largest, unsupported ballroom and dining room with wing rooms. Above are three standard floors with 69 hotel rooms and an attic floor with 22 staff rooms and the cupola, a landmark feature of the Grand Hotel.
The building has a usable space of approx. 5,300 m² with a cubic volume of approx. 35,000 m³.
The building, built in 1874/75, has a considerable maintenance backlog.
This valuable heritage property including features and elements of the Grand Hotel is listed in the Swiss Inventory of Cultural Property of National and Regional Significance as a cultural property of regional significance (B Property). The estate lies directly on the Path of Switzerland
Annexe to the Grand Hotel Sonnenberg, designed as a functional building and used at that time as a staff and service building
It consists of a ground floor and 3 upper floors plus an attic floor. The building connects with the Grand Hotel Sonnenberg and the Kurhotel Kulm.
The building has a usable space of approx. 1,270 m² with a cubic volume of approx. 7,500 m³. The building, built in 1870, has a considerable maintenance backlog. The structure of the building is appropriate to its age.
Second hotel building of architectural significance that together with the Grand Hotel Sonnenberg forms an overall concept
It consists of a main building and two lateral wings with characteristic round towers and a central structure. The building, which has a partial basement, is divided into a ground floor and 3 standard floors with 101 hotel rooms.
The adjoining, planted terraces extend to the panoramic terrace of the Grand Hotel.
The building offers a floor space of approx. 3,900 m² with a cubature of approx. 18,800 m³. The building, built in 1863/64, is in a dilapidated state and is currently unused. It has been removed from the register of objects worthy of protection in the canton of Uri.
Quiet guesthouse on the pilgrimage site of Maria Sonnenberg
As part of the Maharishi Ayurveda Health Centre, the building consists of a ground floor and 3 upper floors plus an attic floor. It has dining, lounge and accommodation space for guests with 20 single and double rooms, studios and apartments with views of Lake Lucerne and the mountains.
The building offers a floor space of approx. 810 m² with a cubature of approx. 3,100 m³.
The building dating from 1970 is well maintained. The building fabric is in keeping with its age.
Continuation of the Pilgerheim to the Clinic section
The building consists of a ground floor and 2 upper floors plus an attic floor. It offers treatment rooms and accommodation for spa guests.
The building has a usable area of approx. 310 m² with a cubature of approx. 1'620 m³.
The building from 2005 is well preserved. The building fabric is in keeping with its age.
Formerly Hotel Waldhaus and AyurVeda AG Head Office
Originally a hotel, the building was turned into the distribution centre of AyurVeda AG, which relocated in 2018. The building consists of a ground floor with partial basement, first floor with offices and commercial premises, two upper floors and an attic.
The building offers a floor space of approx. 880 m² with a cubature of 3'636 m³.
The building, which dates from 1991, is well preserved. The building fabric is in keeping with its age.
The Dependance of the former Hotel Waldhaus consists of a main building and 2 smaller buildings
The main building has a ground floor and 2 upper floors which can be used as rooms. It is situated on a green terrace with unrestricted views of the lake and mountains.
The main building offers a usable area of approx. 245 m² with a cubature of 620 m³.
The building requires considerable maintenance. The building fabric is in keeping with its age.
Residential house, former village bakery
On the top of the Seelisberg upper village, the building served as the village bakery before it was converted for office and residential purposes.
It consists of a first floor and 2 upper floors plus an attic floor with a total of 4 apartments and a studio.
The building offers a floor space of approx. 380 m² with a cubature of 2'431 m³.
The property was built in 1905 and is well maintained. The building fabric is in keeping with its age.