The Hotel Seeburg is the oldest hotel on Lake Lucerne, presenting a sort of history of the region's tourism industry with its mix of architectural styles, from the golden age of Lake Lucerne's tourism boom (the end of the 19th century) to the present day. There are 41 three-star rooms located in the Seeburg 61 building, which dates from the 1960s. Many have fantastic lake and sunset views and vibrant contemporary decor. Four-star rooms in the original building (known as the Chalet Gardenia) have been modernized and updated, and while not exactly inspiring in terms of design, they are comfortable and well appointed. The five Designer Junior Suites are where the decor goes over the top, with bold flourishes and flamboyant details (names such as Designer Juniorsuite New Trend and Designer Juniorsuite Versace should give you an idea of what's in store). The Seeburg lies a few miles away from the center of the city, past the Verkehrshaus museum. The compound has plenty of appealing distractions, such as the Rigi Hütte, a chalet-style hidey-hole with great fondue and raclette, and the fun outdoor Sunset Bar, which has its own grill and is situated right on the lakefront.