Glaziers Hall, The Mug House and Southwark Cathedral at London Bridge will the the home of the Swiss Olympic team during the 2012 Olympic Games.
The House of Switzerland is one of the few national guest centres at the Olympic Games open to the public and is intended for a wide local and international audience.
The House of Switzerland is the official Swiss guest house at the Olympic Games, a meeting place for the Swiss Olympic Team as well as decision-makers from the fields of sports, business and politics. It is also the location for the TV studio of the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation.
An outdoor area will be used for cultural events, performances and medal ceremonies for Swiss athletes.
"We are delighted to be in partnership with our neighbours and with the people of Switzerland during the 2012 Olympics," says Canon Andrew Nunn, acting Dean of Southwark.
"This will be an exciting time for all the people of London and we look forward to welcoming people of all nations to the cathedral in the spirit of the Olympic movement.
"We hope that our international and domestic visitors will feel that they can use Southwark Cathedral as a special place of prayer and peace during these important events and throughout the year."
Later this month the London Welsh Male Voice Choir will give a concert at the cathedral to mark World Leprosy Day and raise awareness of Leprosy Mission's 2012 flower festival.