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Points of Interest in Geneva
La maison Tavel
More Points of Interest
- Ariana Museum
- International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum
- Citywheels Les Cygnes
- Le Musée d'Art et d'Histoire
- Brasserie Lipp
- Les Brasseurs
- Palais des Nations
- Palais Wilson
- Musée International de la Réforme
- Visite guidée de la Vieille Ville de Genève
- Hôtel de Ville
- Evangelical Church of the Pelisserie
- Auberge du Lion d'Or
- Excursions en minitrain
Hotel Swissôtel Métropole Geneve GenevaMore
This luxury class hotel, situated on the left bank of Lake Geneva, is located in the financial district. The hotel is close to many museums and galleries. Numerous parks, the Old Town, rail station, and commercial buildings are within a short distance of the hotel. Guests will have easy access to numerous shopping venues, restaurants, and international organizations from this property. The hotel offers 111 rooms with international standard amenities suitable for travelers that want lavish furnishings and imported decorations. The on-site Le Grand Quai Restaurant serves gourmet cuisine in an ultra-chic atmosphere. The Swissotel Metropole Hotel is ideal for travelers that lavish rooms and a great location.
Hotel Tiffany GenevaMore
The Eureka Skydeck is located on the 88th floor of Eureka Tower and includes a projecting glass cube known as "The Edge", which offers visitors the opportunity to be suspended about 300m above the ground. The lifts at Eureka travel at roughly 9m per second, transporting visitors to what is described as being "the highest public vantage point in the Southern Hemisphere" in 40 seconds.
Features at The Edge include viewfinders with information about landmarks, as well as light and sound special effects. The opaque glass, including the floor, clears once the cube has been fully extended. The Edge is fully wheelchair accessible and has a cost of $12.00 in addition to the $16.50 tariff for Skydeck 88, thus a total of approximately 18 Euro per adult. Facilities include a kiosk and viewing terrace.
Hotel N'vY Manotel ex Epsom GenevaMore
The Hotel N’vY Manotel (formerly Epsom), fully renovated in 2012, is centrally located just a stone's throw from the lake and close to the United Nations.
Full of spaces where energy and emotion flow freely and where technology merges with life, Hotel N'vY boasts a boho-chic lifestyle. This new concept replaces need with desire.
The modern and sophisticated rooms at the Hotel N’vY feature a flat-screen HD TV, VOD, soundbar, a multi-media plug, ambient lighting (chromotherapy). Free Wi-Fi and wired internet are also provided.
Tag's Café offers food to take away or to eat in, in a setting with a relaxed New York vibe. Customers can use our touchscreen tables as well as tablet computers. The exclusive design was created by Meres One, the renowned graffiti artist and lends the space an urban, non-conformist feel.
At the heart of the hotel sits N'vY Bar - spacious, connected and comfortable – it symbolises the spirit of the hotel. Behind a long counter, our mixologist prepares memorable cocktails. N'vY Bar offers original fusion cuisine in an environment where the backdrop is set by our DJ.
Located on a slightly elevated mezzanine, the Trilby restaurant, named after the famous felt hat worn by many artists and celebrity personalities, offers the wonderful taste of the most exceptional cuts of beef- Simmental, Black Angus and Wagyu, Kobe style.
Hotel Auteuil Manotel GenevaMore
The Auteuil Manotel is one of those hidden jewel hotels that once discovered, won't be able to be kept quiet for long. It was closed for 6 months last year for a complete renovation, and the transformation now revealed is stunning. This is now a stylish four star property, with a design focused on luxury and clean lines. The minimalist touch is there throughout, but there is no compromise on comfort. Located on the rue Lausanne, only a few steps from the main Cornavin station and the lake, the Auteuil has an ideal location in the centre of Geneva. Step through the glass fronted lobby into a cosy but serene lounge, with soft square leather sofas, white drapes and inviting pale carpets. The rooms are inviting, cosy and elegant, decorated in neutral shades set off with a deep burnished gold and contrasting the dark wood furniture and crisp white linen. Stylish black and white photos of Geneva's monuments caught at unusual angles adorn the walls, and extra features like the anglepoise reading light, complimentary mineral water, bedtime chocolates and fruit bowl all combine to show how thoughtful this hotel is regarding its guests needs. En suite bathrooms don't compromise on style either, set off by unusual ceramic basins, chic minimalist accessories combined with elegant dazzling white walls. The Auteuil's buffet breakfast is served in a delightful cafe style room on the ground floor. The area is so light and bright, as the glass atrium roof allows the sunlight to flood in, and bounce off the highly polished floors. A full range of breakfast foods is served, with hot and cold food and a range of beverages. Breakfast is served daily from 6am to 10.30am. The hotel does not have its own restaurant but guests may enjoy the bistro at the next door sister hotel, the Royal Manotel. Guests may also use the Royal's fitness facilities free of charge. NB. All rooms have en suite facilities
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