Apart from its majestic banks, chocolates, and watches, Geneva offers a lot more of its flair and charm that dazzles the heart of anyone who’ll set foot in this city.

Sitting on Lake Geneva’s banks, Geneva comes as the second largest city in Switzerland- which is also home to several tourist attraction in Switzerland. The sophistication in this city sparkles more with its French-speaking people. Feeling lost in Geneva is almost an impossibility- with 40% of its people being foreigners, there’s no doubt as to why this city is named as the most international one in the world.

Spending your Swiss vacation in Geneva would never go to waste- from visiting the Flower Clock at the English Gardens and checking out Jet d’eau, one of the tallest water fountain in the world, to catching the awe-inspiring scenery at the Swiss Alps as well as hiking or skiing in the area. If you’re a traveler who’s short in time, traveling in Geneva is not a problem- commuting time here is quicker than any other cities in the world!

With the number of activities you can try in Geneva, covering it in a day won’t be enough. Check out these hotels in Geneva, Switzerland and book the hotel that will fit in your budget and preference.

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one of the most sophisticated restaurants in the area, always the first recommended by locals and tourists alike. Head Chef Philippe Chevrier develops an inventive seasonal menu, full of delights such as Brittany lobster marinated with ginger, served with zita pasta and green apple in coconut.

Also on offer is a comprehensive cigar list, available in league with top-notch cognac, while the wine selection is predictably magnificent.

Chemin de Châteauvieux 16, Satigny, Switzerland



the most memorable element is the crucial one: Gasbarro’s food. No dish contains more than four ingredients, and there aren’t any show-offish combinations: just delectable, why-didn’t-I-think-of-that pairings. Especially good are the pigeon-filled cappelletti under thyme and butter sauce, and melon sorbet with mint syrup for dessert. No wonder Michelin awarded a star after only four months.

Rue de la Corraterie 21; +41 22 736 1000;


Les Armures

The food and atmosphere maintain traditional undertones whilst providing a sophisticated gourmet experience. The long menu boasts many Swiss specialties, including raclette and fondue options, alongside soups, pastas, meat and fish dishes.

Rue du Puits-Saint-Pierre 1, Genève, Switzerland


Hôtel Restaurant du Parc des Eaux-Vives

the most exclusive destinations for fine dining and stunning panoramic views.

The menu changes each season, and is split into starters, an ‘earth menu’, a ‘lake and sea menu’ and a ‘sweets and cheese menu’, featuring such highlights as sautéed Swiss rib of veal and grilled whole sole from France’s Île d’Yeu. The brasserie lunch menu is equally as exciting, and there is an array of Swiss and regional wines to complement the meal.

Quai Gustave-Ador 82, Geneva, Switzerland,



a contemporary bistro that spills over onto the delightful rooftop terrace.

Every Mediterranean or Asian dish is organic; daily specials can include amberjack carpaccio in Japanese cherry-blossom vinegar and plum gomasio or crumbled chicken with homemade saffron mayonnaise, lentil salad, fennel and toasted quinoa. Also present is a true Geneva staple: the outside terrace – in this case overlooking the mighty Jet d’Eau fountain – and an enterprising cocktail menu.

Rue du 31 Décembre 32

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