Hotels in Geneva, Switzerland
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- Geneva City Centre
- Jet d'Eau Fountain
- United Nations European Headquarters
- Geneva University
- Centre International de Conferences Geneve
- Palazzo Geneva
- Saint-Pierre Cathedral
- Geneva City Hall (Hotel de Ville)
- Flower Clock
- Paquis Baths
- Grand Theatre Opera
- Bourg-de-Four Square
- Patek Philippe Watch Museum
- Vernets Sports Centre
- Bastions Park
- English Garden Park
- Old Town
- Anglais Garden
Best hotels in Geneva
Known worldwide as global hub of banking and diplomacy, and just one hours’ drive away from stunning Mont Blanc, Geneva has been voted the city with one of the highest standards of living in the world. However, there is so much more to this popular destination! World-class ski-slopes on your doorstep, Lake Geneva, and residents from over 184 countries make this a place you really must visit at least once. And why not book your dream getaway with Hotels.com, the experts in travel? Check out the hundreds of hotels we have chosen to help you have the vacation of your life. All handpicked by Hotels.com to suit any budget, it’s simple to book our wide selection of hotels by logging on to our website and searching easily. When you find your favourite accommodation in Geneva, make your reservations by using our simple, easy-to-use booking process, and relax, knowing everything has been taken care of. Need another reason to go with Hotels.com? We take your satisfaction so seriously that we list every hotel with all the information you might need, including photos, and reviews from real Hotels.com users. Rest easy knowing you’ve made the right decision when you book one the incredible Geneva hotels with Hotels.com.
What's Geneva like?
There are so many reasons to visit Geneva, and the time has never been more perfect. First, we recommend a trip to Jet D’Eau, where a large fountain pumps waters hundreds of feet into the air! At night it is lit beautifully, and worth a visit. We recommend not getting too close though, unless you don’t mind getting soaked! Next, take a stroll into the old town where St. Pierre cathedral is situated—a religious monument of great historical importance you shouldn’t miss. For even more local flavor and culture, try staying at a hotel in Carouge, a district with a distinct Italian flavour that once belonged to the King of Sardinia. Geneva is a wonderfully green city, and there is no better way to experience its flora than by exploring the many parks, such as Parc de Bastions, with its giant chessboards, and beautiful trees. If particle physics is your thing (or even if it isn’t), you should take a tram to Meyrin to visit the Large Hadron Collider, the “world’s largest machine,” at the European Organization for Nuclear Research. You will never be short of things to do whilst staying in one of our Geneva hotels. You’ll be sure to have a memorable vacation!
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Geneva
The locals in Geneva are very proud of their city, and it’s easy to see why. Some people find this pride a little bit intimidating, but if you know what to expect, you will be just fine while staying in one of the many Geneva hotels. Punctuality is very important for the Geneva locals. If a shop is set to close at 6pm, you will likely be asked to leave shortly before this. Don’t be offended! Lunch service at most restaurants ends at 2pm, with dinner service starting again at 6pm. Whilst staying at your accommodation in Geneva, why not take advantage of Geneva Greeters? This is a not-for-profit association where locals take travellers on a tour of the city, often going into the more unknown and interesting areas that tourists wouldn’t know about. It’s is a great opportunity to learn more about this fascinating place from a local’s perspective. Try to book several days before you want to do a tour, as the tours are very popular! It is worth pointing out that Switzerland is a relatively expensive country, with Geneva being ranked the fifth most expensive city in the world, so be aware that things may cost a bit more than you’re used to. Regardless, you’re sure to have a memorable vacation!
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