Kick back and relax at this elegant luxury hotel on the bank of Lake Geneva. For indulgent luxury in an idyllic Alpine setting look no further than this truly exceptional 5* Secret Hotel in the heart of Geneva. All classic en-suite rooms feature climate control, daily housekeeping, internet connectivity, flat-screen LCD TV and complimentary bathrobe, toiletries and slippers for your maximum convenience. As well as a 24 hour concierge, the hotel offers a limousine service, a wellness area, fitness centre, spa, Turkish baths and indoor pool, as well as a host of other exceptional leisure facilities. Those on business can enjoy a fully equipped business centre which includes a number of conference and meeting rooms with added secretarial service and audio/visual equipment.
In the local area
Boasting a picturesque location on the banks of the tranquil Lake Geneva, this stunning Secret Hotel offers unrivalled views over the water and snow-capped peaks of the Alps, including the imposing outline of Mont Blanc. Wander down to the waterfront and admire Geneva’s famous flower clock which looks as beautiful any season of the year. Further along the promenade is the impressive Jet d’Eau water fountain, situated where the Lake Geneva empties into the Rhone River. One of the city’s most famous landmarks, the fountain looks especially remarkable at night where it is illuminated against the pretty night skyline.
Set just behind the Jet d’Eau is the stunning St Pierre Cathedral. The area beneath the cathedral site has been excavated to reveal its extensive past dating back to the Roman Empire, steeped in vibrant history. This Secret Hotel is also a short walk from the Victoria Hall, a stately concert hall in downtown Geneva. Music lovers can spend an evening enjoying a classical music performance in this beautifully ornate building.
Geneva is globally renowned for being home to the United Nations, a significant symbol of international diplomacy. Set amongst charming grounds including the Jardins Botaniques close to this Secret Hotel, the Palais de Nations was originally home to the League of Nations in 1929. Today it acts as headquarters to major international humanitarian, human rights and financial divisions of the UN and therefore is surrounded by quaint cafes and restaurants catering for those visiting the city for work or business purposes. With an extensive range of eateries boasting different international cuisines and with a wide selection of bars and clubs in the waterfront area featuring live music or speciality cocktails, Geneva is as exciting by nightfall as it is during the day.