Hotel de la Paix
Address11 Quai Du Mont Blanc GenevaSee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge service
- 24-hour front desk
- Bikes available (free)
- Car hire
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Pets allowed
Description provided by property
The historic and prestigious Hotel de la Paix Geneva sits majestically on the shore of Lake Geneva and enjoys sweeping views of snow-capped Mont Blanc.
It is in the heart of the business district and only a short distance away from all of Geneva's attractions including the Grand Rue, St-Peter's Cathedral and the Old Town. The Hotel De La Paix is on the same side of the Rhone river as Geneva International Airport and Gare de Cornavin, the main train station, making access extremely convenient.
Enjoy a unique environment where tradition and period elegance mingle harmoniously with contemporary facilities. Enjoy newly renovated guest rooms, sumptuous public areas, fine dining rooms and cutting-edge meeting rooms with the latest technologies throughout.
The Vertig'O is building a reputation as one of the best restaurants in Geneva and is already mentioned in the Gault Millau Guide for its excellent French and Mediterranean cuisine.
The warm interior of the Nobel Bar invites guests to relax and enjoy fine cigars and a wide selection of vintage ports, single malts and exclusive liqueurs and brandies.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel free of charge.
Interesting places nearby
Lake cruises, some aboard beautiful belle époque steamers, by Lake Geneva's main boat operator.
Thematic cruises – castles, nature and so on – around the lake and along the Rhône River.
Start a scenic walk through the old town at the Île Rousseau, home to a statue in honour of the celebrated freethinker.
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