Hotel Eden Genève
La Reserve Geneve Hotel And Spa
Holiday Inn Express Geneva Airport
Novotel Geneve Centre
Bernina Swiss Quality Geneva Hotel
Ibis Geneve Aeroport
Hôtel Des Horlogers
Ibis Geneve Centre Gare
Drake Longchamp Swiss Quality Geneva Hotel
Adagio Geneve Mont Blanc
Ibis Geneve Centre Nations (Opening March 2013)
Hotel & Residence Saint James
Hotel Admiral Geneva
Geneva Airport Bed And Breakfast
Youth Hostel Geneva
Hôtel At Home
Functionality is the driver of this stark hotel that aims to make guests feel ‘at home’ with its simple rooms and kitchen-equipped apartments, rented longer term. Neighbouring eateries whisk you around the world.
Auberge De Carouge
With its tree-shaded garden and the artsy scene of Théâtre de Carouge around the corner, this hotel oozes old-world appeal. Its room count is just a couple over a dozen, so get in quick.
Hôtel Des Bergues
Geneva’s oldest hotel lives up to its magnificent heritage.
Hôme St Pierre
In the shade of the cathedral, this boarding house was founded by the German Lutheran Church in 1874 to host German women coming to Geneva to learn French.
Auberge De Jeunesse
At this well-equipped, Hostelling International–affiliated apartment block rates include breakfast and bunk-bed dorms max out at 12 beds. Non HI-card holders pay Sfr6 more a night.
Hôtel De La Cloche
Hôtel de la Cloche Elegant fireplaces, bourgeois furnishings, wooden floors and the odd chandelier add a touch of grandeur to this old-fashioned one-star hotel.
Hôtel Les Armures
This intimate and refined 17th-century beauty slumbers in the heart of the Old Town.
Camping Pointe á La Bise
Camping spots in an appealing lakeshore location. Take bus E to get there.
This two-star hotel is a two-second flit to the Old Town and offers extraordinary value for a pricey city like Geneva. Rooms are quiet and cared for, and those on the 1st floor share a kitchen.
There is absolutely no reason to leave the premises; the handiwork of Parisian interior-design god, Jacques Garcia, this mythical lakeside spa hotel is an extravaganza of cutting-edge design, embracing everything from African colonialism to 1960.
Hôtel International Terminus
This three-star hotel has absurdly low rates for Geneva, making it one of the best-value places near the train station (in winter a double room can go for even less).
Hotel St Gervais
Travellers with jumbo-sized suitcases beware: scaling the seven floors in the pocket-handkerchief lift of this quaint choice near the train station is a squash and a squeeze. Renovated rooms to kip in are on the 1st and 7th floors.
Hôtel Des Bergues
Geneva’s oldest hotel continues to live up to its magnificent heritage.
Plunge yourself into the heart of the Swiss Alps with this Heidi-style hideout, very much the Swiss Alps en ville with its fireplace, wildflower-painted pine bedheads and big, cuddly St Bernard lolling over the banister.