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Hotels in Geneva

Hotels in Geneva

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Key Info

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Languages

The most commonly spoken languages are French, German, Italian.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Geneva is the Swiss franc.

£10 = 2 cappuccinos.

Local Time

1 hour ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

Summer is the best time to visit for warmth in Geneva, so go between June and August if you’re looking to top up your tan. For those more interested in a winter getaway, December and January can be beautiful, with snow surrounding the lake and the ski resorts just outside the city in full swing.
If it’s quaint galleries and antique shops you’re after, there are some great hotels in Geneva’s old town. Take a stroll down the cobbled streets and discover relics from medieval times amidst the lovely architecture. You can also dine in some unique restaurants, such as Café Papon.For family hotels, Eaux-Vives is an excellent option. Here you’ll find the Parc La Grange, next to Lake Geneva, which offers fantastic views, a rose garden and entertainment in the form of summer concerts. Slightly quieter than the centre but still reachable in an 10-minutre drive, there are plenty of restaurant options and a cinema.Hotels in Carouge are worth seeking out for adults wanting to appreciate Geneva’s culture, with several galleries and museums to visit. Built by Italians, and sometimes called Little Italy, there’s a Mediterranean vibe to the area. Shoppers won’t be disappointed with the high-end clothing brands on offer.Couples looking for something quieter might want to stay in a hotel in Palais des Nations. Home of the United Nations headquarters, the adjoining park offers great views of Lake Geneva. There’s also the botanical gardens that boasts over 12,000 species, while the International Museum of the Red Cross features a number of fascinating exhibitions.For cheaper accommodation in a quirky environment, hostels and hotels in Paquis might be for you. Here you’ll find a diverse, bohemian atmosphere. There are lots of trendy cafes, restaurants and bars, popular hang-outs for young, cool locals. It’s conveniently located near the main train station, making it ideal for backpackers.

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