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Where to stay in Geneva

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Browse Geneva for hotels on our site and you’ll be surprised at the number of options available, from budget hotels to the decadent international brands of luxury. The city is well known for once being the headquarters of the United Nations, but it has a lot more to offer than politics.

Visitors here will find some of the most beautiful cityscapes, man-made fountains and charming buildings of old and new alike. There is also a handsome collection of galleries and museums for individuals drawn to culture, and there are beautiful landscapes for both photo enthusiasts.

Things to see

The Jet d’Eau is one of the crowning attractions of Geneva, which is a monumental fountain that reaches heights of up to 140 meters in height. Seen at night, the lighting is simply breathtaking and provides for an unforgettable backdrop. A romantic sight for couples and an amazing sight for anyone with an interest in gorgeous landmarks.

The St Pierre Cathedral is a landmark of both spiritual and cultural significance, portrayed through grand architecture found only in old times. Visitors can explore not just the majestic interiors, but the curious underground passage that connects the cathedral with its towers. Climb the stairs to the top and you’ll be rewarded with a spectacular view of Geneva and her beautiful lake.

Hotels in Geneva

There are hundreds of Geneva accommodations available, but last minute booking may force you into the more expensive options. Browse our site to find several options available, which include budget hotels and hostels, mid-range boutique and residences and lavish 5-star hotels. Some of the high-end hotels here have historic importance, and is favored even by royalty. The public transportation is very decent, so getting around is not a problem.

Where to stay

Old Town would be like taking a stroll in an old photo book, with surrounded by old architecture and charming buildings all around. Highlights here include the city hall with cannons in the square opposite it. There are various antique and quaint shops for the curious explorer of visitors, and do note that the district is on a hill, so it might be physically demanding for some.

If you’re looking for a more relaxing and even romantic setting, then Paquis would be a great place to visit. There is a beautiful park that offers promenades and views over the lake of the UN campus. You can also find the Palais des Nations here, as well as the Geneva beach. You can explore the place using a boat service as well, and enjoy a scenic ride around the district.

How to get to Geneva

Geneva Airport is served by almost all international carriers, allowing for direct flights. The fastest way to get into town is by train, which takes only 6 minutes. There are also the options of bus and taxis. If you’re taking train, the Gare de Cornavin is the station to alight, which has trains to Neuchatel, Bern, Basel, Zurich and many other destinations.

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