• Lake Geneva and Geneva.

    Lake Geneva and Geneva.

  • A castle on Lake Geneva with the Alps above.

    A castle on Lake Geneva with the Alps above.

  • Geneva and Lake Geneva.

    Geneva and Lake Geneva.

  • Lausanne and Lake Geneva.

    Lausanne and Lake Geneva.

Gateway City


Geneva is the sparkling jewel on Europe’s largest lake. In this multi-national city, one wonders what really goes on behind the doors of all those private banks and in all those United Nations meetings. Predominantly Francophone, it is museum-filled and the headquarters of innumerable multinational corporations and organizations, including the Red Cross and many United Nations’ agencies, all kept on time for centuries by its watchmakers.

Hotels in Geneva

  • Entrance of Hotel Eastwest.
  • Conference room in Hotel Eastwest.
  • Lounge in Hotel Eastwest.
  • Gym in Hotel Eastwest.
  • Bar in Hotel Eastwest.
  • Restaurant in Hotel Eastwest.
  • Solo room in Hotel Eastwest.
  • Duplex Room in Hotel Eastwest.
  • Superior room in Hotel Eastwest.


  • Superior

The luxuriously exotic Eastwest opened in 2007 with very Asian décor and atmosphere. There are 41 rooms and suites decorated with antiques, furniture and sensuous fabrics from China, Thailand, Japan and other nearby countries. The hotel is a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, has a Zen-like garden for drinks and a recommended restaurant. The beautifully designed rooms have the amenities for our 21st century world including iPod stations, HD TVs, wifi, terry robes, and Frette linens. This enclave of Asian serenity is conveniently located 250 yards to Lake Geneva and just a bit further to the rail station.

  • Tiffany Hotel at night.
  • Tiffany Hotel lounge.
  • Room in Tiffany Hotel.


The art-nouveau Hotel Tiffany has 65 lovely rooms, a reception with colorful couches and mahogany paneling and also a spa with a sauna, hammam, fitness area, and massages. The rooms have Frette linens, fluffy terry robes, fresh fruit, artisanal chocolates, and, yes, the showers are still great. The appealing belle époque décor of floral motifs, taffeta curtains and carved woodwork combine with edgy contemporary design. There’s the cozy English bar, terrific breakfasts and the gourmet restaurant offers delicious delights. The Tiffany is near Geneva’s Grand Théâtre, Music Conservatory, a short walk to Old Town or anywhere.