Where should you stay when visiting Geneva? Our B&B HOTELS Geneva Airport is the convenient option for travellers. It is located south of Geneva International Airport and close to Lake Geneva and the town’s main train station. Not only that, but as a 3-star hotel, you can be sure of style, excellent amenities and helpful services.
The city is the capital of the canton of Geneva and is home to 200,000 residents, making it the second most populous city in Switzerland, behind Zurich. Its location on the shores of Lake Geneva and closeness to the French border make it a beloved location for holidaymakers. The city welcomes guests of all ages throughout the year. There are great ski runs in winter and unique walking opportunities in the summer months. But our large hotel also provides rooms which are perfect for international business travellers.
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A great option for those on a quick trip, travelling alone or holidaying with others
Take advantage of the great rate and the many services that B&B HOTELS has to offer for your stay in Geneva. All rooms have a modern design, free, uninterrupted access to Wi-Fi and our beds with B&B By Bultex mattresses will give you a peaceful night’s sleep. Experience just one night before a meeting, or lose your heart with a multiday stay. Double rooms are available for those in small to large groups and we also have rooms to accommodate families of up to four people.
You can leave your car in a public car park nearby for only CHF 25 per night. Or take advantage of our airport shuttle if you jet in. Reception is always open and our staff will be happy to welcome you at any time of the day or night. If you need anything, you just have to ask; we are at your service!
Among the rooms available at our hotel, eight have been adapted to ensure people with reduced mobility can access them without problems while giving them the comfort of a home away from home.
In the mornings, the breakfast room will be waiting for you with the most important meal of the day. Our breakfast buffet is brimming with different food that will give you the energy you need for the rest of the day. Breakfast is served between 6.30 am and 10 am Monday to Friday, and 7 am until 11 am on weekends and public holidays. This gives you plenty of time to enjoy a leisurely breakfast of fruits, yoghurts and pastries among other menu items.
Later in the day you might prefer to enjoy a drink at our onsite bar. It is where many have already enjoyed catching up with friends or relaxing with family. Then why not head to one of the nearby restaurants lining the lake? There are no shortage of restaurants and bar restaurants to choose between.
Geneva railway station (also called Cornavin train station) is only 20 minutes away on public transport, and 15 minutes by car. Meanwhile, Geneva airport is only two kilometres away.
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Very well located, it is easy for the beautiful city of Geneva to be enjoyed by our guests.
Geneva, also known as the Protestant Rome, offers history lovers the opportunity to amble through a city centre overflowing with treasures. A walk into Saint Peter’s Cathedral provides insights into the Reformation led by John Calvin in the early part of the 16th century. High atop its bell tower, you will have a clear panorama of the city’s historical centre.
If you want to go deeper into this pivotal moment in Geneva’s history, a visit to the International Museum of the Reformation is a must. There you will find out about the key moments from the start of the Reformation in 1517 to today. Rounding off the history lesson is a visit to the Reformation Wall, a two-minute walk from the cathedral. This monument, erected at the start of the 20th century, depicts the four preachers who had a huge influence in the Reformation: William Farel, John Calvin, Theodore Beza and John Knox.
Moving to the Plainpalais district and its diamond-shaped plaza provides a look into the daily life of Geneva. Plainpalais boasts a multitude of leisurely activities for everyone. The plaza and its environs are also home to flea markets and food stalls.
Looking for a place to walk in nature? The Jardin Anglais is a beautiful park on the shores of Lake Geneva, renowned for its four seasons fountain and magnificent flower clock – a reminder of the city’s importance in luxury watch-making. As the name suggests, this park was laid out on the model of English gardens whose designs are meticulously planned to give it a disordered look, winding paths and picturesque views.
The Maison Tavel is another popular stop in Geneva. This medieval building houses a museum that retraces the major events in the city’s history. With its unique architecture and tower giving it the look of a stronghold, the Maison Tavel was classed as a historic monument in 1923. There, you will also find the famous Relief Magnin, a scale model of Geneva depicting how the city looked before its fortifications were torn down in 1850.
In the north of Geneva, you will find the Palais des Nations which houses a United Nations office. The large majority of decisions taken by the United Nations are taken in this building which is open to visitors all year round. The canton of Geneva is home to many other international organisations, such as the World Trade Organization and the World Health Organization.
Looking to relax? Rather than going to a swimming pool, why not go to Les Bains des Pâquis on Lake Geneva. These outdoor public baths offer the chance to unwind in unique surroundings. You can gaze wistfully at the Alps, Mont Blanc and Mont Salève while in the water. And the baths are open during the whole year. Besides these baths, there are also options of a sauna, hammam or having a massage. If you are an early bird, you might like to start your day with a spot of music. During the summer, concerts are organised to greet the sunrise at the jetty of Les Bains des Pâquis.
Your trip to the shores of Lake Geneva will also be the perfect moment to discover Geneva’s famous Jet d’Eau. Propelling water 140 metres into the air, this fountain is internationally renowned and is one of the main tourist spots of the city. The brave ones walk along the jetty to get within metres of the base of the fountain. A trip on Lake Geneva with any of the boat companies nearby should also be on your list.
As you discover the city, don’t forget to check out the excellent botanical gardens and its collection of rare plants. The 28-hectare gardens hold no fewer than 12,000 species from around the world, divided into distinct categories.
Before any adventure or following a packed day, a good idea is to take some time for yourself. The best place for this is the Place du Bourg-de-Four. This city square in the centre of Geneva is famous for its welcome. You will be spoilt for choice with its range of bars, cafés and restaurants.
For those who want to go somewhere that seems a world apart, then the streets of the Grottes district is for you. Each building has its own unique architecture and unusual colours. Sometimes called “Smurf Village”, the Grottes district is one of the most vibrant parts of Geneva. It attracts a large number of people and boasts a whole host of bars and restaurants as well as a large concentration of local artists.
For your travel to Switzerland or France, you can be sure you will get the best prices for our hotels by booking directly on our website. Not only do you get to stay in a comfortable hotel, but one with a rate that includes breakfast. You can also look forward to soft bedding in rooms and a range of other amenities. Do not delay, as availability is limited since our properties are all located in prime positions.