Style means never having to feel too casual in a towel robe. Want to dress it up? Reach for your room's other robe, a chic silk black and silver number.
Mandarin Oriental, Geneva is ideally situated in more ways than one to accommodate business and leisure travelers alike. From the Old Town to the financial district, Mandarin Oriental, Geneva offers a luxurious base from which to conduct business or depart and explore.
Must-see shops and cafés abound in this cosmopolitan international city, but perhaps the best dining is to be found at the hotel itself, which boasts the Michelin-starred Rasoi by renowned Indian chef Vineet Bhatia, as well as the Paul Bocuse-led brasserie Le Sud.
Not to be overlooked are the rooms and suites themselves, which offer unparalleled luxury in an elegant fusion of Asian and European sensibilities. Throughout the hotel, the service is attentive and impeccable, well suited for casual business meetings, once-in-a-lifetime occasions, and everything in between.
No matter what your final destination, this impressive palace-like structure, located along the riverside promenade, is not to be missed.