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Beau Rivage Geneve in Geneva, Switzerland
Devoted to your well being, Beau Rivage Geneve offers more than just a fairy tale setting. Dating back to 1865, this historic Swiss treasure on the shores of Lake Geneva allies its glamorous ambiance with more than four generations of warm, personal hospitality. Your extravagant guest room or suite may take in views over Mont Blanc, the Alps, and the Old Town, and boast such delights as fine Italian frescoes. For gourmets, the hotel is a haven, featuring Patara's Thai haute cuisine and the sophisticated, celebrated menu of Le Chat-Botte.
Located in the city center, the hotel is ideal for leisurely strolls along the lakefront or to the antique shops and art galleries of the Old Town. Take a romantic sail, explore the relics of the St. Pierre archaeological site, or head out to discover excellent regional wineries. When it comes to shopping, you will find more than just superb watch and jewelry makers. Geneva hosts some of the world's most famous auction houses. When not out touring, relax in the L'Atrium Bar, with its calming hush and generous selection of teas, wines and cognacs.
Location of Beau Rivage Geneve
Nearest Airport: GVA
Reviews for Beau Rivage Geneve
Stopped here for a drink and it was terrible. Had to ask to get a second and third drink, service was non existent. The martini was half filled and for the cost this was really unacceptable. Not worth the visit
NYCTravelingAtty - New York City
I arrived 930am by taxis and was welcomed by name .... unbelievable ! Each member of staff from there on made me feel welcome and special the only time i have ever felt like a "celebrity " Its my Geneva Hotel from now on . Thank you
Josey67 - nyc
Gorgeous hotel with great history in a terrific location. All that said, itâ€™s the staff and their service that sets it apart. From rooms, to restaurants, to reservations and special requests, the Beau Rivage team was extremely responsive and always ready to help! We stayed a week, and canâ€™t wait to return.
mk39_12 - West Hartford, Connecticut
I have stayed with my friend for one night middle of December. We were very satisfied. The staffs were all very kind and efficient. In Geneva, people are working for themselves but Hotel Beau Rivage in Geneva is different. They really look for your comfort. We have visit kitchen of gastronomy restaurant â€˜Le Chat-botteâ€™ after dinner, was amazing visit. We have enjoyed beautiful view of Geneva lake with jet dâ€™eaux. My friend and I made dream come true. Itâ€™s bit more expensive but you get more than what you spend.
Jyoshibi - Geneva, Switzerland
I had to book at the Beau Rivage as my usual Geneva hotel was sold out due to the watch show taking place. The room price is 3 times the normal which in itself is quite outrageous but I was fine with it as I knew ahead of time. But with it comes much higher expectations from a place that markets itself as a luxury hotel. At a lesser hotel I would not mind the following: to begin with the cappuccino in the breakfast room is simply awful, and when I switched to normal coffee it came lukewarm, not drinkable. In the "gym" the four pieces of equipment is completely outdated, instructions are in French only, and the apples they are supposed to replenish were not there on the second morning, so I had to call to get new ones. The concierge was disorganized when I used them. On my way out in the morning, I had requested dinner reservations at the two hotel restaurants and was told they would inform me. When I came back to the room, there was no message so I had to go and check with the concierge. They confirmed one of them, but had no notes about the second. After I told them I had requested two bookings, they called the restaurant and made it. And finally I had requested a taxi the night before for 8:30am so that I would not be late to my meeting. When I went out, the doorman said it had not arrived, called the concierge and told me it was on its way. 5 minutes later when I asked him again, he called the concierge and told me they were dealing with it. 10 minutes later when he could not call me what time the taxi would arrive, I walked in and saw the concierge on the phone trying to speak with the taxi company and was apparently not being very successful. When I told him I was late to an important meeting, this was not the service I expected from a luxury hotel, and started running out, he shouted behind me "it is the taxi company's fault not the concierge's"!! I eventually had to take public transport and was late 30 minutes to a very important meeting. Had they been proactive when I showed up and told me there was a problem, or take ownership of the problem without my intervention, I would have been fine.
athertoncalifornia - Silicon Valley