Beau-Rivage Geneva is facing the Leman lake. This 5 star property has been owned by the Mayer family for 5 generations, since its opening in 1865.
The hotel still strives today to proudly maintain Beau-Rivage Geneva atmosphere shaped by history and its famous visitors, as a witness throughout the time. It is here that Empress Sissi, Elisabeth of Bavaria, has extinguished the 10 September 1898, while leaving her mark.
After the Second World War, Beau-Rivage Geneva hotel was the scene for the signature of the act of establishment of Czechoslovakia and it is also there that Eleanor Roosevelt elaborated the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
More recently, the hotel hosted, in 1987, an historical auction for jewels from Duchess of Windsor organized by the Sotheby’s auction house. Since that date, the Sotheby’s auction house remained loyal to Mayer family by establishing its Swiss headquarter.
The property having welcomed the leaders of the world, you will be treated the same way at Beau-Rivage Geneva. High quality service is the standard here. Even the youngest staff carries on the tradition of smiling in the most natural manner. It is especially true for Julia Fernholz who was elected has one of the two best receptionists in the world at the prestigious David Campbell Trophy 2010 rewarding best players in the profession at worldwide level.
Each generation having worked at Beau-Rivage Geneva has kept the best from previous times in order to preserve its soul. Traditional luxury is reflected through high quality materials such as marbles from diverse locations or precious fabrics, rare furniture collected for 4 generations, period fireplaces and stained glass renovated by specialized craftspeople…
Climbing the few steps that lead to the lobby is the promise of enjoyable days. Whether you are in the atrium, the lounge, the restaurant or the rooms, the legend works. The decoration is simply awesome. Desire for perfection is the goal. In addition to its rooms and suites, Beau-Rivage Geneva also offers spacious apartments near the hotel where the customers will also find the spirit of this property.
The restaurant Le Chat Beauté, starred at the Guide Michelin since 2010, is leaded by the chef Dominique Gauthier. While admiring the view of the Leman lake, any can taste French traditional cuisine and discover rare wines from one of the most important cellars of Switzerland.
The Patara restaurant invites you to travel by offering Thai fine cuisine in a background made of woodwork and silk.
The bar L’Atrium, in an imperialist felted atmosphere, proposes at any time of the day or the evening light meals, teas from the world, rare whiskies or finest cognacs. During the heyday, the bar opens up on the terrace facing the Leman lake.
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