The Hotel De La Paix overhangs the Water Jet of the Leman Lake in Geneva. This building was realized by the Geneva architect Jean-Marie Guignoux, inspired by the classical lines of the Italian Renaissance.
The hotel reception is a splendid atrium from those times. Sumptuous, it opens up on impressive marble columns, black and white stone floors, Napoléon style furniture and modern touches.
This boutique hotel boats 69 opened rooms and suites towards the Leman Lake or the Mont-Blanc. Preserving its XIXth spirit, the decoration is contemporary and warm. The deluxe Room Pleine Vue Lac offer superb views thanks to their large openings. The Grace Kelly Suite and the Mont-Blanc Suite elegantly match authenticity of the last centuries with modernity.
The gastronomy is put forward at the Hotel De La Paix Geneva. The chef Jérôme Mercier oversees all plates : from the breakfast to the dinners, including room services.
The Vertig’O restaurant, one star at the Michelin Guide, proposes a traditional French cuisine with Mediterranean accents, made of local and seasonal products. Served in an audacious decor : bright golden Art Deco panels are magnified with dark woods.
The Beaux-Arts spirit reigns as master in the Nobel Bar. Mahogany floors, chandeliers and big fireplace welcome the guests in a baroque atmosphere.