Nestled along the picturesque Lake Geneva, the Hotel Beau Rivage awaits those who are looking for an unforgettable experience.
Stepping through the doors, you can feel the rich tradition and history of the hotel. Family-owned since 1865, the Hotel Beau Rivage gives a personal touch to the stay through a knowledgeable concierge team. The refined service was incredible, and its quiet grounds felt peaceful amongst the bustling city of Geneva.
Downstairs at the main floor, the exquisite entry greets like none other. Intricate details like a fountain in the center courtyard with plush chairs surrounding feels luxurious yet approachable. On the same floor, the Atrium Lobby Bar awaits for a nightcap or a coffee during the day, making for the perfect place to meet friends. During the summer months, the Terrace is the place to be for lunch or tea, with beautiful views over the lake where you can see the famous Jet d’Eau in the distance.
The restaurant scene at Hotel Beau Rivage is incredible, and their one Michelin-star restaurant Le Chat Botté is no exception. One evening was spent dining in this French-classic restaurant, with a meal that was memorable. Bright flavors and bold ingredients brought together the best of French cuisine and were executed in a playful and modern way. In the morning, one could return to the same restaurant to enjoy a buffet breakfast (also incredible) in the same room. For those looking for another dining experience, Hotel Beau Rivage also has Patara that features a Thai-inspired menu.
As the dining was a highlight at the Hotel Beau Rivage, the rooms were equally elegant. Each suite and room is tailored and decorated beautifully and offers modern amenities. The expansive room had a beautiful view over the lake, providing a serene way to wake up each morning. The room also featured an expansive bathroom fitted with Clarins products, a shower, and tub made for unwinding. A separate restroom, a full closet, and the Hotel Beau Rivage easily felt like home.
The Hotel Beau Rivage is the place to call home in Geneva for those looking for lakeside luxury. With a wide range of dining opportunities and footsteps from the heart of Geneva, the Hotel Beau Rivage brings forth an exquisite experience.
Bon Traveler’s Tips For Staying at Hotel Beau Rivage Geneva
+ Dine at Le Chat Botté for a Michelin-Star dinner. Just downstairs of the hotel, the exquisite restaurant boasts an unforgettable meal.
+ The hotel offers a wide range of packages for each season, be sure to check in to see the best offer for you.
+ Enjoy breakfast downstairs for a complete buffet and lovely experience.
Get in touch
Hotel Beau Rivage Geneva
Quai du Mont-Blanc 13, 1201 Genève, Switzerland
Call +41 22 716 66 66 or visit http://www.beau-rivage.ch/en/
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