NH Geneva City
Fully renovated in July 2017, the NH Geneva City offers spacious, tastefully furnished rooms. Within 1.2 miles of Franchises Park, United Nations Headquarters and Ariana Ceramics and Glass Museum. Saint-Pierre Cathedral and the Reformation Wall Monument are 1.9 miles away.
Use the check availability box to book now before this amazing city break offer is gone or call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022. Guests staying at the NH Gevena City will enjoy the prime location of this hotel; within a short distance from the Rhône river and Lake Geneva. Rooms are bright and spacious and offer classic elegance, taking inspiration from 19th centaury France. The hotel serves a generous breakfast buffet every morning and it also has a cosy NH Rex bar that is open 7 days a week. Travel Now Pay Later NH Geneva City with Jetnow.
- Bright Spacious Rooms
- Central Location
- Free WiFi
- Great location for sightseeing
- Perfect for couples
Flight & Transfer Information
Flight duration approx. 1 hours 30 mins, transfer to resort around 40 mins by taxi or shuttle bus.
Room Options: Standard double or twin, superior double room, single room, standard family room and standard suite.
Standard Double or Twin Room
Standard Double or Twin rooms sleep up to 2 adults and have bathroom containing bath or a shower, hairdryer, minibar, flat screen television and safety deposit box. Room upgrade options and Sole Use rooms are also available.
Food & Drink
Board Options: Room Only and Bed And Breakfast.
Breakfast room serving breakfast.
With its pristine Alpine mountainscapes, bucolic dairy villages and glittering international cities, Switzerland combines broad cultural influences with a deeply independent attitude. Surrounded by other European countries yet protected by its forbidding mountain range, Switzerland is a nation of many regions, languages and landscapes.
At the centre of all things Swiss, ultra-modern clashes with artsy and historic talking points, conjuring up the ideal pick for city-seeing and snow-capped adventures. Sure, it’s big for skiing nearby, but Geneva has all the mod cons of an urban city rumbling beneath these mighty mountains.
The largest lake in Central Europe brings the drama and awe-inspiring natural splendour of the Alps to the centre of the city. At the city centre, where the Rhône continues on its course into France is La Rade (The Roadstead). Here, at the end of a long jetty, is a much-imitated monument known the world over. Geneva Cathedral is one of those religious buildings that needs as much time as you can afford. Allow a couple of hours to satisfy your curiosity in the largest historic centre in Switzerland. After New York, Geneva has the second most important United Nations office, the Palais des Nations dates to the 1930s and was the headquarters for the League of Nations, the UN’s predecessor. When it’s overcast in Geneva there might be blue skies and sunshine at this mountain peak on the edge of the city, a big wall of rock on the horizon, Salève is billed as the “balcony of Geneva” and rises to just shy of 1,400 metres. Geneva’s botanical garden is on the western lakeshore across the railway tracks from the United Nations Office. Geneva’s main flea and famers’ market trades on Wednesdays and Saturdays, as well as the first Sunday of the month.