Ramada Encore Geneve
The Ramada Encore Geneve offers great value for money where the rooms are equipped with modern amenities, the hotel has an onsite restaurant and bar where you can unwind after a busy day in the city.
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. Situated between Stade de Geneve and La Praille shopping centre, the Ramada Encore Geneve provides guests with a comfortable stay and easy access to the city centre with Geneva-Stade train station within easy reach. Travel Now Pay Later Ramada Encore Geneva Jetnow. Guest rooms are superbly appointed and come well equipped with modern amenities, the hotel has an onsite restaurant and bar where you can unwind after a busy day in the city.
- Central Location
- Good Value for Money
- Modern style
- Restaurant and Bar
- Spacious rooms
Flight & Transfer Information
Flight duration approx. 1 hours 30 mins, transfer to resort around 40 mins by taxi or shuttle bus.
Room options; Triple rooms, double or twin rooms and single rooms.
Double or Twin Room
Double rooms sleep up to 2 adults and have bathroom containing bath or a shower, air conditioning, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and television.
Food & Drink
Board options: Room Only or Bed And Breakfast
Dinner - In a convivial and cosy atmosphere, the restaurant invites you to discover the well-balanced, seasonal and tasty dishes.
Breakfast - Enjoy a well-balanced, varied, buffet style breakfast offering pancakes, pastries, cereals, fresh fruit, scrambled or soft boiled eggs, bacon, sausages, cheese, yogurt, salad, cold meats.
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