The Rive Droite neighborhood known as Les Pâquis is lively and diverse, with luxury hotels and expensive apartments lining the waterfront. The crisscrosses of narrow streets opening up behind the five-star glamour have a multiethnic character and house everything from quirky boutiques, bars, and restaurants to the Red Light District.
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Jean-Jacques Mayer's descendants still own and operate the hotel he built in 1865. It has discreetly witnessed the birth of…Learn More >
The largest of Geneva's grandes dames, this former hotel leaped to international prominence on April 28, 1919, when the peace…Learn More >
Charles d'Este-Guelph, the famously eccentric (and deposed) duke of Brunswick, died in Geneva in 1873 and left his vast fortune…Learn More >