A Luxury Collection Destination, Switzerland
Switzerland’s third largest city, Geneva combines a rich history with a technological pedigree. Here, medieval streets lead the way past grand 18th century palaces and thoroughly modern institutions. Home to legendary watchmaking brands and international organizations such as the United Nations, this time-honored locale celebrates innovation while honoring the past.
Renaissance festivals have nothing on this affair where locals turn out in elaborate costumes for torchlight parades, processions on horseback, traditional music and massive banquets to mark the Duke of Savoy’s failed capture of the town in 1602.
Founded in 2012, this emerging contemporary art and design expo for gallerists, artists, and collectors has quickly become one of Europe’s most noteworthy fairs.
Since 1905, auto enthusiasts, designers, and engineers have gathered in Geneva to discover the next big thing on four wheels.
The first weekend of summer begins with this annual festival of dance, theater, arts workshops, and concerts from classical to contemporary for all ages.
Venture over to the eastern shore of Lake Geneva for this world-famous showcase of jazz, blues, rock, and pop.
Watch as nearly 500 boats set sail on Lake Geneva in various races over the course of this weekend, which has earned the distinction of Europe’s largest regatta in enclosed waters.
Sit out beneath the stars and catch one of the dozens of films —from documentaries to blockbusters to family favorites—as part of this open air cinema festival.
Parties take place across the country for this patriotic day honoring the union of three states in 1291, and Geneva’s eating, drinking, dancing and fireworks display is one of the biggest.
Live entertainment, dance and music workshops, and culinary showcases are all part of this beloved summer event all held around the city’s sparkling centerpiece. The grand finale fireworks are not to be missed.
Audiovisual creativity in its many art forms, from film and television to new media, is explored through screenings, workshops, discussions, and competitions at this festival to the moving picture.
This Michelin-starred restaurant from chef Michael Roth highlights seasonal Swiss fare with standout dishes such as religieuse of foie gras and warm lobster salad.
Chef Michael Roth’s themed Sunday brunch is a lavish affair with French pastries, select cheeses, a generous cold buffet of sushi and hot dishes cooked to order.
Lebanese dishes samak mechoui (grilled sea bass with crispy pita bread and sesame cream) and basil moutabal with cucumber get a daring twist from creative chef Joseph Moubayed.
Toast over glasses of a rare vintage chosen from the extensive wine cellar or request a Barman Signature cocktail at this refined lounge.
Climb up the towers of the Gothic St. Peter’s Cathedral for sweeping views of the city below.
Mark anniversaries, birthdays and any occasion worth celebrating with a weekend spent in a suite with Lake Geneva views, complimentary Champagne and breakfast daily.
Unwind for the weekend with a complimentary relaxing massage, access to the wellness area and an indulgent Sunday brunch.
Take a dip in the stunning heated outdoor pool with clear views of Lake Geneva, the Alps and Mont Blanc right from the first-floor terrace deck with pool bar.