Style: Contemporary Luxury Hotel Perfect for: Private events, weddings, meetings
Area: a few steps form the Historic Old Town
Overlooking the Rhone River, just a few steps from the historic Old Town, the chic Mandarin Oriental, Geneva opened its doors in 1950 and it was the very first hotel built in Europe after World War II signifying the optimism of the post-war world. Having undergone significant refurbishment in July 2008, where all public areas of the hotel were redesigned by internationally acclaimed interior designer, Adam D. Tihany, the hotel has a contemporary, fresh look. The lobby makes for a striking first impression. A sophisticated entrance, it is highlighted with a mirror polish stainless steel feature on the ceiling that plays with reflections to create a grandiose effect.

The guest rooms are decorated in warm earth-tones of chocolate, beige, brown and plum, with Art deco accents and state-of-the-art technology. Boasting the largest bathrooms in the city, and the latest line of Molton Brown products, each features separate bathtub and large walk-in rain-shower. Every item of furniture is Swiss-made. Business guests will find every amenity they require within the rooms including a good-sized desk, two telephone lines, four telephone handsets, a LCD flat-screen television and a laser printer. Fax machines can be placed in all rooms with a new private number for each new guest.

The six Junior Terrace Suites on the hotel's top floor and the luxurious Oriental Terrace Suite have their own dining room and private spa room. For extra space most of the accommodation is inter-connecting and can be converted into one luxury apartment. Each suite features Mandarin Oriental's sophisticated guest technology, which includes wireless broadband and B&O televisions with entertainment system. The furnishings are contemporary with a touch of Art Deco, which links back to the original design of the hotel.

With Mandarin Oriental, Geneva the overall design concept is contemporary and fresh, giving a strong and memorable identity to each of the diverse areas. These aesthetic factors are complimented by commendable service and excellent dining options, resulting in a celebrated experience for all guests.


In this specialty restaurant, rich woods and stone surfaces are abundant with a colour scheme of vibrant reds and purples. The restaurant was awarded a Michelin Star in November 2009, and is the only Indian restaurant in Continental Europe to have been recognized by this prestigious guide.


This contemporary French brasserie with a relaxed atmosphere is part of Lyon Brasserie's Nord-Sud founded by world-renowned award-winning Chefs Paul Bocuse and Jean-Fleury. The restaurant's simple and chic decor of beige, bronze and amber shades provides a sophisticated yet casual ambience which makes it the ideal haunt for both business meetings and casual daytime diners. At night the restaurant ...
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transforms into an intimate and sexy dining experience with dramatic and stylish lighting to create a completely different look and feel. The Sunday Kid's Brunch should not be missed.


Private dining can also be organised with ease, from intimate cocktail gatherings to weddings and large banquets - trained staff are available to meet all banqueting requirements. The Executive Chef can personally create an individual menu for client functions. For business meetings there are the six soundproofed private rooms on the first floor, which can comfortably accommodate 45 people. Each ...
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of these six rooms are named after celebrities from Geneva, and while each has its own distinctive look, they share a common colour scheme in tones of cognac and beige. In addition to the six private rooms there are two large conference halls, namely the Rhone Rooms and The Saint-Gervais.
  • Victoria Hall
  • Grand Theatre
  • Carouge
  • Mont Blanc
  • Jet d'Eau
  • St Peter's Cathedral
  • Rue du Rhone
Figures in brackets show the travel time by car from the hotel
  • The hotel is happy to arrange a Limousine service or arrange a rental car.
  • Alternatively Geneva has an award winning transport system making it easy to travel around by taxi, tram, boat or bus.
  • Geneva is also a very pleasant city to explore on foot.
  • Rasoi by Vineet: signature Michelin starred Modern Indian cuisine
  • Le Sud: Mediterranean brasserie by legendary Paul Bocuse
  • MO Bar: Asian Tapas and selection of unique cocktails
  • Business Centre: including secretarial service
  • Fitness Centre: gymnasium, sauna, steam bath and solarium
  • Beauty Service: hairdressing, manicures and pedicure
  • Golden Key Porter: chauffeur and driven limousine
  • 10 conference rooms from 2 to 250 people
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