Following an extensive multi-million dollar renovation, the 152-year-old Hotel de la Paix, Geneva has reopened as The Ritz-Carlton Hotel de la Paix, Geneva and is promising guests a rich hospitality combined with an enriched culinary experience.
“With its storied past and legacy of outstanding service, rich culture, and culinary discoveries, Hotel de la Paix is an ideal fit for The Ritz-Carlton brand, which continues to grow and provide exceptional service and genuine care to our guests across the globe,” said Hervé Humler, president and chief operating officer of The Ritz-Carlton, Bulgari and St. Regis Hotels & Resorts. “I am delighted to bring the brand and our renowned service to Switzerland – the country where the legendary hotelier Cesar Ritz was born.”
Located right at the shore of Lake Geneva, the hotel offers mesmerizing views of the city’s Jet d’Eau and Mont Blanc. Keeping true to its reputation for prime luxury, the 74 room property in its refurbished form includes a flexible event space for over 100 guests, fourteen suites, exotic public areas and tapestries.
Two “culinary experiences” Fiskebar, a new Nordic-fusion concept—a first-of-its-kind in Geneva—inspired by executive chef Alessio Corda’s respect for organic, regional dishes; and Living Room Bar & Kitchen, which offers add-day dining in an inviting, lounge-style setting embellished with the building’s historic details and original features, such as the 150-year-old parquet and walnut floor. The Philippe Pascoët chocolate offering authentic sweet confections, handmade by legendary Swiss master chocolatier, Philippe Pascoët.
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