Ratings based on 14 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.7 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler
Posted Aug 10, 2014
Pros: He hotel location was very convenient to the intern. org. and to get around There's a free pass for public transportation.
Cons: Bigger rooms and insulation..
The room was much smaller than in the pictures and than expected. The insulation in the rooms is terrible and you can hear everything your neighbors say and do. The hotel menu is very limited and has no desserts. You have to wait until 6pm before you can order dinner. There is a sensor for the light in the bathroom which is extremely annoying: if you wake up at night to go the bathroom it takes a while before the lights turn off and when taking a shower for more then 5 min, you'll find yourself in the dark at some point.
for Business Travelersby S Mathews from South Carolina
Nice HotelPosted May 23, 2014 on Hotels.com
Across the street from a large park and a short walk from the lakefront. An enjoyable stay and nice people.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Poor service at the barPosted Feb 22, 2014 on Hotels.com
Got there on the first night, te bar was unmanned. Asked at reception and he made a call, took 15 minutes for someone to bother turning up. Same happened the night later, this time the bar was fairly busy but still no one serving. The only other issue was the bathroom - te lights come on automatically when you walk in, and go off a few minutes later. That means you end up standing in the dark in the shower. Avoid Breakfast - CHF18 for a rather poor buffet. I thought New York was expensive!
for Business Travelersby XP from Mexico
Nice hotel, bring earplugsPosted Feb 5, 2014 on Hotels.com
Hotel is great in most respects. Rooms are comfortable, clean, well located... Only drawback is that the walls are paper thin. You can hear the whole routine of the guest next door, what he is watching on TV, when he goes to the john... Everything.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Feb 3, 2014 on Hotels.com
rooms a bit spartan - chairs hard and desk not a good height for serious work...amenities non-existent (just cheap soap) and even toilet paper is absurdly sandpapery - a contrast to the luxurious towels.
for Personal Eventby Linda
Friendly elegant hotelPosted Feb 3, 2014 on Hotels.com
From the moment I arrived the staff was dedicated to making my stay enjoyable. Checking in with a glass of "Cava" the concierge immediately acquainted me with the surrounding area by mapping our location and discussing tours available during my Mid Winter stay.
for Business Travelersby Wash D C from Washington, DC
Convenient, simple roomsPosted Feb 3, 2014 on Hotels.com
The Mon Repos was nice hotel for work travel, with most major amenities. They didn't have any conditioner or lotion or what you expect with basic toiletries, but the rooms were bigger than other Euro rooms and nice sheets. I had a balcony on my room which was lovely, but no view. Great for meetings with the child health orgs, and easy enough to walk down to the train station, etc.
for Business Travelersby Lee from United Kingdom
Lovely hotel near UNPosted Nov 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great hotel, spotlessly clean and well maintained. Staff were very professional and efficient. Located 10-15 minutes walk from the UN and 5 minutes walk from the lake, parks and the botanical gardens.
for Business Travelersby HB2
Fantastic location....bring earplugsPosted May 13, 2012 on Hotels.com
Finding a good value hotel in Geneva tends to be the toughest part of any business trip. This time I had business with the different UN offices, so the location was absolutely perfect. The reception will give you a public transport map and the bus stops are around 100m from the hotel entrance. This coupled with the free of charge transportation cards from the airport and hotel meant that I didnt incur any travel expenses for the 3 days I was in town. The breakfast was quite reasonable for Geneva (and hotels these days)- sixteen francs- which I would have paid but I didnt really have time, so I stopped at the bakery right by the tram stop instead. Major downside for me was that there were no tea/ coffee making facilities in the room. And the fact that the walls really were paper thin. Yes, the rooms are small, and the deco is very plain, but you are not in the middle of the red light district, or paying hundreds of swiss francs a night, so I would definitely stay here again. Wifi access was also given free of charge and the connection was very fast in room.
for Business Travelersby Greg from Alexandra, New Zealand
Overall very good.Posted Jan 30, 2012
Pros: Proximity to the WMO building where my meeting was and free internet
Cons: Breakfast not included in the price.
Location: Close to WMO and botanical gardens
My main annoyance was that while I had booked and paid for a garden room i.e. one not facing the busy road, I was given a room facing the busy road. This wasn't too much of an issue and otherwise the hotel was perfectly good. Free internet is always appreciated and the hotel was close to my meeting (the WMO).