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Lake Geneva, or Lac Léman as French speakers know it, is the largest lake in Western Europe. Straddling the border between Switzerland and France, the lake is surrounded by charming cities and towns, lush vineyards and the snowy Vaud Alps.
Geneva dominates the southwestern end of Lake Geneva where it meets the Rhone River. This truly international city is nicknamed the Capital of Peace. Look for the iconic Jet d’Eau, a massive stream of water that shoots 460 feet (140 meters) into the air.
Lausanne is smaller than Geneva, but also beautiful. Explore the pedestrian-only Old Town and its famous cathedral. The Olympic Museum in Lausanne deserves a gold medal. The world’s oldest athletic competition comes to life through its interactive exhibits and sculpture park.
Morges is Lausanne’s much smaller neighbor, known for its annual Tulip Festival, when thousands of blooms welcome spring. Morges is the gateway to La Côte in Vaud’s wine country. Savor a wine tasting at one of its famous vineyards.
Because of its Mediterranean climate, the region around Vevey is known as the Swiss Riviera. Visit the headquarters of Nestlé, one of the world’s largest food companies, tour its factory and sample chocolate. Silent film star Charlie Chaplin lived in this area for many years.
Continue along to Montreux, the jewel of the Swiss Riviera. This grand city has long attracted the rich and famous, most notably Queen front man Freddie Mercury. Visit Montreux Palace and other lavish buildings from the Belle Époque and attend a day or two of events at annual music festivals.
On the eastern shores of the lake, tour Château de Chillon, one of Europe’s most visited castles. With its fascinating history and stunning location, it’s easy to understand the appeal. The castle sits on a small rocky island in Lake Geneva and even has its own private beach.
Lake Geneva is a delight to visit in any season. In fact, you could stay here for many months and still not see all it has to offer.
Located in Geneva City Centre, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Park Mon Repos, United Nations European Headquarters, and Ariana Ceramics and Glass Museum. Bourg-de-Four Square and Saint-Pierre Cathedral are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Smart five-storey hotel set 300 meters from Lake Geneva and the railway station and one kilometer from St Pierre Cathedral.
Located 2 blocks from Cornavin Station near the UN headquarters, Hotel Royal offers a comfortable base in central Geneva. The Paquis Baths at Lake Geneva are a 10-minute walk away, featuring Turkish baths, a beach for swimming, and lakeside dining.
This family-friendly Montreux hotel is located on a lake, within a 10-minute walk of Montreux Convention Center and Freddie Mercury Statue. Place du Marche and Montreux Casino are also within 10 minutes.
This Geneva hotel is a 3-minute walk from the main train station and a 10-minute walk to Lake Geneva. Saint-Pierre Cathedral, Old Town, Tavel House, and many restaurants are within 1 km (0.6 mi) of the hotel.
Situated by Lake Geneva in the heart of the city, this luxury hotel offers panoramic views of the Jet d’Eau Fountain and the Mont Blanc. Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva is within 1.5 km (1 mi) of Flower Clock, and English Park and within 2.5 km (1.5 mi) of the Old City.
Located in Geneva City Centre, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Notre Dame Basilica, Saint-Pierre Cathedral, and Bourg-de-Four Square. Reformation Wall Monument and Jet d'Eau Fountain are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Superbly located in the heart of Geneva, a few steps from the lake, facing a quiet green square, the hotel is close to important local attractions as well as the financial district, airport, and exclusive shopping area.