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Le Richemond

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Le Richemond

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Geneva, Switzerland

AS DESCRIBED BY PROPERTY: Prestigious and refined, Le Richemond is located on the picturesque shores of Lake Geneva, overlooking Jardin Brunswick. Founded in 1875 by the Armleder family, the hotel is synonymous with peerless comfort and elegance. For over a century, Le Richemond has welcomed distinguished guests, from Hollywood icons and artists to international dignitaries and authors, all enjoying the unique cosmopolitan atmosphere and alpine scenery. The clientele has included some of the greatest names of the 20th century - from Charlie Chaplin and Louis Armstrong to Sophie Loren, Rita Hayworth and Marc Chagall. Le Richemond’s 109 spacious rooms, including 22 suites, are decorated in a contemporary style with a strong emphasis on comfort, elegance and state-of-the-art facilities. All the suites feature a private balcony with views of the breathtaking landscape. Experience exquisite modern Mediterranean cuisine at Le Jardin ranging from antipasti to delicious fish, or a four-course gourmet tasting menu based on seasonal ingredients. During summer a table on the terrace is a must for lunch or dinner.

PLEASE NOTE: Suite Access™ guests will receive a hotel credit equal to 100 units of local currency for each night booked; minimum of two-night stay required. Complimentary breakfast is offered for two persons, per suite bedroom, per night.

DESTINATION TIP: Geneva’s best cafés, bistros, brasseries and restaurants are all within walking distance of the hotel. Wander through the cobbled streets of the Old Town and you can sample a raclette, or taste the exquisite chocolate made by family-run artisan chocolate makers. Wine lovers can take a private tour of the 2,000 year-old Lavaux vineyards, recognized as a world heritage site by UNESCO.

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