The unique Les Armures hotel housed in a 17th-century building in the heart of Geneva's old town boasts a unique historic atmosphere, charming rooms and fine cuisine.
Within a 10-minute walk you can reach the shopping district, the lake-front promenade and the main museums.
The hotel is run by the Borgeat-Granges family, offering you luxurious yet unpretentious accommodation and excellent dining. Guests will sleep within walls steeped in history beside the adjoining St. Pierre Cathedral.
Guest rooms are all air-conditioned and lavishly furnished, feature marble bathrooms, thick bathrobes and the latest technology including free wireless internet access and satellite TVs.
If you appreciate the work of the interior designer Philippe Michiels (known for mixing old and new), ask for one of the recently refurbished rooms.
Café Les Armures is a city landmark and Geneva's oldest coffee house, a popular spot among locals and a must-see for visitors. The restaurant serves classic French gourmet cuisine while in the cellar the Carnotzet offers cheese specialities including Raclette and Fondue.
Les Armures has been a magnet for foreign dignitaries wishing to discover the true soul of this international city. Les Armures has welcomed such famous guests as presidents Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter and John F. Kennedy.