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Hotel President Wilson

1000 (max) 11 rooms 228 bedrooms 800 (max)
Address: 47 Quai Wilson
Geneva
CH-1211
Switzerland
Tel: 020 3011 3102
Email:
Website: visit website
Hotel / Leisure Group:The Luxury Collection
Delegate Rates:
Daily:   €130.00
Rates are exclusive of sales tax (VAT)
Room Hire Rate: From €660.00
Rates are exclusive of sales tax (VAT)
Flight time from UK: 1 hr 30 mins
Time Zone: GMT +1 hour
Location & Parking: Located in the heart of Geneva jsut steps away from international organisations and chic boutiques on the bank of Lake Leman. 5 minutes drive from the airport and 10 minutes walk to the train station.
Restaurants: The hotel offers a wide array of dining facilities: the Lebanese restaurant Arabesque, the gastronomic restaurant Bayview and the new asian restaurant Umami, all orchestrated by our famous executive chef Michel Roth, “Meilleur Ouvrier de France” and “Bocuse d’or” 1991.

Description

The choice of many dignified authorities, the five-star Hotel President Wilson is an elegant hotel offering a world of unique privileges. Located in the heart of Geneva, we are just steps away from international organizations and chic boutiques. Take an enchanting stroll along Lake Geneva and experience an elegant combination of fine classicism and modern architecture. Enjoy the pristine beauty of Geneva and the finest amenities at Hotel President Wilson. Indulge in our spectacular swimming pool or discover new flavors at one of our fine restaurants, all of which feature fantastic views of urban existence. Rendezvous in the beguilingly sophisticated surroundings of L'Arabesque, where connoisseurs establish an adoration of the delicate flavors of Lebanese cuisine. Open the doors of your guest room and savor an extension of our world-class luxury and refinement. Our 230 guest rooms are decorated and furnished in a contemporary style and are truly indicative of subtle elegance and refinement.

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