Swiss summer escape at the Kempinski Geneva
This summer the Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva is offering special summer interlude rates at Dh1,800 or CHF595 (about $485) per night for a superior room with breakfast.
The offer is valid from July through to September.
Those who get in quick and stay at the hotel in June can avail themselves of the special soft opening rate of Dh1,330 or CHF440, not including breakfast.
The 423-room hotel has an enviable location on the shores of Lake Geneva facing the stunning Jet d’eau fountain and close to key business districts and tourist attractions. Guests are greeted each day with stunning views of the fountain and the majestic Swiss and French Alps, probably one of the most photographed tourist spots in the world.
Spacious lake view rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows and private balconies enjoy a panorama of the Jura Mountains, Mont Blanc, the Alps and the city. Accommodating to all travellers, the Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva also features a new duplex Geneva Suite – one of the city’s largest at approximately 700sqm – with its own private spa, gym and lift and spectacular views over the bustling metropolis.
The hotel has recently been artfully refurbished.
‘Floor Two’ offers an entirely new dining experience, with different atmospheres and international cuisines to choose from, all on the same floor: The Restaurant, The Grill, The Lounge and The Bar are geared to meet the most exacting standards, not forgetting Tse Yang’s Chinese restaurant. During the summer, the terrace is a natural extension of the dining area where guests may take their drinks or meals outside and soak up the sun and fresh lake breeze with fabulous views over the Jet d’Eau.
Once guests are done exploring the city and surrounding areas they can seek out the refuge of the hotel’s leisure and relaxation facilities which include an indoor salt-water swimming pool with outside sundeck in summer, a sauna, massage facilities, steam bath, solarium and sun-beds. A shopping arcade on the ground floor features high end boutiques, jewellers and an art gallery with the best in Swiss luxury goods. Facilities are in place to cater especially to Arab travellers including Middle Eastern cuisine, Arabic speaking staff, prayer carpets and spacious rooms and suites for families.