Le Richemond Reviews; Geneva, Switzerland
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Le Richemond, Geneva

Rue Adhémar-Fabri 8, 1201, Geneva, Switzerland
Le Richemond Review
 
5 Star Rating
29 September 2018Le RichemondTags: Geneva, Switzerland, Traditional reviewsThe Bill: £3000 per night
 

Nestled in the heart of Geneva’s business district and sitting on the banks of the impressive Lake Geneva, Le Richemond brings together a combination of idyllic views, five star luxury, and for us, fond memories as this wasn’t the first time we’ve visited.

The building itself dates back as far as 1800’s. And while we were certainly able to appreciate some of the historic architecture and period features Le Richemond has to offer, it’s the modern decor that earned this hotel their five star rating.

It’s really this blend of period charm, the feeling, and knowledge that many famous and influential personalities have stayed here, and the charming decor and furnishings that all come together to deliver the exceptional, and unique experience the Le Richemond has to offer.

On our most recent visit we stayed one of their Premium Lake View Suites, the suite offered a contemporary style with lots of soft wood furnishings, the colours complimented each other perfectly with beige and creme fabrics off-set with touches of vibrant red.

There was plenty of natural light coming in through the French doors, along with a most refreshing, cool, mountain breeze. From the balcony, we were able to enjoy stunning panoramic views over Brunswick Gardens, Lake Geneva, the Jet d’Eau and of course the French Alps, we must say, the views are most impressive which did make it quite difficult to leave our suite to explore the local area.

“Le Richemond brings together a combination of idyllic views and five star luxury.”

Moving into the bedroom the soft beiges and creme colours continued, this time offset with some touches of yellow. A more relaxing and thoughtful mood colour for the bedroom, one of the many subtle touches that didn’t go unnoticed. The King size bed delivered on the promise of a good night’s sleep.

The bathroom had a stunning contrast of white tiles with black marble surfaces, polished chrome fittings, and a large centrepiece backlit mirror, complete with a large bath along with his and hers walk-in drench style showers, a single wash basin and of course a toilet.

For dining options Le Richemond is home to Le Jardin, which also offers gorgeous views over the elegant Brunswick Gardens. Providing a feeling of seclusion away from the bustle of the city, and giving you the perfect setting to enjoy superb dishes from their seasonal menu.

If relaxation and pampering is high on your agenda then we recommend visiting “Le Spa by Sisley”, with a wide range of skin care treatments and spa facilities, you’re sure to leave feeling rejuvenated.

When exploring the area surrounding Le Richemond, you have the options to explore the beautiful alpine countryside or heading into the heart of the historic city of Geneva, which is home to rows of coffee shops, museums, shopping districts, festivals, and more.

Once again, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Le Richemond, when visiting Geneva, we recommend considering Le Richemond, we certainly enjoyed our experience.

 
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