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Welcome to Fraser Suites Geneva

Fraser Suites Geneva sits among Geneva’s hidden gems at a stone’s throw from the famous Jet d’eau fountain, with proximity to major city attractions, such as the Quays of Lac Geneva, Geneva Old Town, Palais des Nations Geneva and St Peter’s Cathedral, some within walking distance. Housed in a building that used to be the headquarters of Rolex, the property is well located within the prestigious shopping and business district of Rue Du Marché, which finds Credit Suisse, JP Morgan, UBS, and International Convention Centre as its neighbours.

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Offering 67 units of Gold-Standard fully-furnished luxury serviced residences, Fraser Suites Geneva is the choice accommodation that caters to both business and leisure travellers.  Our studio apartments come with complimentary Wi-Fi access available in rooms and around the property, 24/7 reception and concierge services, 24/7 gym and a business centre. With a well-equipped kitchen and a comprehensive home entertainment system, home is where work and play come together.  

Well served by an excellent public transport network that comprises trains, metros and trams, our guests uncover the treasures of the city with ready accessibility, be it sightseeing, shopping, dining or simply basking in the splendour of Swiss Alps.

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Where we are

Geneva Airport

It’s fast becoming home to one of the busiest international airports in central Europe. 

Jet d'Eau

The famous lakeside fountain shoots with an incredible force of 200km/h at 1,360 horsepower to create the sky-high plume that impresses travelers as they touch down the city.

Palais des Nations

Home to the UN since 1966, the Palais des Nations is nestled in a 46-hectare park, generously peppered with century-old trees and peacocks.

Musée International de la Croix- Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge

Here at the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum, compelling multimedia exhibits take visitors through the major happenings

Cathédrale St-Pierre

The cathedral is predominantly Gothic with an 18th-century neoclassical facade.

Musée d’Art et d’Histoire

This elegant museum holds masterpieces in its treasure chest, such as the Konrad Witz' La pêche miraculeuse (c 1440–44) that portrays Christ walking on water on Lake Geneva, amongst other excellent temporary exhibitions.

ICT Discovery

One gets to explore the evolution of information technology, from primitive times through to the future, in this fascinating exhibition that provides hands-on gadgets and devices to fiddle with, and a games room that simulates cyberattacks.

Old Town

The main street, Grand-Rue, shelters the Espace Rousseau at No 40, where the 18th-century philosopher was born.

Cathédrale de St-Pierre

The part-Romanesque, part-Gothic cathedral is where Protestant John Calvin preached from 1536 to 1564

Musée International de la Réforme

Housed in an 18th-century mansion, the modern museum, themed Reformation, is where state-of-the-art exhibits and audiovisuals bring to life everything from the earliest printed bibles to Protestantism.

Cité du Temps

This 19th-century industrial building was constructed in the 1840s to provide the city's public fountains with water.

Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain

Set in an industrial 1950s factory, the Modern and Contemporary Art Museum is host to young, international and cross-media exhibitions.

Musée Barbier-Mueller

Protestant John Calvin used to live in the house opposite this refined gallery space, filled with objects that are pre-Columbian.

Le Rath

This historic building is Switzerland's oldest purpose-built museum dating from 1826, and is today home to some interesting, temporary art exhibitions.

Musée d’Histoire Naturelle

In addition to its permanent collection of stuffed animals, Geneva's Natural History Museum hosts some fabulous temporary exhibitions that are hugely popular among children.

Site Archéologique de la Cathédrale St-Pierre

The highlights of this small archaeological site in the basement of Geneva's cathedral are the fine 4th-century mosaics and the tomb of an Allobrogian chieftain.

Maison de Rousseau et de la Literature

The 1712 birthplace of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Geneva's greatest thinker.

Jardin Anglais

The English garden is an urban park that features the Horloge Fleurie, a flower clock crafted from 6500 plants that has been ticking here since 1955.

Parc des Bastions

Famous for its huge chessboard, the park is a must-visit right in the heart of Geneva.

Quai du Mont-Blanc

A picturesque lakeside promenade with views of the magnificent Mont Blanc, or the White Mountain, this is a great place to relax with the scenic gardens and statues.

Parc de la Perle du Lac

A large park where the Romans once used to build ornate thermal baths.

Parc de l’Ariana

Perfect for afternoon strolls and romantic walks, the park is home to the largest United Nations office with awesome views of the Alps.

Jardin Botanique

Situated at the northern part of the city, the garden impresses with its exotic plants and the aviary.

Terrasse Agrippa d'Abigné

Lined with beautiful trees, the park takes you back to nature, with a fine rooftop that offers a cathedral view.

Globus

The most popular department store of Geneva is known not just for its fashion and cosmetics but also for its bustling food hall thronged by locals and foreigners alike.

Manor

Shoppers should not miss the other major department store that promises something for everyone at home.

Flea market

Open twice-weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays, the flea market is a place for local and authentic finds.

Maison des Couleurs Fines, Caran d’Arche

A classy boutique that is not just beautiful in the design but also in the rainbow of colours available through Swiss Colour maker, Caran d’Arche.

Le Village

A hip concept store that features fashion, toys, jewellery, art and homewares.

Collection Privee

For art deco lamps, furniture and other 20th-century finds.

La 3eme Main

For designer items and accessories.

Maison Tavel

The oldest house in Geneva provides an intriguing account of the 14th- to 19th-century urban life in this city.

Cité du Temps.

This 19th-century industrial building was constructed in the 1840s to provide the city's public fountains with water.

Grand Théâtre de Genève

For great ballet performances.

CGN and Swissboat

CGN

For lake cruises aboard beautiful belle epoque steamers.

Swissboat

For thematic cruises that take you through the castles and scenic nature around the lake and along the Rhone River.

STT Train Tours

For short city tours along the lake, into the Old Town and across the border to Yvoire.

Mini Train Tours

Travel along the left bank to Parc des Eaux-Vives and back again aboard a solar-powered red train in 45 minutes.

Palexpo

The exhibition venue boasts 106,000 sqm of contiguous pillar-free exhibit space and meeting facilities that can accommodate delegate sizes from 10 to 2,500.

Fraser Suites Geneva

Fraser Suites Geneva
Rue Du Marché 4-14,
Geneva, Switzerland

Fraser Suites Geneva
Rue de la Rôtisserie 3-5
1204 Geneva
Switzerland

Tel:+41 (0)22 525 98 88
Email: reservations.geneva@frasershospitality.com
Fraser Suites Geneva
Rue de la Rôtisserie 3-5
1204 Geneva
Switzerland

Tel:+41 (0)22 525 98 88
Email: reservations.geneva@frasershospitality.com
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