Luxury Apartments in Geneva
At just 3 minutes walking distance from the Quays of Lac Geneva, Fraser Suites Geneva is situated within the vicinity of the International Convention Centre, Geneva Old Town, Palais des Nations Geneva, St Peters Cathedral Geneva, and many other attractions in Geneva.
Surrounded by an excellent public transport network that comprises trams and trains, getting around for work or for leisure is easy and convenient.
Fraser Suites Geneva
Rue de la Rôtisserie 3-5
Money exchange Migros
The best exchange rate near to your hotel
Parc des Bastions
A nearby parc with a small café for parents and a giant chess board for your children
Secret Chamber Escape Game
Absolutely unique and memorable event any child and even their parents!
The summer spot for locals, proposing an exhausting variation of water sports for big and smalls
Bain Bleu Hammam & Spa
A unique and visionary realm - spread over 3000 m2 - dedicated to intense wellness and relaxation
A magical place where the time stops and you achieves a profound sense of well-being
Our favorite partner for all your ad-hoc needs
A well-known brassery proposing its fine dining services until 2am. An ideal solution for all the late arrivals
The closest Mc'Donald's. It is open even on Sunday, when almost everything in Geneva is closed
The closest L'Occitane boutique, where you can find a large extension of our luxury bathroom amenities
The closest supermarket, where the locals do a daily shooping
The ultimate place to discover and try the latest jewelry and watch collections
Seven floors of fashionable clothes of high aspiration, located a minute by foot from the hotel entrance
Designer labels, high end jewelry and a gourmet grocery store facing the hotel building’s block
A privileged space with a relaxing atmosphere that evolves sandy beach, beautiful terrace, DJ sets and live performances
A successful mix of a trendy New York bar and a chic bistro, frequented for the exclusiveness of its breath-taking view of the Jura Mountains, Lake Geneva and the world-famous, 459ft Jet d’Eau
A lounge located on the highest floor of the building with a magical view accompanied by music and creative cocktails, such as the famous "Sky 5"
A real steak house designed by Philippe Chevrier. Inspired by his many trips to the United States, this Bar-Grill on two levels (1000 m2) welcomes you in a chic New York atmosphere. The glass cellar allows you to discover more than 500 references of wines selected from around the world
One of the oldest restaurants of Geneva that has become a must as a dining establishment for its traditional Swiss cuisine and a truly historic setting
Rasoi By Vineet
A first fine dining Indian restaurant opened in Geneva and awarded by a 1* Michelin, it offers a delectable gastronomic journey into the world of contemporary Indian cuisine
A new rooftop restaurant proposing a Japanese-fusion concept of innovative Nikkei cuisine. The terrace offers a 360-degree view over Geneva, the lake and the surrounding mountain panorama
Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity
- Migro Supermarket, opposite the property
- Cinema complex, next door
- News agents, opposite the property
- Pharmacy, next door
- Retail shops, such as Mango, H&M, Benetton and many more, within the same building
- Patisserie/bakery, next door
- Restaurants, within walking distance around the property
- Butcher, 200 metres
- Cash point, 200 metres
Dominated by the Romans, the Burgundians and then the Franks, the city of Geneva was already an independent diocese by the end of the 13th century.
Lying at the southern tip of expansive Lake Geneva that flows back into the Rhone River, the Swiss city is surrounded by the Alps and Jura mountains, offering dramatic views of Mont Blanc. In 1919, the city was chosen as the headquarters of the League of Nations, the forerunner of the UN which today has its European headquarters in Geneva. Also home to the Red Cross headquarters, the second most populous city of Switzerland has attracted organisations from around the world. More than just a global centre in international diplomacy, Geneva is also one of the world’s most important and competitive financial centres.
Getting to Fraser Suites Geneva
From Geneva International Airport
- 20 minutes’ drive-time
- Take to Gare de Cornavin, then either take a taxi (7 minutes) or walk (15 minutes)
- Take to Genève, Molard, and walk (5 minutes).
- Head south on Route de l'Aéroport, Continue onto Route de Pré-Bois;
- Turn sharp right onto Route de l'Aéroport (signs for Lausanne/Genève);
- Turn right onto Avenue Louis-Casaï;
- Turn left onto Route de Meyrin, continue onto Rue de la Servette, slight left into Rue de Chantepoulet, and slight right onto Rue du Mont-Blanc, continue onto Pont du Mont-Blanc, slight left onto Quai du Général-Guisan;
- Turn right onto Rue Pierre-Fatio;
- At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Boulevard Emile-Jaques-Dalcroze/Bvd Emile-Jaques-Dalcroze;
- Turn right onto Rue Ferdinand-Hodler, continue onto Rue du Vieux-Collège, then on to Rue du Purgatoire, take left towards Rue de la Madeleine, and continue onto Rue de la Rôtisserie;
- Fraser Suites Geneva is located on the right.
Essential facts of Geneva
Average temperature ranges from 10ºC in winter to 23ºC in summer.
French; other common languages: English and German.
The currency used in Switzerland is the Swiss franc. 1 CHF is divided into 100 cents. Most major credit cards are accepted in many of the large department stores.
GMT +1. Daylight saving time starts from 2am on the last Sunday in March and ends on the last Sunday in October.
Please check online www.bfm.admin.ch or enquire with a Swiss consulate in your country.
Banks are open as follows:
Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 16:00 hours, some also open on Saturday
Shops are normally open as follows:
Monday to Saturday from 09:30 to 20:00 hours
No vaccinations are required. Healthcare in Switzerland is generally very expensive, and free treatment is very limited. It is advisable to travel with insurance coverage.
Tipping is not necessary. Restaurant and café bills come with a standard service charge of 15%. If desired, it is appropriate to offer additional reward for exceptional service at 5-10% of the total bill. Alternatively, simply round up the bill when making payment. Hotel and railway porters expect a franc or two per bag.
Voltage: 220-230 V; frequency: 50 Hz.
For Switzerland: 0041 / +41; Geneva: 022.
New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Ascension Day, Whit Monday, Swiss National Day, Geneva Fast, Christmas and Restoration of the Republic.