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InterContinental Geneve


Inspire Your Wanderlust

Discover Geneva’s rich history, modern elegance, and vibrant cultural scene from our hotel's prime location with easy access to iconic landmarks like the United Nations Office at Geneva, lakeside promenade and the upscale shopping hub, Rue du Rhône.

Soak In Your Surroundings

The Geneva Water Fountain

Jet d'Eau, Quai Gustave-Ador, Geneve, 1207

The largest lake in Western Europe, Lake Geneva is renowned for its water fountain. This spectacular water fountain, a symbol of the city, shoots a majestic plume of water 140 metres into the air. By day, revel in its mesmerising beauty. By night, witness a captivating light display transforming the fountain into a dazzling work of art. The Jet d'Eau is not just a fountain, it's a dynamic expression of Geneva's spirit and a must-visit destination, offering a serene retreat by the lakeside.


Avenue de la Paix 14, Genéve, 1211

Be one of the 100,000 visitors who take the tour of the Palais des Nations each year. Our tours are available in more than 15 languages and last for one hour.

Red Cross Museum

Avenue de la Paix 17, Geneva, 1202

In the heart of Geneva, the Red Cross Museum is dedicated to the principles of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. Discover thought-provoking exhibits that explore the organisation's missions, the impact of humanitarian efforts worldwide and the evolving landscape of global solidarity. Through multimedia presentations and interactive displays, the museum fosters an understanding of the vital role played by the Red Cross in alleviating suffering and promoting peace.

La Perle du Lac

Rue de Lausanne, Genève, 1202

Te ‘Pearl of Lake’ and adjoining Park Moynier is arguably the most beautiful area in Geneva with clear views of the Mont Blanc and the lake. The parks are flush with flowers with plenty of shady spots to wile away the afternoon. The History of Science Museum, a former estate home, is located in the center of Park Moynier.

Patek Philippe Museum

Rue des Vieux-Grenadiers 7, Geneva, 1205

Delve into the exquisite world of horology at the Patek Philippe Museum. This distinguished museum is a tribute to the art and craftsmanship of watchmaking, showcasing an extraordinary collection of timepieces spanning centuries. From intricate watches to musical automata and delicate enamels, the museum provides an immersive journey through the evolution of Patek Philippe and the broader history of Swiss watchmaking.

Contemporary and Moderne Art Museum

10 rue des vieux Grenadiers, Genève, 1206

The Mamco is the largest and youngest museum of contemporary art in Switzerland. It is internationally renowned as a reference on the contemporary art scene, based on a collection of 4,000 items, a third of which is owned by the museum. Since opening in 1994, the Museum has held over 450 exhibitions, reflecting the diversity and dynamism of the Swiss and international art scene. Three times a year, the Mamco adds a new feature to its permanent exhibition.

Archaeological Site of St Peter's Cathedral

Cour Saint-Pierre 6, Genève, GE 1204

The remains of churches pre-dating the Cathedral are hidden beneath this ancient building, the oldest dating back to the 4th century. But the ground underneath St Peter's also holds evidence of the hill’s occupation as far back as the pre-Christian era: wells, wheat processing areas, buildings of potential cultural use, tombs of the Celtic Allobroge tribe, and so on. Several spaces are presented with modern museum techniques – one of the most significant archaeological sites north of the Alps.

Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie

Avenue du Mail 22, Genève, 1205

The Foundation has the pleasure to invite you to its watchmaking initiation workshops. Lasting three hours, they allow you to become acquainted with the basics of watchmaking by assembling and dismantling a simple watch mechanism. In the latest of our workshops, the mechanism is decorated. Other than a passion for watches and watchmaking, no skills are required to take part and the workshops are open to all watch and watchmaking enthusiasts, whether amateur or professional.

Rue du Rhône

Rue du Rhône, Geneva, 1204

Stroll down the illustrious Rue du Rhône, Geneva's premier shopping destination. This iconic street features luxury boutiques and high-end brands, offering a curated selection of fashion, jewellery and accessories. Indulge in a sophisticated shopping experience as you explore the elegant storefronts and discover the latest trends from renowned designers. Whether you seek exquisite craftsmanship or the latest fashion statements, Rue du Rhône is the place to go.

Ariana Museum

Avenue de la Paix 10, Genève, GE 1202

Twelve centuries of ceramic art. The art of fire at the Swiss Museum of Ceramics and Glass. At first sight, the Ariana is an architectural marvel in a magnificent setting. The vaulted ceiling full of stars and the great hall’s audacious colonnades surprise the visitor in the sumptuous palace built at the end of the 19th century. With the collection of 25,000 items from Switzerland, Europe and the Middle and Far East. the Ariana is one of Europe’s great museums specialising in the art of fire.

United Nations Office At Geneva

Palais des Nations, Geneva, 1211

Step into the realm of international diplomacy at the Palais des Nations, the European headquarters of the United Nations, in Geneva. This iconic building is a testament to global collaboration and peacekeeping efforts. Take a guided tour to explore the historic halls, assembly rooms and the lush surroundings of Ariana Park. Gain insights into the pivotal decisions that shape our world and the diplomatic processes that occur within these walls.

7-9 Chemin Du Petit-Saconnex Geneva 1209 Switzerland

Phone: +41 22 9193939