Staying in Geneva
Geneva may be small, but that's never stopped it from being one of Europe's most important cultural and commercial centres. Nestled on the shores of Lake Geneva and with the Rhône running through it, Geneva manages to be both intimate, cosmopolitan, and sophisticated, whilst somehow intimating that nature is never far away. The city's accolades are many; it consistently ranks as one of the most liveable cities in the world, it's the official European home of the UN and a veritable plethora of other international organisations. It has played an important role in some of Europe's most historical moments, including the Protestant Reformation, and the signing of the Geneva Conventions - the standards of international law that govern the treatment of humans in war.
The Genevan people are happy to welcome people from all around the globe, making Geneva a truly international city. As a byproduct, despite its small size, Geneva benefits from its international focus, including a fantastic dining scene, excellent infrastructure, global luxury brand shopping, and high quality of life