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Mandarin Oriental, Geneva

Haute lodgings with an Indian eatery

A landmark to behold on the banks of the River Rhône, at the heart of Geneva’s city centre, this majestic 189-room property dates back to 1950, when it was unveiled as the first luxury hostelry to open in Europe after WWII. Refurbished as recently as 2013, the hotel boasts a distinct air of timeless Swiss elegance, though a Michelin-starred Indian restaurant star chef Vineet Bhatia – the only one of its kind on the continent – infuses an exotic flavour to the scene.


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