The Woodward Geneva
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The Woodward is located on the shores of Lake Geneva offering panoramic views of Mont Blanc. The hotel was originally built in 1901 by French architect Francois Durel in post-Haussmann style and is currently being completely transformed and carefully reimagined by world-renowned architect Pierre-Yves Rochon. A historic transformation creates Geneva s first all-suite hotel designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon, with restaurants by Michelin-starred L Atelier de Joel Robuchon and vegetable driven Le Jardinier by Alain Verzeroli as well as a 1,200 square metre Spa by Maison Guerlain. Beyond The Woodward s historic facade guests will find classic meets contemporary interiors providing a stylish city sanctuary with spectacular lake and mountain views. Each of the 26 suites has been carefully curated to possess its own distinct character and individual design details with signature flourishes including marble fireplaces and bookcases. 21 of the suites have a full lake view. The jewels in the crown are the Presidential Suite designed in elegant ivory tones and offering panoramic lake views from every room with a private dining room and loggia and the Royal Suite reached by private lift and designed to resemble a chic Parisian apartment.
Restaurants & Bars
L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon - theatrical dining experience
Le Jardinier - innovative dining by Michelin starred chef Alain Verzeroli, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner