Mandarin Oriental, Geneva Combines European Elegance and Far Eastern Luxury

Lindsay Judge   |   11-11-2022

Wherever you are in the world Mandarin Oriental is a Hospitality Group you can rely on. With the finest in service, attention to detail and five-star luxury, you will never be disappointed. So if you’re planning to travel to Geneva, there is only one destination we could recommend.



Mandarin Oriental, Geneva is perfectly located, close to the River Rhône, with a picturesque mountain backdrop, and in the heart of the city’s shopping, history and business districts. Perfect for those hoping to explore the local area on foot, whether it’s for shopping, sightseeing or just losing yourself in the city, this luxury property has everything you need just a few steps away. Mandarin Oriental, Geneva combines Swiss tradition with Oriental charm and extra special attention to detail. Expect to arrive with a warm welcome from the property’s team as you immediately feel at home on arrival.


Rooms & Suites



One of the highlights of this property is the impressive rooms and suites, many of which have private terraces overlooking the river, mountains and city scenery – what more could you want? The spacious rooms are a home away from home. Ranging from the River View Junior Suite, right up to the Royal Penthouse, there are a number of larger room categories, perfect for families or those staying for longer trips. The interiors of the rooms combine traditional and contemporary elements with an Oriental twist on design. Light and bright furnishings are complemented by touches of colour to create a homely feel.



One of our favourite room categories comes in the form of the Junior Terrace Suites. At 65-square-metres, while these are not the largest of rooms at the property, they come with a 20-square-metre terrace with unparalleled views across the river and the city’s Old Town. The Junior Terrace Suites are located in a secluded location on the top floor of the hotel so offer complete privacy for guests. Inside these spacious suites feature a bedroom and adjoining living area complete with an open fireplace. A large, glass-enclosed bathroom offers a walk-in shower, stand-alone bath and windows overlooking the 20sqm private terrace. Other recommended room categories include the Rooftop Junior Suite and Riverview Corner Suites.


For those wanted to indulge in the ultimate luxury, the Speciality Suites offer something extra special. The Royal Penthouse the largest of all is located on the top floor of the hotel with spectacular views. It features a bedroom, dining and living area, large entertainment area, terrace and even its own Hamman shower. The Penthouse can also be connected via a private lift to the 6th floor Royal Suite to form the 577sqm six-bedroom Imperial Residence.


Food & Dining



Mandarin Oriental, Geneva features two exciting dining options. The first and our highly recommended option is the recently opened modern Japanese fine-dining restaurant SACHI. Upon entering the restaurant you’ll immediately be relaxed by the modern architecture and Oriental-inspired interiors, mirroring that of a Japanese restaurant. If the weather allows, outside you’ll find an authentic Japanese zen garden curated by a specialist Japanese gardener, providing an idyllic setting on the Rhône waterside.



The scene is set but what about the food? SACHI offers two dining options. The first is a traditional seated table where guests can choose from delicious Japanese signature dishes which have been given a modern twist. While the second, which is designed for the ultimate foodies, is the 10-seater Omakase bar, where guests can enjoy a live cooking experience. Perfect for groups travelling together, events or couples looking for a memorable moment.



Menu highlights include Crispy Rice, Seared Tuna with SACHI Truffle Sauce, Black cod with yuzu miso sauce, and Grilled Seabass. The extensive sushi menu is not to be missed and we recommend trying as much as you can! Don’t forget to leave room for dessert where you can find a selection of traditional dishes with a Japanese twist.



For a more relaxed experience, Yakumanka is a Peruvian restaurant serving Authentic cebicheria in partnership with award-winning chef Gastón Acurio. Led by head chef Chef Daniel Galvez Estrada who is Gastón Acurio’s right-hand, Yakumanka is reminiscent of an authentic Peruvian cevicheria. The team serve up authentic cuisine centred around fine seafood with many exciting dishes to try. The centrepiece of the restaurant is the open kitchen with a long bar where our chefs prepare cebiches and tiraditos form the heart of the restaurant, offering guests a glimpse into the coming together of these delicious dishes.





If you get a moment to relax during your stay, head to the hotel’s fitness centre and spa to unwind and recharge before you travel. With several luxurious treatments on the menu as well as personal training sessions and yoga classes, there is something to suit every need. So sit back, relax and enjoy!


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