Breakfast in the living room.The living room bar & kitchen at the ritz-carlton hotel de la paix, geneva offers a delicious breakfast and a stunning view of lake geneva to enjoy while you eat. Whether you choose the american breakfast or an option from the a la carte menu, you’re sure to have a tasty start to your day with homemade dishes made with fresh and local ingredients.
Stroll through Carouge. Cross the river to the charming neighboring town of Carouge, with its warren of small boutiques, artisanal producers and artists’ studios. The Mediterranean-influenced town became part of geneva over 200 years ago but retains an entirely more relaxed and colorful demeanor than the main city.
Lunch at le flacon. Enjoy lunch at the Michelin-starred le flacon, which is helmed by a young chef with prodigious talents. The chef’s choice tasting menu is highly recommended for the full culinary experience.
Museum stop.Visit the largest art museum in geneva, the musée d’art et d’histoire. Originally opened in 1910, the museum houses an extensive collection from the byzantine era to the 20th century with artists from Rembrandt to Cézanne represented.
Shop and snack. Occupying former artists’ lofts, l’adresse is both a chic boutique and a well-reviewed restaurant in one space. Whether you want to shop brands like Diane von Furstenberg and Isabel Marant, or you’re looking for coffee on their greenery-laden terrace, you’ll find something to keep you lingering.
Secret supper. For dinner, go to a restaurant without an address. Intensus is a traveling supper club, with a new private location for each dinner. Up to 10 people can go to each seating, and reservations are available online. Once you arrive, expect an inventive and intimate culinary experience.