Hotel de la Paix relaunches as Ritz-Carlton Hotel de la Paix, Geneva, after renovation

Ritz-Carlton, along with the Manz family, completed the renovation of a 152-year-old hotel in Geneva, Switzerland.

Following the completion of renovation, the hotel is now called as Ritz-Carlton Hotel de la Paix, Geneva.

Earlier called as Hotel de la Paix, Geneva, the hotel underwent a multi-million dollar renovation.

Ritz-Carlton, Bulgari and St. Regis Hotels & Resorts president and chief operating officer Hervé Humler said: "With its storied past and legacy of outstanding service, rich culture, and culinary discoveries, Hotel de la Paix is an ideal fit for The Ritz-Carlton brand, which continues to grow and provide exceptional service and genuine care to our guests across the globe.

"I am delighted to bring the brand and our renowned service to Switzerland - the country where the legendary hotelier Cesar Ritz was born."

Located on the shore of Lake Geneva, the hotel also offers views of the city's famous Jet d'Eau and Mont Blanc.

The Manz family said: "We are very excited about the reopening of the Hotel de la Paix under The Ritz-Carlton brand."

"We chose The Ritz-Carlton as operator because we are convinced that the expertise of The Ritz-Carlton in luxury hospitality is going to help this unique property to maintain its position as one of the leading luxury hotels in Geneva in years to come."

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel de la Paix, Geneva has been renovated in a way that blends modern design, functionality and its heritage.

Its public areas have been restored while its 74 guestrooms, including 14 elegant suites, have been re-styled with a sleek and modern design. Each guestroom has floor-to-ceiling windows that not only enable natural light to flow in but also offers views across Mont Blanc Square, Lake Geneva and the Jet d'Eau.

The hotel's Fiskebar introduces a new Nordic-fusion concept; Living Room Bar & Kitchen is an all-day dining that serves up regional dishes and global flavours; Philippe Pascoët chocolate shop offers sweet confections, handmade by Swiss chocolatier Philippe Pascoët.


Image: One Bedroom Suite of The Ritz-Carlton, Hotel de la Paix, Geneva. Photo: courtesy of Marriott International/PR Newswire Association LLC.