Eden Hotel Geneva
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEden Hotel Geneva
The hotel is next to the lake and walking distance to both the old town and the international organisations. Staff members were very friendly and efficient. The only negatives are the shower/bath combo and the fact that their restaurant is closed over weekends.
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