Hotel Le Prince
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Pets allowed
Photos of Hotel Le Prince
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Le Prince Geneva
Travel Blogs from Geneva
... side of lake Annecy. We caught up with them a couple of times and went with them for a drive up to the ski resorts of Megeve, Combloux and La Clusaz.....lots of cloud but not an inch of snow in sight, but Mont Blanc peeped above the clouds for a moment, to allow us a stunning photo and a break for a picnic lunch.
On our last day day in Annecy we hired a car and drove the 100km to ...
... I was able to appreciate him in a whole new way. Not only did I feel a change in the way that I felt towards him and approached our relationship, I could feel the reciprocal. To be able to spend this time with him, creating new and beautiful memories, is so precious to me.
Mom and I started working together. That in itself was a huge transition in our relationship and I had no idea what to expect there. Fortunately, it ...
... child of a pizza quiche liaison, this was interesting but nice.
Dinner finished we debated the merits of another beer but with the temperature dropping further we made our way back to our nights accommodation which was cosy and warm. It didn't take long after this for our bodies and brains to slip into the much needed reprieve of a good sleep.
Our second day in Geneva started with a complimentary breakfast at our hotel after which ...
... br> A little bit about Geneva and Switzerland.
Geneva is Switzerland's second biggest city. It lies in the southwest, near the border with France, at the western end of Lake Geneva, where the Rhone flows out of the lake. A number of major international organizations have their headquarters in Geneva. These include the United Nations (UN), the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the World Health Organisation (WHO), the UN High Commission ...
... looking out at the still water and mountains on the far side. The waiter brought a small bowl of olives along with four crispy bread sticks that looked rather dull. But oh, my gosh, were they delicious! By far the best thing i had eaten all day! Buttery with just the right amount of crispiness.
During dinner the sun set, throwing lovely warm light on the glacier-covered mountains that had ...