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About this property
16 one-of-a-kind apartments, within a single, lovingly restored townhouse, all right in the heart of Geneva’s Old Town.
Each Hamlet home comes with access to a collection of quietly sophisticated spaces designed to let youunplug and unwind whenever you need.
Whilst every Hamlet home is individually designed, they all share first-class specifications :
on-site concierge | personal check-in | 24/7 support | king-size beds | high-speed Wi-Fi | Bang & Olufsen sound systems | Aesop bathroom products | free public transport pass
A far cry from shoebox hotel rooms or standardised corporate housing, the Hamlet homes are cool, contemporary and well thought-out.
Oak parquet floors, large bay windows and elegant cornicing are just some of the original features that have been carefully restored.
On top of that, guests also have exclusive access to the Square – a 200m2 relaxed hangout space for people to connect, work or unwind. It includes:
The Square: a spacious coworking space for guests to work at their liberty. Also offering fresh croissants in the morning, and an Epicerie with local products.
The Library: a quiet spot for guests to work and read, which can also be rented for meetings.
The Gallery: a calming, peaceful room with weekly yoga, Pilates and meditation classes
About Geneva, Switzerland
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Sleek, chic and a cosmopolitan melting-pot, Geneva is truly a rare breed: it's among Europe's most expensive places to live. People chat in every language imaginable, and it's often perceived as the Swiss capital (it's not). Spectacularly wrapped around the shores of Europe's largest Alpine lake, Geneva is only Switzerland's third-largest city.
But it feels like the whole world is here: 200-plus international organisations fill the city's posh hotels, dine on its international cuisine and assist in propping up Geneva's famous surplus of banks, jewellers and chocolate shops. As for the urban grit? To find the rougher cut, venture into the Paquis quarter or walk along the river's industrial shores where neighborhood bars buzz with attitude.