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Where Cultures Meet

Where Cultures Meet

Just steps from the train station, the Pâquis district brings to life a vast ethnic melting pot.

In the energy and diversity of the Pâquis district, Geneva Hostel stands as the ideal meeting point for travelers from around the world. This vibrant and cosmopolitan neighborhood reflects the multicultural spirit of Geneva, offering a unique experience at every turn. From international cuisines to the Bains des Pâquis, a local gem open year-round, every street reveals a facet of Geneva's cultural wealth. With international organizations nearby, the Pâquis are the symbol of an open and welcoming Geneva. Located in the heart of this bustling district, Geneva Hostel is the perfect invitation to explore, share, and discover authentic Geneva, a city of all colors and flavors, set in a residential area that has retained its charm and history.

Bains des Pâquis and Le Phare des Pâquis

Dive into the revitalizing ambiance of the Bains des Pâquis, a gem by Lake Geneva where relaxation and culture converge. Whether it’s for a refreshing summer swim, a winter sauna, or to admire the dawn from the lighthouse, the Bains des Pâquis promise unforgettable moments. Le Phare des Pâquis offers a picturesque walk and breathtaking views of the surrounding city and mountains.

The Jet d'Eau

The emblematic symbol of Geneva, the Jet d'Eau, can be seen from many points in the Pâquis district, offering a majestic spectacle that captivates visitors. Propelling water from Lake Geneva to an impressive height, this monument is more than a technical feat; it has become a cherished landmark for Genevans and travelers alike over time. A stroll along the lake to admire the Jet d'Eau at sunset is an essential experience, symbolizing the meeting of nature and human ingenuity.

The Palais Wilson

Just steps away from the shores of Lake Geneva, the Palais Wilson, currently the headquarters of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, stands as a monumental testament to international history and Geneva's commitment to global peace. Its elegant facade and peaceful gardens invite contemplation on global issues.

The Brunswick Monument

Dedicated to the Duke of Brunswick, this neo-Gothic mausoleum is an impressive homage to friendship and gratitude. Located by the lake, the Brunswick Monument stands out for its remarkable architecture and fascinating history, offering insights into Geneva's rich past.