Geneva’s lakeside home of haute living
Facing the crystal blue of Lake Geneva, The Woodward inhabits a post-Haussmann style building erected in 1901 by architect François Durel. Take one step inside and the hotel’s elegant, belle époque façade instantly gives way to an opulent interior completely re-imagined by architect Pierre-Yves Rochon.
The 26 suites of The Woodward have been carefully curated to possess their own distinct character and individual design details with signature flourishes including marble fireplaces and bookcases. 12 of the suites have a full lake view.
Home to exquisite dining from L’Atelier Robuchon and Le Jardinier, as well as a two-floor well-being oasis including Spa Guerlain, The Woodward is Geneva’s first all-suite hotel, a lakeside retreat suspended between nature and the city.
Enjoy ultimate luxury in a nature setting so beautiful, that you will feel your troubles melt away.