I was lodged at Hotel N'vY for four consecutive nights in October 2021 as part of a larger trip to Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The high ranking of the hotel on TripAdvisor and the very positive description of the hotel in the Lonely Planet Switzerland guidebook were the main reasons for me selecting this lodging. Making a reservation was a simple and straightforward process. Using the hotel's official website, I selected my preferred room type (Superior - Nomad with Breakfast) and dates of stay. After entering the details of my credit card to secure my reservation, I was immediately e-mailed a reservation voucher, which I eventually printed and brought with me when I departed for Geneva. When I arrived at Geneva Airport, a train from the airport to Gare Cornavin station was free and took about 6 minutes. And when I arrived at the hotel after a short walk from Gare Cornavin station, the check-in process with the receptionist, during which I received my room key card and a card for free public transportation, was fast and efficient. The bedroom of my room (#2703) featured a double bed with four large pillows and sheets and comforter of excellent quality. A nightstand, a work desk with chair, a reading couch with table, a round cushioned chair, an armoire with security safe, and a flat screen television with satellite were also present. In-suite amenities included air conditioning, strong wi-fi, a mini-fridge, and a coffee maker with various coffee and tea supplies. The bathroom featured a walk-in shower with both a rainhead shower head and handheld shower wand, ample hot water, and large and clean towels and washcloths. Amenities in the bathroom included a small selection of toiletries and a hair dryer. European (round-prong) power outlets were located in the bathroom and bedroom. In the mornings, breakfast (included in my rate) was buffet-style and consisted of scrambled eggs, mini-sausages, bacon, various sliced meats and cheeses, various flavors of yogurt, sliced tomatoes and cucumbers, fruit salad, pastries, breads and spreads, dry cereals, juice, tea, and coffee. The breakfast was filling and the service was excellent each morning during my stay. For four consecutive nights at Hotel N'vY, I paid 1,212.40 Swiss francs. Upon completion of my stay, the walk back to Gare Cornavin station from the hotel took just a few minutes, with a subsequent journey by train from the station to Bern costing 51 Swiss francs and taking a little less than two hours. For a future trip to Geneva, I would have no problem selecting Hotel N'vY again for my lodging, and would absolutely recommend this hotel to anyone considering staying in Geneva for business, leisure, or tourism.…
Stayed here last year, amazing hotel, amazing location. Staff so helpful and what an amazing atmosphere!! The hotel was clean, breakfast great and the evening bar brilliant Looking forward to a return stay!
Stayed 3 nights with family of 4. We had a nice family room (connecting room) for a reasonable price. The hotel is about 10 minutes walk from the main station. Restaurant was fine, breakfast and evening meal was also fine. Not a big choice on the menu but it's good enough for a hotel restaurant. Both the reception and restaurant staff were friendly too. Overall I don't have any complaints, the kids enjoyed it and the WIFI worked quite well so that kept the kids happy at least! Rooms were also clean too. We would probably stay here again.
There is no safety in this hotel .. there is no peephole in the doors, unlike other hotels!! There are no chain locks for the doors either, you I look the door twice the cleaner still can enter at any moment .. Where is the privacy in this hotel??
stayed one night in a sute room. the terrace in the room, apparently, was never cleaned, the ashes on the cigarette heaped on the sofa, the sock left by the previous guest in the bathroom - this is such a luxury and cleaning. the receptionist does not know that the suite has a kitchenette. opened a kitchenette for an additional fee, the water in the sink of this kitchenette was only hot, and there was no tableware either.