The hotel is located 10-15 minutes drive from the Geneva airport. It is on the French side but the border crossing is empty (no guards) and is opened 24h per day.
The hotel is an "Apparetment hotel" meaning that there (or should be) utensils for cooking, and there is a little kitchen ("Kitechenite"). In our room there was only one cup, no knives, no spoons. I guess it is OK since most of the guests are there only for one night flying in or out from the airport.
There is a pool and a "hamam" (wet sauna) which we used and were nice.
Traveller from Israel
Located in the heart of Ferney-Voltaire, this spa residence is within 1 mi (2 km) of Ferney-Voltaire Market and Chateau de …More
If you stay here expecting the ritz, then don't be a stooge and spend more money to stay elsewhere!
You pay for what you get, a roof over your head and a nice hot shower! Its cheap, conveniently located next to the airport. The bus stops right out the front and great restaurants are about a 5 min walk away.
There's also a carrefour in the same area if you need supplies or groceries for your stay.
Traveller from Australia
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Ferney-Voltaire Market and Chateau de Voltaire. PalExpo and …More
Room was a bit small, and bed was a fold out sofa, but it did have a kitchen, which was small but clean, and had all the right things, pots pans knives and forks etc.
We didn't use the pool, but it looked nice. Ok for a few nights or if like us you were leaving early from the airport.
Located in the heart of Ferney-Voltaire, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Ferney-Voltaire Market and Chateau de Voltaire …More
Great hotel, very clean and extremely helpful English-speaking staff. However all the towels in the room disappear after 10am so you cannot take a shower or wipe your face or hands after this time. Strange!
Traveller from London
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Chateau de Voltaire and Ferney-Voltaire Market. Meyrin …More
Ferney-Voltaire, on the French-Swiss border, is best known for being the home of the writer and philosopher Voltaire during the last 20 years of his life. Voltaire’s home and grounds can be toured every day except Mondays.