The Tiffany is located in Quartier des Bains, “Geneva’s Soho”, the arts district that was once a watchmaker and industrial neighborhood. The area now experiences the flourishing of art galleries and cozy cafés, especially after the inauguration of many modern and contemporary art museums in the region. It is still very close to Lake Geneva´s promenade and Vieille Ville (Old Town), ideal for people looking to experience the city’s attractions, as well as for those in town on business. Right at the hotel’s entrance, you can appreciate the Art Nouveau style that it proudly keeps, even though we feel the lobby could do with some upgrading. There is an typical English bar (pub) onsite and a brasserie with reputedly good food that attracts a non-guest clientele. The décor is quite lively, in both the common areas and bedrooms, with colorful velvets, carpets and fabrics adding a flair to neutral tones on the walls and linens. The rooms are standard sizes for Europe, which means they verge on the smaller side, so perhaps upgrade to one of the suites if you need more space. A small wellness area is provided for relaxation and we loved the fact that the hotel prepares picnic baskets for your enjoyment near the lake or on one of the many parks.