The hotel

The Woodward

The Woodward is a new hotel on the shores of Lake Geneva, offering panoramic views of Mont Blanc. Originally built in 1901 by French architect François Durel, in a post-Haussmann style, the hotel is located on Quai Wilson and is currently being completely transformed and carefully reimagined by world-renowned architect Pierre-Yves Rochon creating Geneva’s first all-suite hotel.

With restaurants by Michelin-Starred L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon and vegetable driven Le Jardinier by Alain Verzeroli as well as a 1,200 sq metre Spa Guerlain, The Woodward is truly Geneva’s lakeside home of haute living.

Beyond The Woodward’s historic façade, guests will find classic-meets-contemporary interiors with spectacular lake and mountain views.

World-class dining experiences will be provided by L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon and Le Jardinier, both recipients of Michelin stars for their New York outposts.

The 1,200 square metre wellness area will include Le Spa Guerlain at The Woodward, a state-of-the-art gym, a 21-metre indoor swimming pool and an exclusive Wellness Institute.