Comedie is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Geneva, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Geneva's most popular landmarks, such as Maison Tavel (0.4 mi) and Archeological Site at St. Pierre's Cathedral (0.4 mi), Comedie is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a desk, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Comedie features express check-in and check-out, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Comedie, there is paid public parking available nearby.
Travellers looking to enjoy some lobster can head to Brasserie Lipp, Izumi, or Chez Philippe. Otherwise, you may want to check out a steakhouse such as Le Relais de l'Entrecote, Chez Boubier Café de Paris, or Chez Philippe.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular parks, such as Parc Des Bastions, Parc La Grange, and Mon-Repos Park.
Enjoy your stay in Geneva!
I had a booking at Hotel Comedie in Geneva. I booked it the night before my scheduled stay on Aug 14th. The next morning we left from Chamonix France and began traveling to Geneva. I did not have internet access at the time of travel. We finally get to Geneva and after walking around lost for about 45 min with all our luggage, we find the hotel. No one is at the front desk, so tired, hungry, and sweaty I just decide to accept the international charges on my phone and call the number. A woman answers and tells me she will come down in 20 minutes. So, after waiting almost 35 minutes just sitting on the sidewalk she arrives. She tells me she emailed me (which I did not receive and honestly, I think she was lying) to tell me that we couldn't have the room for the advertised CHF 55 and she had cancelled our reservation. She said booking.com must have made a mistake and that the rooms are CHF 155 if we are still interested. I am irate at the way I was treated and the fact that she was allowed to just cancel our booking. It was a great inconvenience and we were not even notified until we arrived. Luckily, Le Prince down the street was able to accommodate us at a reasonable price and treat us with dignity.…
Went here for a business trip and found this hotel for a fair price. But it turned out to be more like a backpackers hotel; poor airco, no restaurant, no bar, even no staff at the front desk. This is a self-service backpacker hotel for a business price. Although Geneva is a very expensive city, this hotel is priced way too high. Beds are very good, bathroom is acceptable. Everything was very clean.
We stayed in Geneva for one night before catching a bus to Chamonix the following day, so didn't much care where we stayed as long as it was clean and comfortable. The Hotel Comedie isn't a cheap hotel by Australian standards but by Swiss standards it seems to be a mid-range hotel. It is well located near the Plainpalais (and the great Saturday flea market) and very convenient to the two tram stops that take you to the bus and central train station. We arrived late and had to buzz the locked front door, but the man on duty greeted us in a friendly manner, gave us a map of the area and two free 24-hour transport passes. Don't expect glamour as the rooms are clean but very basic. I wouldn't want to stay during a heatwave however as there is no air conditioning and if you open the windows you will not be able to sleep for the street noise. We arrived in early June and the room was already warm and stuffy but we did manage to sleep well. The next morning we mentioned the heat in the room to the lady who owned the hotel and she told us that fans were available for any guest who needed one. She said that many of Geneva's old buildings were ill equipped for the increasingly hotter summers the city was experiencing and the cost of retrofitting air conditioning was prohibitively expensive. Breakfast was included in the tariff and was a basic but adequate Continental. …
Friendly owner(Lady at the reception), friendly staff. Great location you can walk to the lake and other major tourist places. The breakfast might not be elaborate but with lot of food joints close by it doesnt really matter. They also give the travel pass so budget travelers might actually like it because it gives you free access to public transportation. Easily accessible location, right across the tram station, close to the airport. Good Wifi, large clean rooms. If you are looking at quite stay opt for the rooms facing away from the street. Though I personally prefer the rooms facing the street. overall a great place to stay, felt right at home.
This hotel has a good location which enables you to explore some of the prominent places in Geneva on foot, which I did to the fullest. Upon checking in, I was greeted by a very courteous and friendly lady at the reception (the Manager) who gave me a quick intro and the do's and don'ts which are relevant to a first time visitor to Geneva (me). The room was quite large (to my expectation) and more of an apartment style, with a separate kitchen. It isn't a very large hotel and has maybe 20 rooms at max, but is run in a family-owned and managed style establishment manner. All the staff are very welcoming and made genuine efforts to make you feel at home and comfortable. Recommended for solo-travelers, whether for business or pleasure, who are looking for a nice, homely and economical (budget) accommodation.…