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You’re in Geneva, a swiss city filled with people so rich that they just must be doing something wrong. You’re not here for shady briefcase hand offs or blackmarket art dealing though. Not this time anyway. This time you’re looking to get in some quality rest and relaxation with a beautiful European model, while taking in the best that Geneva has to offer.
The first place the two of you will go in your quest to just get away from it all in Geneva is the Trilby restaurant. This wonderful dining establishment is located on a slightly elevated mezzanine, attached to the Royal Hotel. The menu at the Trilby is one for those of you with carnivorous appetites, and is based upon supreme cuts of beef. The Simental Black Angus and Wagyu, as well as the Kobe beef style steaks are sure to impress.
The Royal Hotel is also a great option for any of you who aren’t sure where you and your lovely travel companion would like to stay while visiting Geneva. The luxurious hotel provides Junior Suites, specialty suites, and even fully serviced apartments. The majority of these accommodations have a fully furnished terrace and kitchen, a WiFi connection, a state of the art interactive television, a Hi Fi stereo sound system, and also a Nespresso coffee machine.
The nightlife scene will be pleasing to anyone, and it is recommended that you enjoy the nice variety that Geneva has to offer.
Velvet is a popular cabaret style bar which would be seen as way too risqué to ever be a mainstream way to spend your evening in other parts of the world. Near midnight, this hot spot goes topless, and the crowd is always a surprisingly good mix of entertained, and thrill seeking males and females. Organized activity such as a parade of topless beauties, strutting together in unison, are led by an MC each night. This is the sort of place that favors the bold, so soak up a little liquid courage if you’re shy, to insure you have the best night possible.
Le Dancing de la Coupole is an unexpected good time and popular nightlife destination in Geneva. La Coupole is actually a quaint, and charming brasserie, which has Le Dancing de la Coupole is added on as a discotheque. The tunes you’ll hear blaring over the speakers will be pure, retro, 60’s disco music, and the crowd is said to be friendly, and lacking in pretension, all just looking to enjoy themselves.
Club 58 is a bit formal, and all male guests are required to wear a jacket. This club is a private dance club, and lives up to the element of exclusivity and privilege that surrounds it. There is a restaurant located inside of the club, and locals as well as tourist often come here looking to dance the night away. The lively ambiance is a welcome surprise after all of the effort required to get in, and the disco music as well as the occasional live DJ acts are outstanding.
Griffin’s Club is a chic, and private dining club in Geneva. Officially, members and men in jackets who are guests of members are the only people allowed inside of Griffin’s Club club, but if you are well dressed between Monday and Thursday, you stand a much better chance of being granted entry. A devastatingly beautiful European model on your arm probably won’t hurt your chances either. A visually striking red and black colour scheme, lush vegetation, and noteworthy paintings on the wall all add to the festive atmosphere.
L’interdit is a trendy, Geneva dance club with a massive and elaborate dancefloor. The clientele is hip, and non too mellow, and natives come here in hoards to enjoy the restaurant menu which serves Italian, French, and Portuguese cuisine, as well as to dance and have a nice drink. This is a prime destination for kicking back after a long, busy day.
Le Francis Bar is the place to go to experience a bit of classical luxury. The sound of piano music fills your ears, and a diverse crowd is drawn into this swanky lounge each night. The ambiance is fashionable, you’ll want to dress to impress, and get here a little after 10pm to enjoy the live music.
Lastly is Mr. Pickwick Pub. This is a prime destination for homesick Brits, and the United Nations crowd. Guinness on draft, rugby on the tellie, and satisfying English meals await you at this pub, which offers British culinary staples like fish and chips, and is a completely friendly environment for anyone who may happen to waltz on in.
The Mövenpick hotel and casino is a great bonus destination while in Geneva. This luxury hotel is so committed to offering the best that it even features cruise packages down the Nile river. The people in the business of luxury entertainment in Geneva mean just that, business.