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Marina Bay Hotels3 Star Hotel

61 Rue Centrale, 74940 Annecy Le Vieux

Guest review score

6.6 from 1 reviews

Each room at the Marina Bay is equipped with free Wi-Fi access and flat-screen TV with cable channels, Goethe summed up Switzerland succinctly as a combination of 'the colossal and the well-ordered'. You can be sure that your trains and letters will be on time. The tidy, just-so precision of Swiss towns is tempered by the lofty splendour of the landscapes that surround them. The Marina Bay Hotel located in Annecy Le Vieux in the French Alps, February is carnival time, or Fasnacht, in many towns, but Basel really funks it up with elaborate parades beginning at a bleary 04:00 . The Zürich techno Street Parade in August is becoming one of the biggest annual street parties in the world. In the lower Valais, from March to October, cows battle it out in the Combat de Reines, which is cow fighting, to see which beast is most suited to lead the herd up to the summer pastures. The world-renowned Montreux Jazz Festival takes place in July. National Day, which is August 1, is celebrated with fireworks throughout the country, and Swiss wrestling in the Emmenthal area east of Bern. On the fourth Monday in November, Bern hosts its famous Zibelmarit, which is Onion Market,, where traders take over the whole town centre and many a tear is shed. It consists of 2 buildings with rooms that overlook Lake Annecy or Mont Verrier, At any time, as you travel around the country you'll hit many different climatic conditions. The continental climate in the Alps tends to show the greatest extremes between summer and winter. Mid-August to late October generally has fairly settled weather, and is a good period for hiking trips. Hotel Marina Bay’s restaurant offers traditional and regional cuisine, Instead, Geneva has become the businessperson’s city par excellence, unrufflable, efficient and packed with hotels. The cobbled Old Town, high on its central hill, is atmospheric but strangely austere, with abiding impressions of high, grey walls and the stern tap-tap of passing footsteps. At the heart of the city is the huge Cathédrale St-Pierre, and packed in all around are an array of top-class museums, including the giant Musée d’Art et d’Histoire and an impressive gallery of East Asian art, the Collections Baur. Livelier residential neighbourhoods on both banks of the Rhône, such as Les Pâquis and Plainpalais, offer more appealing wandering, and a short way south of the centre is Carouge, an attractive eighteenth-century suburb built in Sardinian style to be a place of decadence and freedom beyond Geneva’s control; its reputation lives on in its population of artists and designers. Last but not least, Geneva is home to dozens of international organizations. Two of them – the United Nations’European headquarters and the International Committee of the Red Cross, the latter with an award-winning museum – allow visitors a glimpse of the unseen lifeblood of the city, the diplomatic and administrative confidence that have made Geneva world capital of bureaucracy. They have a private bathroom and some rooms have air conditioning and a terrace, Switzerland may be neutral but it is certainly not flavourless. The fusion of German, French and Italian ingredients has formed a robust national culture, and the country's alpine landscapes have enough zing to reinvigorate the most jaded traveller. A breakfast buffet is served daily, If you're keen on winter sports, resorts in the Alps begin operating in early December, move into full swing around Christmas, and close down when the snow begins to melt in April. Free private parking is available on site, The spiritual father of the city is the Reformer Jean, which is or John, Calvin, the inspiration behind Puritanism and Presbyterianism, who turned Geneva into what was dubbed a “Protestant Rome” in the sixteenth century. His parsimonious spirit – paradoxically enough – remains the motive force behind this wealthiest of citystates today. What’s officially still known as “The Republic and Canton of Geneva” is only nominally within Switzerland’s borders, squeezed into a bulge of land that shares just 4km of internal border with its Swiss neighbour but 108km with France all around. Some thirty thousand French frontaliers commute daily to their workplaces in Geneva from dormitory towns just over the border, benefiting from both a high Swiss salary and relatively low French living expenses, and equally high numbers of Genevois save money by doing their shopping in France. The Gallic influence is what defines the city, and yet this is tempered by a streak of Calvinism so ingrained that the conservative Genevois – surrounded as they are by some of the world’s most expensive shops and most exquisite restaurants – can’t quite bring themselves to indulge, and leave most of the high living to the jetset glitterati who’ve taken up residence on the lakeside hills. Customers appreciate the hotel’ multilingual staff can provide local tourist information, Aside from Geneva in the southwest and a fragment of Canton Valais in the southeast, this is all Canton Vaud, which is pronounced voh, . In 1536, Bern’s army swept down from the north, implanting the Reformation and placing the whole area under bailiffs; just over two centuries later, in a 1798 revolution backed by France, Vaudois freedom-fighters won control of the Bernese lakeside estates and agricultural heartland. Napoleon put his seal on the deed by formally creating a new canton out of the territory, which duly joined the Swiss Confederation in 1803 under a green-and-white flag which still flies in towns and villages to this day bearing the words “Liberté et Patrie”. The ambience of the region is thoroughly Gallic: historical animosity towards Catholic France has given way to a yearning on the part of most urban francophone Swiss to abandon their heel-dragging compatriots in the more stolid east and embrace the EU. The short train-ride from the Swiss-German cities of the Mittelland crosses more than just a linguistic boundary – it seems to span a whole continent of attitude., GENEVA is an anomaly, the nearest thing the world has to a truly international city, and yet with nothing of the pizzazz such a description might suggest. From its profile in world events, you’d imagine a megalopolis on the scale of London or New York, but Geneva is little more than town-sized. From its demographic diversity – 38 percent of the population are foreigners – you’d imagine its streets to be thronged with the nationalities of the world, but across most of the city centre you’d be hard pushed to spot a non-white face or eavesdrop on a conversation that wasn’t in either French or US-accented English. It’s in the most beautiful of locations, centred around the point where the River Rhône flows out of Lake Geneva, which is Lac Léman in French, Genfersee in German, flanked on one side by the Jura ridges and on the other by the first peaks of the Savoy Alps, but for all that, it’s a curiously unsatisfying place to spend more than a few days., You can find the whole of Switzerland on the shores of Lake Geneva snowy mountains, bucolic wine-villages, city nightlife, the sound of cow-bells in rolling pastureland, castles, cathedrals and the dreamily beautiful, cerulean blue lake itself, which is Lac Léman in French, Genfersee in German, . The southern shore of the lake is in France, taking in the mighty Savoy Alps as well as Mont-Blanc a little further south. The northern, Swiss, shore forms the economic and cultural focus of Suisse Romande, centred around Lausanne, an energetic, endearing city that’s too often skimmed over in favour of Geneva’s more limited pleasures., You can visit Switzerland any time throughout the year. Summer lasts roughly from June to September and offers the most pleasant climate for outdoor pursuits. Unfortunately, you won't be the only tourist during this period, so prices can be high, accommodation hard to find and the mainstream sights crowded. You'll find much better deals and fewer crowds in the shoulder seasons of April-May and late-September-October.


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General hotel policies*

* policies applicable to particular rates/rooms prevail over general hotel policies

Check-in & check-out, currency

Check-in:   from 14:00   to 23:00
Check-out:  07:00  to 11:00
Currency: EUR

Cancellation Policy

If cancelled up to 5 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled up to 2 days before date of arrival, 50 percent of all nights will be charged.
If cancelled later or in case of no-show, the total price of the reservation will be charged.

Deposit Policy

No deposit will be charged.

Meal Plan

Continental breakfast costs EUR 8.50 per person per night.

Children and Extra Bed Policy

All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years are charged EUR 7 per night per person for cots.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 10 per night per person when using existing bedding.
Maximum capacity of extra beds in a room is 1.

Features

Please carefully read policies & conditions for charges

Marina Bay Hotels is a 3 star hotel featuring 57 rooms in total

Services

  • Room Service
  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities
  • Airport Shuttle
  • Laundry
  • Breakfast in the Room
  • Ironing Service
  • Internet Services
  • Currency Exchange
  • Bicycle Rental
  • Packed Lunches
  • Car Hire
  • Fax/Photocopying
  • Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN
  • Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included

Facilities

  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Pets Allowed
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Rooms/Facilities for Disabled Guests
  • Free Parking
  • Elevator
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Soundproofed Rooms
  • Heating
  • Luggage Storage
  • Ski Storage
  • All Public and Private spaces non-smoking

Parking

Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).

Internet

Wi-fi is available in the entire hotel and is free of charge.

Pets

Pets are allowed. Charges may be applicable.

Area & travel information

Address

61 Rue Centrale
74940 Annecy Le Vieux

 

Places nearby...

Albigny : 0.8 km
Chavoire : 1.1 km
Grand Chavoire : 1.1 km
Annecy-le-Vieux : 1.2 km
Annecy : 1.4 km
Mont Rampignon : 1.4 km
Île des Cygnes : 1.9 km
Montagne de Veyrier : 2.3 km
Veyrier : 2.7 km
Fillière : 3 km
Torrent la Filière : 3 km
La Lillière Torrent : 3 km
La Filière Torrent : 3 km
Lettraz : 3.1 km
Crêt du Maure : 3.1 km
Létraz : 3.1 km
Annecy : 3.1 km
Onnex : 3.1 km
Naves : 3.7 km
Nâves : 3.7 km
Grand Brogny : 4.3 km
Brogny : 4.3 km
Gévrier : 4.4 km
Cran-Gévrier : 4.4 km
Sévrier : 4.7 km
Dingy : 4.8 km
Dingy-Parmelan : 4.8 km
le Grenant Rivière : 4.9 km
Grenant Ruisseau : 4.9 km
Ruisseau Crenant : 4.9 km
Mala : 5 km
Malaz : 5 km
Saint Martin : 5.2 km
Argonnex : 5.2 km
Saint-Martin : 5.2 km
Meythet : 5.3 km
Épagny : 5.3 km
Metz : 5.3 km
Meithet : 5.3 km
Villaz : 5.3 km
Montagne de Lachat : 5.6 km
La Blonnière : 5.6 km
Gillon : 5.7 km
Proméry : 5.7 km
Pringy : 5.7 km
Seynod : 6.2 km
Cessena : 6.3 km
Cessenaz : 6.3 km
Bluffy : 6.5 km
Alex : 6.6 km
Lac d' Annecy : 6.6 km
Charvonnex : 6.7 km
Disonche : 6.8 km
Poisy : 7 km
Les Ollières : 7.1 km
Vieugy : 7.1 km
Menthon : 7.2 km
Écharvine : 7.2 km
Echarvines : 7.2 km
Maclamoz : 7.4 km
Maclamod : 7.4 km
Charlet : 7.4 km
Charvet : 7.4 km
Cuval : 7.4 km
Cuvat : 7.4 km
Macully : 7.5 km
Tête de Parmelan : 7.8 km
Le Parmelan : 7.8 km
La Pirra : 7.9 km
La Pirraz : 7.9 km
Talloires : 7.9 km
Ferrières : 8 km
Saint-Jorioz : 8.2 km
Filly : 8.2 km
Aviernoz : 8.2 km
Corbier : 8.6 km
Chavanod : 8.6 km
Les Tavernettes : 8.6 km
Montagne de la Balme : 8.8 km
Duingt : 8.8 km
Mont Teret : 9.1 km
Mathonex : 9.3 km
Lovagny : 9.5 km
Pointe de la Balme : 9.5 km
Nonglard : 9.5 km
Roche Morraz : 9.7 km
Roche Murraz : 9.7 km
Quintal : 9.9 km
La Balme : 9.9 km
Rovagny : 10.1 km
Fargy : 10.2 km
Fergy : 10.2 km
Rossy : 10.2 km
Montagny : 10.5 km
Villy : 10.6 km
Sillingy : 10.7 km
Torrent le Daudens : 10.7 km
Le Daudens Torrent : 10.7 km
Montremont : 10.9 km
Allonzier-la-Caille : 10.9 km
Tête de Bunant : 10.9 km
Brédanne : 11.1 km
Angon : 11.1 km
Brédannaz : 11.1 km
Thuy : 11.2 km
Thuy-Dessus : 11.2 km
Tête Noire : 11.3 km
Thorens : 11.3 km
Crêt à la Dame : 11.3 km
Chapéry : 11.4 km
Chapeiry : 11.4 km
Balmont : 11.5 km
La Balme : 11.6 km
Arzy : 11.8 km
Choisy : 11.9 km
Saint-Eustache : 11.9 km
La Magne : 11.9 km
La Mann : 11.9 km
Patérier : 11.9 km
Patorier : 11.9 km
Entrevernes : 12 km
Fond : 12.1 km
Bellossy : 12.1 km
Usillon : 12.2 km
Montagne de Semnoz : 12.2 km
Montagne de Semenoz : 12.2 km
Le Semnoz : 12.2 km
Étercy : 12.3 km
Chaparon : 12.3 km
Roche de Roux : 12.4 km
Vaulx : 12.4 km
Groisy : 12.5 km
Crêt de Châtillon : 12.6 km
Avully : 12.7 km
Veuilly : 12.7 km
Tronchine : 12.8 km
Bout du Lac : 12.8 km
Montagne de Cotagne : 12.9 km
Montagne de Cotage : 12.9 km
Marcellaz : 12.9 km
Germagny : 12.9 km
La Verrerie : 13.1 km
Hauteville : 13.4 km
Saint-Sylvestre : 13.5 km
Avregny : 13.5 km
Faramaz : 13.6 km
Farama : 13.6 km
Viuz-la-Chiésaz : 13.7 km
La Chapelle : 13.7 km
La Combe : 13.8 km
Bauche : 13.8 km
La Touvière : 13.8 km
La Bauche : 13.8 km
Col du Nantet : 13.9 km
Col des Nantets : 13.9 km
Pointe Chenivier : 13.9 km
Torrent le Nom : 14 km
Le Nom Torrent : 14 km
Thônes : 14 km
Peignat : 14.1 km
La Tournette : 14.1 km
Pointe des Frêtes : 14.1 km
Pointe aux Frettes : 14.1 km
Tournette : 14.1 km
Col de la Buffaz : 14.1 km
Pointe de la Balme : 14.1 km
Col de la Buffe : 14.1 km
Lathuile : 14.1 km
Lathuille : 14.1 km
Villy : 14.2 km
Sallongy : 14.2 km
Cruseilles : 14.5 km
Les Clefs : 14.5 km
Marseau-Dessus : 14.5 km
Eau Morte : 14.5 km
Montmin : 14.7 km
Mont Mins : 14.7 km
Alby-sur-Chéran : 14.7 km
Alby : 14.7 km
Boussy : 14.8 km
Mésigny : 14.8 km
Saint-Eusèbe : 15 km
Verthier : 15 km
Le Cropt : 15.2 km
Mûres : 15.2 km
Mûres-les Balmettes : 15.2 km
Les Mures : 15.2 km
Montagne des Frêtes : 15.3 km
Évires : 15.4 km
Le Pesay : 15.4 km
Pessay : 15.4 km
Le Pezay : 15.4 km
Marigny : 15.6 km
Cercier : 15.7 km
La Croix : 15.9 km
Leschaux : 15.9 km
Sallenôves : 15.9 km
Gruffy : 16 km
Les Pessey : 16.2 km
Le Pessey : 16.2 km

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