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Time Waits For No One in Geneva

4‐Night Stay for 2, Watchmaking Exploration, Behind the Scenes with Franck Muller, Patek Philippe Museum, Chocolatier Discovery


This Experience for 2 Includes:

  • 4-nights in a Deluxe Room at Tiffany Hotel
  • Daily breakfast
  • Private watchmaking exploration of Geneva
  • Look behind the scenes of artisanal watchmaker Franck Muller
  • Self-guided, flexible chocolatier discovery with tastings

Switzerland is world-famous for its luxury watches and delicious chocolate and on your trip to Geneva, you will experience both. With Rolex, Patek Philippe, and others, Geneva is arguably the “watchmaker capital”. Discover the city’s 500-year-old watchmaking history, get a closer look at the luxury watches, and learn more about the manufacturing process during guided tours to artisanal watchmaker Franck Muller or the Patek Philippe Museum. For your sweet tooth, explore Geneva’s chocolateries and enjoy the velvety chocolate in all its varieties.

Tiffany Hotel

A luxury boutique hotel, Hotel Tiffany welcomes you with an Art Nouveau spirit revisited with modernity. Located in a beautiful 19th-century building with timeless charm and in the heart of Geneva’s Artists district. Enjoy a 4-night stay with breakfast each morning in a Deluxe Room where attention to detail makes the rooms of Hotel Tiffany a haven of peace, a recognized reference in the art of living in Geneva. 

Private Watchmaking Exploration

Set off to discover a world of refinement, luxury, and absolute precision! The watch industry has shaped Geneva over the centuries. Witness the search for perfection through successive inventions that have made Geneva the cradle of prestige watchmaking. Follow the footsteps of the great master watchmakers during your tour, which immerses you in the 500 years of history of luxury watchmaking. From the famous Flower Clock to less well-known but equally symbolic sites, you will discover a savoir-faire unique in the world. And of course, your tour offers plentiful window shopping along the famous Rue du Rhône, with its countless boutiques representing the world’s greatest watchmakers.

Franck Muller Watchland

At the end of your watch making tour, get a taxi reach a special artisanal watchmaker just five miles outside Geneva. Get a tour at the Franck Muller Watchland where all the production steps are done in-house and look over the shoulder of the watchmakers. Franck Muller is known as “the world's most complicated watchmaker”. The most complicated watch of them all has 1483 parts. Superstars like Cristiano Ronaldo wear his watches and you can also get your personalized watch made there. Select from a variety of different cases, movements, and other components. You can even match the color of your car to the movement inside your watch so you will end up with a masterpiece that is one of a kind.

Guided Tour of the Patek Philippe Museum

On Saturday afternoons, benefit from the knowledge of a guide to discover 500 years of watchmaking history. The magnificent watchmaking and enamelware collections of Swiss, Genevan, and European origins date from the 16th to the 20th century. This and more await you at the Patek Philippe Museum.

Geneva’s Chocolates

Geneva is known for their traditional chocolate makers, one of them dating back to 1826, preserving the memory of almost two hundred years of original recipes, each one telling a story refined over time. Unlike big Swiss chocolate producers, Geneva’s artisanal chocolatiers do each step of the chocolate-making process, from the selection of raw materials to the finished product themselves, and work in the purest Swiss tradition.

Explore the chocolatiers on your own, flavor-filled journey with a special chocolate pass that grants you access to seven chocolate makers who work in the purest Swiss tradition. At each shop, there is a selection of hand-made Chocolate of the highest quality waiting for you to taste. Enjoy the specialties of each master chocolatier, some of them awarded with multiple prizes, such as Swiss Champion at the Swiss Bakery Trophy or the Grand Prix du Chocolat Artisanal. Once you visit the first chocolatier, a 24-hour time window opens and then it is completely up to you how many of the seven chocolatiers you want to visit.

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Booking & Concierge Services

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Additional Information

Reservations are subject to availability, blackout dates, and major holidays. Reservations must be booked 60 days in advance of travel. Purchases through charity fundraisers are non-refundable.

Blackout Dates

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