Construction of the XX century beginning, the Tivoli Inn remained in memory of all the autochtones as typical restaurant of the city Calvin.
“Chez Maman” is located between Junction and Praille. The Acacias is a district shared between the town of Geneva and the commune of Carouge*, located on left bank of Arve.
You will be near the centre town to benefit from the shopping and the connected districts of the city. For the professional travel, you will reside within walking distance of the business district gathering the most important the famous companies of Geneva international one such as Rolex, Firmenich, Pictet or Procter & Gamble.
Obviously, because you can never eat better than the kitchen of your mother. What is there more cordial than to be with her and to eat the food which she has just prepared you? Simple and delicious. “Finished your plate”, “Eats with your fork”… Chez Maman is inspired by this kind of memory of childhood.
We tried to recreate this atmosphere with a menu made up of authentic mets, traditional and tasty.
Here, then….Welcome “Chez Maman”
To come to us the Line 14 brings you directly to us via the Cornavin Train Station but also by the centre town of Geneva or then the Balexert shopping centre.
Line 11 will take you along to Nation* or the marvellous botanical garden. (The District of the Nations is located at the northern periphery of the town of Geneva, It owes its name with the Palace of the Nations, sits of the League of Nations of 1937 with its replacement by UNO in 1946.
The seats of many international organizations are gathered in this district and in the vicinity; ICRC, WHO, the ILO, UNHCR, WIPO, ITU in particular; as well as many embassies and delegations.)
The line D will take You along at the stage of Geneva for the most beautiful meetings sporting of the city.
Within walking distance of our hotel, you will find sports complex of Vernets or is held the matches of Servette Hockey Club or the compétions of swimming (46e international Meeting Swann Oberson.)
The authentic neighbourhood of Carouge is also close by with its shaded alleys and 18th century architecture. You can take a stroll there, enjoying the antique dealers, markets, boutiques and nightlife, with numerous restaurants and bars to try.