This award-winning bar, located in the lavish D’Angleterre Hotel, has become something of a Geneva institution. With a unique converted library feel, it’s an opulent yet laid-back place that’s exclusive yet inviting, draped in gold, rosewood and, of course, leopard prints. A live jazz band croons most evenings and the convivial staff will happily guide you through the drink selections, which include around 50 whiskies and 30 cocktails. There’s also the rare Bas Armagnac from 1848 – but at CHF870 a glass, you’d be wise to drink it very slowly.
|Venue name:||The Leopard Room|
Quai du Mont-Blanc 17
|Opening hours:||Daily 5.30pm-2am|