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Hello, New poster here, so apologies if I get the etiquette wrong. My employer is sending me to Geneva for three months and wants to put me up in a hotel in the middle of the red light district next to a strip club. How safe is the area generally? As a single young woman, am I likely to get hassled? Hi, welcome to the Forum, I wouldn't stay there if I were a woman, there are loads of rough types hanging around the streets and it is not a nice area. Good luck! The following 2 users would like to thank MidfieldGeneral for this useful post: Nil , Nixi.
First, maybe indicate what hotel or where exactly in Paquis? Also, search the EF, and have a look at this thread, most has been well discussed here already. This user would like to thank runningdeer for this useful post: adrianlondon. I wouldn't like to stay there either.. I walk through the area on way to the station quite often, usually between 7pm -- 11pm. It's just not nice. Nothing bad has happened to me, i never felt directly threatened but it's just not a very pleasant area.
I certainly wouldn't like my daughter staying there. Thanks for pointing this thread out - very useful! No company should be putting any female or male up anywhere near the Geneva red light district whichever road the hotel is on. There are hundreds of hotels in Geneva. I don't mean to stir things up but this is a poor show by your employers.
The following 2 users would like to thank fatmanfilms for this useful post: MidfieldGeneral , st2lemans. Within Geneva, Paquis is probably the least desirable place to live, what with noise pollution and shady characters.
That being said, Geneva is a relatively crime-free zone when compared to almost all other major international cities. It's highly unlikely that you'll ever feel directly threatened. Mind you - crime can happen anywhere, even in your quaint little Swiss village. Keep your wits about you and I can virtually guarantee you'll be fine.