We stayed for four nights at the Hotel Jade which is situated down a side street a couple of tram stops from the main station in Geneva. The hotel public areas are small but everything is clean and well looked after. Our room was spotless with all the basics needed for a short stay including tea and coffee making facilities which is rare in Europe. There's a bit of road noise early on weekdays but it's not too intrusive. The location is good especially with the free travel pass given to all tourists who stay in hotels in Geneva. This is a real advantage as we used trams and water taxis to get over to the city and old town. There are other hotels and restaurants around but shops don't stay open late. Trams are frequent and efficient from the top of the road. The walk around the lake is lovely but takes twenty to thirty minutes to get to the main city area.
We had breakfast which was plentiful but pricey. We'd stay again as it's good value in an expensive city. It would also suit those who don't want to stay in large hotels and don't need lots of facilities.