I am a big fan of Japanese food, so when I heard that Guarda Golf was changing their restaurant concept to a Japanese, I could not wait to try it.
To my big surprise, it was conceptualized in partnership with Kakinuma; one of the most famous families in Geneva helding at least 2 Japanese restaurants and with the reputation of being the best! For me, they are the best, I love them. So, I was even more excited to try their cuisine!
They have different Menus already curated, but we decided to go for a-la-carte because I knew the house a little bit and wanted to try some of their specialities! Including their Red tuna and leek with sumiso sauce (TDF!)
MiZUKi by Kakinuma offers fine and authentic Japanese Cuisine. Dishes are prepared in two separate areas, the main kitchen and the sushi bar. In harmony with Japanese culture, it is common to share the dishes between the guests. Freshly prepared, the dishes are brought to the table continuously throughout the meal.
Rooms: They have different types of rooms including their residences that are beautiful apartments with all the services of the hotel. All rooms are beautifully decorated and have either city or golf & mountain views!
Venues: Their Restaurant MiZUKi by Kakinuma is a dream, there is also the lounge, their own Spa, a small gym & golf training area & cinema!
Atmosphere: Very familiar and cozy, since it is not a huge hotel, the staff will immediately recognize you; you will feel at home right away. Perfect for families & couples!
Price: North Room from 480 CHF
LivinGeneva’s Tips : You need to book a table at MiZUKi, it is a must must try!
From Geneva you can either take your car to Sierre and then up the Mountains to Crans-Montana.
By Train, the same, you take the train to Sierre and then change to the Funicular that takes 10 minutes to Montana and then they can pick you up from the hotel. They offer free shuttle service to the whole station during your stay!
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Diana was born and raised in Mexico and considers Geneva her second home. She studied Hospitality at Les Roches School of Hotel Management in Switzerland and loves to share everything regarding food, travel, hotels and special spots. She hold several collaborations including Kempinski Hotels, Dorchester Collection Hotels, Forbes Travel Guide, Caviar House & Prunier and many more.
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