The Hôtel d’Angleterre has long been a
privileged spot in the heart of the French capital city, with dinstinguished
guests such as Ernest Hemingway back in 1921.
A recognized historical building, this 18th
century British Embassy boasts a stylish and listed staircase as well as a
charming flowery patio in which breakfast can be served on sunny days.
Most bedrooms are spacious, each decorated in
a unique manner and enriched with period furniture. Most of them overlook the
patio, a genuine peaceful haven within a much animated area.