The intimate Quentin England is one of a series of adjoining buildings dating from 1884, each of which is built in an architectural style of the country whose name it bears. Rooms are simple and vary greatly in size, but are all cozy and clean. The tiny breakfast room is particularly enchanting, with flower boxes on the windowsills, dark-wood tables, and fin de siècle decorations. Behind the reception desk is a small bar and espresso machine. The hotel offers tremendous character and attention in place of space and facilities.
Aug 21, 2009
sorry, but very disappointed that Fodor's has this recommended; while we requested a "quiet" room - the noise level was unacceptable -- people tromping up and down the nearby stairs all night -- noise from close busy street as well; non-existent amenities, i.e., not even a small bar of soap to wash your hands at basin; seemed to attract a clientele of young rowdy men - found much better accommodation on own;