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Hôtel Angleterre & Résidence

The complex and view

At a Glance

    Pros

  • hip urban feel steeped in history
  • part of energetic lakefront scene

    Cons

  • alley entrance to garage and reception difficult to find
  • hard to snag a table on the patio for lunch or a sunset cocktail

Hôtel Angleterre & Résidence Review

Within four graceful 18th- and 19th-century villas and a historic hotel near the waterfront, this small complex has been modernized without ruffling its gentility or disturbing its graceful stone arches, marble floors, or discreet gardens. The hotel, where Lord Byron penned The Prisoner of Chillon, anchors the compound. A private courtyard with glass pavilion receives guests and dispenses them to quarters furnished in styles ranging from contemporary historical to garden-party floral. A meal taken on the terrace of L'Accademia, the quay-facing Italian bistro, provides a glimpse of the lakefront lifestyle. It's the best of both worlds: small-hotel attentiveness plus access to the facilities of the grand Beau-Rivage Palace next door.

    Hotel Details

  • 63 rooms, 12 suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 10-09-2012

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