Each room is unique
It is difficult to choose a room, from the elegantly ornamented former executive office of the British Ambassador, the rooms with canopied beds and 16th century stone walls, and a high ceillinged room with a fireplaces and chandelier in the style of Louis Philippe, right down to the charming single rooms that overlook the inner garden.No doubt, you will find something new to enjoy with each stay at the hotel d'Angleterre.
All 26 of the comfortable rooms allow guests to fully experience the atmosphere of Paris from generation past.
Superior Room (Double or Twin)
Most of the rooms in the hotel fall into this category, and offer many unique features.
For example, Room 7 has a spare bedroom that was once the executive office of the British Ambassador, Room 14 is the room where Hemingway stayed, and in stylish Room 12, the original stone wall is complemented by a canopied bed.
Whichever room you choose, you are sure to be satisfied.
Comfort Room (Double or twin)
Room 38 and 45 are located on the ground floor facing the patio, so you enjoy the pleasures of the garden even from your own room.
Spend quality time in one of our "Comfort" rooms, each of which features a French country style interior.
Single Room (1 person)
There are only four single rooms in the hotel, all of which face the inner garden.
These rooms are ideal for business trips or for guests traveling alone.