Your summer break at the Hotel d'Angleterre
Paris will always be Paris and, despite the difficult weeks we have just endured, the entire team at the Hotel d'Angleterre is committed to ensuring you have an exciting and relaxing Parisian summer break. Museums, tours, and gastronomic discoveries await just a few steps from your hotel!
An exceptional location for your summer break
Your Hotel d'Angleterre is situated in the heart of the Latin Quarter, between the Boulevard Saint-Germain, famous for its cafes and bookstores where Parisian intellectuals meet, and the banks of the Seine. There’s no need to take public transport to discover some of the most iconic attractions in Paris, including the Pantheon, Sorbonne, Sainte-Chapelle and Notre-Dame Cathedral, as all are within easy walking distance. When it comes to shopping, many ready-to-wear boutiques, antique dealers and bookstores enliven the streets of the district, adding to the invigorating atmosphere of a Parisian summer.
Entertainment during your summer break
Great news! The capital’s museums are reopening! Gradually, throughout June, these will once again begin welcoming the public, albeit in full compliance with the current health rules. On foot, from your Hotel d'Angleterre, you’ll be able to visit the Musée Maillol from June 10th, the Musée d'Orsay from the 23rd and the Musée de Cluny from the end of the month. Following a museum visit, summer’s warm sunshine will tempt you to experience Parisian gastronomy on the terraces of the cafés or restaurants that are so numerous in the district. Or you might prefer to enjoy some takeaway treats in one of the nearby parks such as the Jardins du Luxembourg or the Tuileries, or on the banks of the Seine...
After this challenging spring, we at the Hotel d'Angleterre are doing everything possible to guarantee you a restful and entertaining summer break rich in shared good times, discoveries and relaxation. Contact us and make your reservation today!
Hotel d'Angleterre, a charming hotel at the heart of Saint Germain des Prés