Hotel d'Angleterre

Hôtel d'Angleterre - Rooms

Superior Room (Double or Twin)

Most of our rooms belong to this category and offer an impressive size and exceptional features:


- No. 12 boasts a four poster bed and a 16th century stone wall.


- No. 14 was where Ernest Hemingway resided during his first stay in Paris.


- Rooms No. 40 and 42 are particularly spacious and overlook the inner courtyard of the hotel.


All offer an incomparable ambiance that promises great surprises!

Comfort Room (Double or Twin)

The interior decor of our Comfort rooms is as elegant as it is welcoming.


Rooms 38 and 45 are on the ground floor of the hotel and overlook the patio, offering you the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful garden without needing to step outside.


A perfect place to offer a relaxing interlude from the bustling city!

Deluxe Room

Room 47 and its beautiful interior and room 49, bathed in sunlight streaming through large windows, are actually elegant Deluxe Room that offer their occupants a pleasant view of the garden.


The elegant room No. 5 has hardwood floors and a large bathroom offering the cool luxury of marble. Rooms No. 16 and No. 23, which face the street and have a bedroom, lounge and marble bathroom, are also highly esteemed by our guests.

St-Germain Suite

Located on the 3rd and topmost floor (no elevator), the Saint-Germain Suite is located in a large loft of 70 square metres that has lost none of its delightful period charm.


 The bedroom and living room of this exceptional accommodation have retained their marvellous Louis XV fireplace and beamed ceilings.

Ambassador Suite

Located on the 1st floor on rue Jacob, the Ambassador's Suite benefits from beautiful sunshine and a very high ceiling typical of the "bel étage" (the beautiful floor).

Wonderfully decorated with purple fabrics, suite n ° 7, a very spacious apartment with its office steeped in history, will remind you of the preparation in this place of the Treaty of Paris of 1783 recognizing the independence of the first thirteen states of America.

Single Room

There are only four single rooms at the hotel, which all overlook the garden. These rooms are ideal for business trips or for those traveling alone.

A variety of rooms for a unique holiday


Enjoy the exquisite charm of a room overlooking our garden and graced with the elegant decor of a former ambassadorial office. Each of our 26 rooms and suites is characterised by an advantageously spacious area and a truly unique style.


One has features such as a dressed stone wall and a beautiful canopy bed, several others are distinguished by their high ceilings, Louis Philippe lustre and open fireplaces.


Whichever you choose, your room at the Hotel d'Angleterre will offer an irresistible plunge into the Paris of the past.