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Hotel Like Jagger: Hotel d’Angleterre Geneva

A gem in Geneva.

04 . 06 . 23




Hotel d’Angleterre in Geneva, Switzerland is a true gem where British hospitality meets Swiss refinement.

The hotel has been welcoming royalty and celebrities since it first opened in 1872 and offers up some of the best views of the Jet d’Eau and snow-capped Mont Blanc in Geneva. It’s a hotel that also acts as a portal that will transport you back in time. Your luxurious expirence starts immediately as you are greeted by Liveried doormen even before entering the lobby protected by a pair of sphinxes.


The hotel has welcomed everyone from Michael Jackson and  Céline Dion to King Charles and Gorbachev. The property is the ideal blend of discreet sophistication with passionate service. Fuests can enjoy it all at this unique property. Each of the hotel’s 39 guest rooms and six suites is individually designed, with eclectic little touches, antiques and original artworks.

Built in 1872, the hotel is a true city landmark, with an impressive facade designed by celebrated architect Anthony Krafft. Not only is Hotel d’Angleterre famous for its refined style and generous service, but their pedigree means that they are also proud to have some of the longest-serving members of staff of any hotel; one member of their concierge team has been with them for 42 years.

From the theatrical Crêpes Suzette prepared at your table, to delectable truffle pasta, healthy breakfasts and delicious high teas, Windows restaurant is renowned for service and spectacular views over the lake. After finner head to the very sexy Leopard Bar. Led by Fabio Dotolo, The Leopard Bar is renowned for its selection of impressive beverages, from the prestigious wine list, to creative cocktails and an extensive whiskey menu - featuring over 50 pure malt and blended options. Dance the night away while live music is played.

Head to Dangleterrehotel.com now to book your stay.


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