Built in 1872 on the right bank of Lake Geneva, Hotel d’Angleterre is just one of many great iconic hotels constructed by Anthony Krafft.  It has 45 rooms - 39 luxury guest rooms and six elegant suites filled with antiques and art. Find marble and onyx bathrooms, raw silk curtains and rich, fabric-lined walls and fine art lithographs by Miró, Calder and Picasso. The average room size is 37 square metres, each is decorated to a Baroque or African theme and features Savoir beds. The bathrooms have luxury amenities and the rooms are turned down each night with staff leaving handmade chocolates, mineral water and fresh fruit for guests. The Angleterre’s Presidential Suite was a favourite of both Michael Jackson and Mikhail Gorbachev and features splendid lake views.

Indulge in fine dining at Windows Restaurant helmed by Alexandre Cardiga. Meanwhile, the Leopard Bar is a wild place to hang out with animal print covering the ceilings and floor, find wingback armchairs and vintage Louis Vuitton trunks for tables. The hotel does not have a spa but is surrounded by natural beauty to restore your mind, body and soul.

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