Time Out says
Upmarket boutique hotel on Geneva's poshest lakeside stretch.
There are numerous luxury hotels strung along Geneva’s mega posh Rive Droite, each proffering five-star service, idiosyncratically decorated rooms and superlative views of Lake Geneva. However, a stay at the Hotel d’Angleterre is certainly an individual experience, if you can afford to have it. Built in 1872, its listed façade hides a hotel that, through recent renovation, now combines traditional luxury with contemporary flair. The décor is almost exhausting in its detail. Each room is designed differently and yours could feature original artworks, marbled floors, elaborate chandeliers and heavily patterned wallpaper – be sure to request a room style you favour when booking. As you’d expect, food is top notch in quality and eye-watering in price (starters from CHF30), regally served in the lakefront Windows restaurant. Guests and interlopers alike may prefer the parlour-style Leopard Bar (the décor is true to the name) for cocktails, posh nibbles and live music.