A room at the Hotel d'Angleterre, Paris

A Breton-style inn in the Saint-Germain district of Paris

A suite at the Hotel d'Angleterre, Paris
A room in the Hôtel d'Angleterre, Paris
A room in the Hôtel d'Angleterre, Paris
The high beamed ceilings of this 18th century Breton-style inn offer a slice of U.S. history—when this was the British Embassy in 1783, the English finally signed the papers here recognizing American independence.

Some rooms have exposed stone walls and four-poster canopy beds, and all boast period furnishings, carved wood closet doors, and silk wall hangings.

Splurge on a deluxe suite with double marble sinks and a more regal decor (the "apartments," with two bedrooms, are really meant more for families).

The homey common lounge has a piano, there's room service until 8pm, and a small lush courtyard where you can breakfast in summer.

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