Don’t be surprised if you find inspiration at the Hôtel Angleterre, located on the pristine shores of Lake Geneva. After all, Lord Byron was known to pen his works here. The compound’s 4 sophisticated villas, which date back to the 18th and 19th centuries, have been modernized without losing any of their natural charm. Marble floors lead to glass-covered pavilions, while parasol-covered armchairs beckon from terraces. With lodging this refined, it could bring out the poet in anyone.
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