Geneva's Hotel d'Angleterre receives makeover

The Red Carnation Hotel Collection announced that Geneva’s luxurious boutique Hotel d'Angleterre underwent renovations. All of the property’s rooms have been redecorated by the founder and president of The Red Carnation Hotel Collection, Beatrice Tollman, her daughter Antoinette Tollman and lead designer Brian Brennan. Fourteen of the property's rooms have been completed.

All the rooms are uniquely designed, and the upgrades include updated marble bathrooms; silks and velvets coordinating with handcrafted furniture and antique chandeliers; and individually designed Stark carpet and James Hare silk wall coverings.

The new décor includes the addition of a selection of original art, including the works of Georges Braque, Salvador Dali, Fernand Léger, Sem (Georges Goursat), Marc Chagall, Raoul Ubac and André Marchand.

 

The renovations for 15 additional rooms will be completed in May, and the 12 remaining rooms will be completed in August 2013.

Dating back to 1872, Hotel d’Angleterre overlooks Lake Geneva, and provides views of the Jet d’Eau, Mont Blanc and surrounding mountains. The same views serve as backdrop to dining in the Windows Restaurant. Other dining venues include the Leopard Room Bar and Lounge.

Hotel d’Angleterre, which has 39 rooms and six suites all individually designed, is part of The Red Carnation Hotel Collection, which is a collection of five- and four-star family-run boutique hotels in London, Dorset, Guernsey, Geneva, Palm Beach and South Africa.

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