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Readers Recommend: A wonderful stay at the Hotel d'Angleterre in Paris

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We flew into Paris for a few days before the start of our trip and stayed at the Hotel d'Angleterre in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés area. This 26-room boutique hotel, which once housed the British Embassy, was fantastic. It's in an ideal location, but quiet with a private courtyard.

Hotel d'Angleterre, 44 Rue Jacob, Paris; 011-33-1-42-60-34-72, http://www.hotel-dangleterre.com. Doubles from $331.

Ed Holt

Thousand Oaks

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