Bradshaw's Illustrated Travellers' Hand-Book to France
Cengage Gale, 1855 - 420 Seiten
Bradshaw's Illustrated Travellers' Hand-Book to France, Adapted to All the Railway Routes: With a Short Itinerary of Corsica, and an Introductory Guide to Paris: With Maps, Town Plans, and Illustrations
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Seite 20 - HUNDRED BED-ROOMS, AND TWENTY SALOONS, in every Variety ; Large and small Apartments for families, elegantly furnished ; Saloons for Official receptions; Conversational and Reading Rooms; Coffee and Smoking Divan; Baths; private Carriages; Omnibuses; Restaurant; Service in the Apartments, a la Carte, or at fixed prices.
Seite 14 - VICTORIA" HOTEL. THIS First-rate Establishment, situated near the great public Promenade, and five minutes from the Central Station for Prague, Vienna, Berlin, Munich, Frankfort, combines comfort with elegance, and has the advantage of possessing a spacious and beautiful Garden. TWO SUPERIOR TABLES D'HOTE DAILY.
Seite 5 - Holland, and also by English Travellers for the comfort and first-rate accommodation It affords, as well as for the invariable civility shown to visitors. Cold and warm baths may be had at any hour— Carriages for hire. Omnibuses at the Station. Table d'HOte at half-past four, or dinner & la carte.
Seite 7 - HOTEL D'ANGLETERRE, 2, Place Ander Bauacademie. SITUATED in the finest and most elegant part of the town, next to the Royal Palaces, Museums, and Theatres. Single Travellers and large Families can be accommodated with entire suites of apartments, consisting of splendid Saloons, Airy Bed Rooms, &c., all furnished and carpeted in the best English style.
Seite 22 - ... invention and plan having been employed in building and laying out the floors, rivalling for attendance, elegance, and comfort, the largest hotels of Paris and London. Besides 150 rooms, at 2, 3, 4, 5 frs. and upwards per day, there are handsome Drawing, Lounging, and Reading Rooms. Baths and Smoking Rooms. Carriages and Omnibuses in the Hotel Interpreters. French and English Newspapers. Table d'Hote and Restaurant. The situation is altogether exceptional, having a view of the celebrated Allies...
Seite 22 - This new and first-rate Hotel is situated full South, with view of the Sea. Families will find it a most desirable residence for its comfort and cleanliness. Boarders taken in by the week, month, or season. " Salon de Conversation," Reading-room, with English and Foreign papers.
Seite 20 - ... hotel at moderate prices. Since the Hotel has been in the hands of new proprietors instead of a company, the reduction they have made in the prices precludes them from paying fees to the cab and coach drivers at the Railway Station.
Seite 22 - Rhine for the accommodation of English families and tourists. Mr. Budingen, the new proprietor, has newly furnished the hotel throughout, and hopes, by unremitting attention, and moderate prices, to merit the patronage of English travellers. Mr.