Lutetia was the Latin name of Paris during the Roman Empire. And even though the Lutetia is not as old as its name might suggest, the hotel, opened in 1910, closed its doors in 2014 for four years for an extensive renovation,
This did not harm the reputation of the grand luxury hotel in art-déco style. The traditional hotel still radiates the matchless magic of a grand hotel – now paired with contemporary comfort and luxury.
Especially the famous Salon Saint Germain and the stunning Bar Josephine still exude an inimitable Belle Époque Charme: the bar via its carefully restored roof Fresko, the salon via its artistically updated historic glass roof. Heightened lifestyle guaranteed!
Le Bon Marché is right next door. The legendary department store is more than worth a visit, especially its overwhelming gourmet department.
Originalbau: Louis-Hippolyte Boileau, Henri Tauzin; Umbau: Wilmotte & Associés
Wilmotte & Associés
Porro, Flexform, Poliform