Hôtel Lutétia

Paris, France


25 avis


Vue de la rue

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A luxury hotel in the 6th district, the Lutetia embodies the best of Parisian high style, in a contemporary version of Art Déco and Belle Époque architecture. Elegant and timeless, the largest hotel on the Left Bank in Paris is the supreme symbol of fine living French style, in luxury and refinement.


Fondé en 1910.

Built in 1910 under the direction of two of the greatest architects of the day, Hotel Lutetia was the first Art Deco hotel in Paris. The façade, which set the tone and reflected the prestigious standing of the property, was entrusted to the sculptor, Leon Binet.

Situated in the literary and artistic centre of Paris, several painters and writers have stayed or made their home at the luxury hotel including Matisse, Andre Gide, Antoine de Saint-​Exupéry and Picasso. The adventurer, Alexandra David Neel stayed here after her expedition to the Far East, as did the celebrated dancer, Josephine Baker and General de Gaulle spent his honeymoon here.