First opened in 1910, the iconic Hotel Lutetia has finally opened its doors again after 4 years of major refurbishment.
Built by the founders of Le Bon Marche, the famous Parisian department store just a few steps away, Hotel Lutetia has not only been known to play a major role during World War II, it has welcomed guests like Pablo Picasso, Charles DeGaulle, Peggy Guggenheim, to name a few.
Now the iconic landmark has been carefully and beautifully renovated with contemporary details, while preserving the heritage and the spirit of the historic building.
With 184 rooms, Hotel Lutetia offers a variety of room types depending on your needs and tastes; Superior, Deluxe, Junior Suite, One-Bedroom Suite, some offering a balcony with a view of Saint-Germain.
With numerous dining options, it is safe to say that Hotel Lutetia takes gastronomy quite seriously.
Intimate and refined, Le Saint Germain offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner under the historic glass roof.
Al-fresco dining is also available in the new art deco patio.
Peaceful and ethereal, L’Orangerie is a beautiful space for breakfast and brunch on weekends.
A tribute to Joséphine Baker, Bar Josephine is a modern bar combining historical heritage and contemporary aesthetics. In a beautiful jazz-setting, the bar offers scrumptious cuisine ranging from sushi rolls and bao buns to langoustines and caviar. The drinks menu also takes you on a whirlwind tour of the world by offering a variety of drinks from all over the globe.
Last but not least, the famous Brasserie Lutetia will return at the end of the year with the 3 Michelin starred chef Gérald Passedat.
Downstairs at Hotel Lutetia lies a holistic haven. Embodying the Indian philosophy of Akasha, which is based on four elements (air, water, fire, earth), Lutetia provides tranquility in all areas of its Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Center — pool, jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, treatment and fitness rooms.
Thank you Hotel Lutetia for the incredible stay and making my experience truly a memorable one..