Hotel Lutetia, Paris
“Determined to honor Lutetia’s glamour, architect Wilmotte cut the room count down to 184 and enlarged the 47 suites, adding Hermès silk throw pillows, Art Deco-style pieces by Poltrona Frau and Statuario marble in the bathrooms; the bigger rooms have balconies with views of the Eiffel Tower.”
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“The most famous historic hotel on Paris’s Left Bank preserves its années folles spirit with restored and renovated Art Nouveau and Deco features, courtesy of Jean-Michel Wilmotte. There are still plenty of elements to please contemporary tastes, including an inventive seasonal menu and a marble-clad wellbeing space.”
What guests liked
- Excellent location
- Comfortable beds
- Excellent Wifi
- Helpful staff
- Beautiful building
All you need to know
Hotel Lutetia is a luxury hotel located in the Saint Germain des Pres area in Paris. Situated on the left bank side of the Seine River, the hotel is a five minutes walk from le Bon Marche Department Store, and just 2 km away from the Louvre Museum.
The Lutetia offers 184 well designed and comfortable guest rooms, 40 spacious and luxurious suites, and 7 signature luxurious suites. Every guest room comes with complimentary Wi-Fi, Bang & Olufsen entertainment systems, marble bathrooms, media hubs, and free Hermes toiletries. While only a selected few rooms come with a balcony view of the Eifel Tower. If you wish to take it all in head to the rooftop terrace, where you will be able to enjoy a 360-degree view of the city of love.
When looking to relax the guest can head to the Akash Holistic Wellbeing Center located on-site. The center offers a fitness gym, sauna, steam room, a 17 m indoor pool, and a gorgeous setting. The spa offers excellent spa treatments for an added cost.
The on-site restaurant offers several types of breakfasts, including halal, gluten-free, kosher, and vegetarian options. While the Lutetia Brasserie is run by a 3-Michelin Star Chef Gerald Passadat. When looking to grab a lite bite head to the inner courtyard area, or enjoy a good smoke at the exclusive cigar lounge and jazz bar a Jean Micheal Willmotte designed space.