Rediscover the New Lutetia


February 2018

Hotel Lutetia is an iconic landmark situated in the vibrant St.Germain des-Pres area of Paris and the only grand hotel on the left bank. Originally opened in 1910, the building was a daring move from art nouveau to the emerging style of art deco. Lutetia delivers an authentic Parisian experience and has been at the heart of the local community for more than 100 years.

The hotel has a fabled past and quickly became a place where the anonymous could be found alongside the famous, where art, philosophy, science and politics were continually created, discreetly and without ostentation. Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce, Picasso, Matisse and Josephine Baker where among regular visitors to the hotel.

When the hotel reopens in Spring 2018 it will be a modern grand hotel designed for contemporary living with all the facilities and amenities of today’s palace hotels. Amongst the 184 beautifully designed bedrooms, will be 47 suites. Of these suites, five signature suites, individually designed, will include two penthouse suites with private access to terraces as large as 70 sqm and boasting an unrivalled 360-degree view of Paris.

An eclectic mix of restaurants, bars and lounges throughout the ground floor including the return of the Lutetia Brasserie under the supervision of three Michelin starred chef Gerald Passedat. A new internal sun filled Art Deco courtyard has been created for light dining plus an exclusive cigar lounge can be found on the ground floor. 700sqm of banqueting space including 5 meeting rooms and the stunning historic Salon Cristal ballroom for up to 300 people will once again welcome guests to create new memories from celebrations and events.

The Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre, The Sets own wellness brand currently located in London and Amsterdam will be at the heart of the hotel. A 700 sqm (7,500 sqft) spa dedicated to wellbeing and fitness featuring a 17m swimming pool bathed in natural daylight, a rarity in Paris.

Lutetia has a special place in the hearts and minds of Parisians and visitors to the city alike. Spring 2018 will see the hotel once again attract the city’s elite, as the Living Room of Paris.