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L'Officiel - Lutetia Paris hotel enters a new era

Nestled in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, the Lutetia Paris has long been a refuge for the city’s famous figures. Counting Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Serge Gainsbourg, Miles Davis, and Sonia Rykiel among its guests, the property is one of the Left Bank’s only true luxury hotels…

Vogue Arabia - Vogue Reviews - Hotel Lutetia

The Lowdown: Both are known for their rich history, love of arts, and dedication to luxury. Hotel Lutetia and Paris are a match made in heaven; no wonder it is called the city of love. Opening in 1910 by the founders of the infamous Bon Marche in left-bank Paris, the iconic hotel welcomed renowned creative figures such as Picasso and Matisse…

Condé Nast Traveler - Paris Hotel with a view

When Hotel Lutetia first threw open its doors in 1910, it was deemed very much ahead of the curve. A fusion of Art Nouveau and Art Deco architecture, it was the first true luxury hotel on the Left Bank–and to this day it remains the only Palace Hotel to grace this side of town…
Awards and Accolades
  • Forbes Travel Guide 2022 ‑ 5‑star for Hotel Lutetia
  • Conde Nast Traveller Reader’s Choice Awards 2022 – #2 hotel in Paris
  • Travellers’ Choice Trip Advisor – 2022
  • Condé Nast Traveler’s Reader’s Choice Award 2021- #2 of hotels in Paris
  • Forbes Travel Guide 2021 ‑ 5‑star for Hotel Lutetia
  • ​Travel + Leisure 2021 ‑ 500 Best Hotels
  • ​Andrew Harper Editors’ Choice Awards ‑ Best City Hotel 2021
  • Forbes Travel Guide 2020 ‑ 5‑star for Hotel Lutetia & 5‑star for Akasha Spa Paris
  • Palace ‑ Awarded “Palace de France” by Atout France
  • ​Condé Nast Traveler’s Reader’s Choice Award ‑ #5 hotel in Top 15 hotels in Paris 2020
  • Condé Nast Traveler ‑ Listed in 2020 Gold List
  • Fodor’s ‑ Listed in the Top 100 Finest Hotels in the World 2020