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Hotel Lutetia will close its doors effective April 14th, 2014 for an extensive 3 year renovation and restoration. Hotel Lutetia is a modern-day reflection of the 'Belle Epoque' and Art Deco periods - the embodiment of contemporary, stylish Parisian living. The sculpted Art Deco facade and welcoming statue of Gustave Eiffel, along with pictures of artists that once lived in the hotel, are your first indications that Hotel Lutetia is something special - full of artistic surprises. A renowned meeting place for artists, writers and politicians, Hotel Lutetia's busy lobby has a lively edginess with displayed works of art by renowned contemporary artists Arman, Cesar, Philippe Hiquily, Perrin and Thierry Bisch. Surrounded by Art Deco architecture, period furniture, crystal chandeliers and the sounds of jazz music drifting through from the highly popular Lutetia Bar, you will find you are immersed in a truly Parisian atmosphere.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- Hotel Lutetia
- 45, Boulevard Raspail
- Paris, 75006
Nestled in the heart of one of Paris' most fashionable districts Saint-Germain-des-PrÃÂ©s, opposite the Bon Marche department store, Hotel Lutetia is within walking distance of the river Seine, a few minutes from the Luxembourg Gardens, antique shops, the Musee d'Orsay, Notre Dame Cathedral and the delightful boutique shops and designers' studios on the Left Bank. The Saint-Germain-des-Pres area is associated with the existentialist movement and cafe culture. It is now the place to find fabulous shops for the top range in fashion and design. Equally impressive are the lively bars and restaurants especially Les Deux Magots and Le Cafe de Flore as well as the jazz clubs such as Le Petit Zinc or Chez Papa
Directions to Hotel
From Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) By Car - Take the Highway A1 to Porte de la Chapelle. Take Peripherique Ouest. Exit onto Porte Maillot. Take Avenue de la Grande Armee to Place de l'Etoile. Drive down Avenue des Champs-Elysees to Place de la Concorde. Cross Pont de la Concorde. Turn left onto Boulevard Saint-Germain then right onto Boulevard Raspail to the Hotel Lutetia at 45, boulevard Raspail. It should take around 1 hour. Orly Airport (ORY) should take about 30 minutes to travel - by car - Take Highway A6B (direction Paris) and take the Porte d'Orleans exit. Then follow Avenue du General Leclerc to Place Denfert Rochereau and when you get to the roundabout, take Boulevard Raspail (in the direction of Montparnasse) to the Hotel Lutetia at 45, boulevard Raspail.
Hotel Lutetia is located on Paris' Left Bank in Saint-Germain-des-Pres in the heart of the fashion, art and literature district, a few minutes from the Luxembourg Gardens, antique shops, the Orsay and Louvre museums, and opposite the Bon Marche department store.
Junior Suite - Featuring original period furnishings, Junior Suites have an additional, spacious sitting area and are located either on the hotel facade or the inner courtyard. Also, Three very individual suites at the Hotel Lutuetia, each has its own unique characteristics. All themed suites have views of the Eiffel Tower. Lutetia Suites - These two-bedroom suites feature a large, separate sitting room, a walk-in closet and a steam shower - Suites on the highest floors have wonderful views across the rooftops to the Eiffel Tower.
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Business Center
- - Meeting Space
- - Executive Retreat
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - High Speed Internet
- - Pets Allowed
- - Dining
- - Jogging & Running
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
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