Hotel Lutetia was the first Art Deco hotel in Paris. Situated in the literary and artistic centre of Paris, many painters, writers and stayed or made their home at the luxury hotel. Perhaps you've heard of hotel guests named Matisse, Andre Gide, Antoine de Saint-Exupery, Josephine Baker and Picasso? The adventurer, Alexandra David Neel stayed here after her expedition to the Far East, and General de Gaulle spent his honeymoon here.
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