The Hotel Lutetia Reopens its Doors on July 12th

Lutetia, a hotel of The Set, re-opened its fabled doors on July 12th 2018, unveiling its transformation. All has been reinvented, from the design and interiors to the gastronomy and service, but the unmatched spirit remains.
 

Located at 45 Boulevard Raspail, in the St.Germain-des-Pres area of the Left Bank, the hotel was originally opened in 1910 by the Boucicaut family, founders of Le Bon Marche.

The Hotel Lutetia Reopens its Doors
The Hotel Lutetia Reopens its Doors
The Hotel Lutetia Reopens its Doors
The Hotel Lutetia Reopens its Doors
Acquired by The Set, known for their sensitive and transformative restoration of historical properties, the hotel was closed four years ago for an ambitious period of restoration and refurbishment that has returned the property to its rightful place amongst the city’s Palace hotels and as the only Grand hotel on the Left Bank.
 

July 12th will see the unveiling of the work of architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte. ‘Let the light enter’ has been his watchword throughout the renovation and this is beautifully in evidence throughout the building. Lutetia has 184 keys, spread over seven floors, including 47 suites. This figure is significantly reduced from the original total of 233, allowing for larger rooms. Seven signature suites, including a two bedroom Presidential suite and two penthouse suites with private access to terraces as large as 70 sq metres and boasting an unrivalled 360 degree view of Paris will be the crown jewels of this renaissance. Further information will be forthcoming regarding the illustrious names tasked with bringing their unique creativity to other signature suites.
 

Today, as part of The Set, Lutetia begins the next chapter in its illustrious history.
A new chapter of the Parisian life begins.

The Hotel Lutetia Reopens its Doors
The Hotel Lutetia Reopens its Doors
The Hotel Lutetia Reopens its Doors
The Hotel Lutetia Reopens its Doors