Luxury Paris hotel the Lutetia has finally reopened after a four-year restoration and refurbishment project.
Located on Boulevard Raspail on the city’s Left Bank, the hotel is now part of The Set, a collection of luxury properties including Hotel Café Royal in London and Conservatorium in Amsterdam.
The hotel originally opened in 1910, and was closed in April 2014 for renovation works which have seen the room count reduced from 184 to 233, allowing for larger rooms, including 47 suites.
Facilities include Bar Josephine, L’Orangerie restaurant, Salon Saint Germain with an art deco patio for al fresco dining, and the forthcoming Lutetia Brasserie which will open in September under three Michelin starred chef Gerald Passedat.
A new Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre has also been added, offering 700 sqm of spa facilities including six treatment rooms, 17-metre swimming pool, fitness centre, sauna, steam room, plunge pool, and infinity edge spa bath.
When Business Traveller checked today (July 13), a midweek stay in mid September started from €830 per night for a Superior Room.
For Tried and Tested reviews of Hotel Café Royal and Conservatorium, see:
- Hotel review: Hotel Café Royal, London (published shortly after the hotel opened in 2013)
- Hotel review: Conservatorium, Amsterdam (published in 2014)
And for our recent round-up of new and upcoming Paris hotels, see: