About the hotel
"An iconic establishment set on the left bank of the Seine, Hôtel Lutetia boasts gorgeous guestrooms, fabulous dining and superb health and wellness amenities."
Hôtel Lutetia’s interiors are every bit as grand as the building’s proud façade would lead one to believe. Artistry abounds within: expect gorgeous glass ceilings, Romanesque frescoes and other artworks throughout. By contrast, the contemporary rooms and suites are more subdued, and pleasantly so: these chic spaces are inviting with their colour palettes of soft neutrals and air of easy elegance. Art... Show more
Grand Superior Room
The Grand Superior Rooms are decorated in an elegant and contemporary way. They feature tinted oak flooring, beautiful Murano glass wall lights and furniture created especially for the hotel. The bathroom in Statuario marble, bathed in natural light, benefits from Hermès amenities. The majority of rooms have a deep soak marble bathtub, whilst those without enjoy beautiful city views or a more spacious room to unwind in.
Deluxe Rooms, dressed in fine woodwork and tinted oak floors, reveal a peaceful view of the hotel's inner courtyard. Elegantly decorated, they feature beautiful Murano glass wall lights and furniture created especially for the hotel. The bathroom in Statuario marble, bathed in natural light, benefits from Hermès amenities.
Deluxe Room With Balcony
Benefiting from a balcony, these Deluxe Rooms offer a clear view on Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Left Bank. Elegantly decorated, they feature tinted oak floors, beautiful Murano glass wall lights and furniture created especially for the hotel. The bathroom in Statuario marble, bathed in natural light, benefits from Hermès amenities.
Eiffel Deluxe Room With Balcony
Elegance, chic, heritage; everything that makes Paris special is reflected in our guest rooms and suites. Experience exceptional contemporary luxury in one of the city’s most historic hotels, where tradition blends seamlessly with modern technology and comforts.
The Junior Suites, decorated with refinement and elegance, have a beautiful lounge area with a table and desk. Noble materials make it a peaceful place reflecting the French luxury. The bathroom in Statuario marble, bathed in natural light, benefits from Hermès amenities.
Junior Suite With Balcony
The Junior Suites, decorated with refinement and elegance, have a balcony offering a clear view on Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Left Bank. Noble materials make it a peaceful place reflecting French luxury. The bathroom in Statuario marble, bathed in natural light, benefits from Hermès amenities.
The Lutetia Suites, designed as Parisian apartments, reveal a soft, contemporary and elegant atmosphere. Each of them is unique in its decoration and layout. Highlighting the French art of living, they have a nice view of Paris and the district of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. The bathroom in Statuario marble, bathed in natural light, benefits from Hermès amenities.
The Deluxe Suites, have been imagined as Parisian apartments, reveal a soft, contemporary and elegant atmosphere. Highlighting the French art of living, they have a nice view of Paris and the district of Saint-Germain-des-Prés with a large living room. The bathroom in Statuario marble, bathed in natural light, benefits from Hermès amenities.
Suite Amour the Most Romantic Suite
"Can one think," asked Gustave Eiffel, "that because we are engineers, beauty does not preoccupy us...?"
Our answer is the breathtaking Suite Amour, perhaps the most beautifully romantic address in the City of Love. Like the prow of a grand ocean liner, the Amour Suite occupies the pinnacle of the hotel. From this thrilling vantage point, you command singular views of a sparkling capital.
But before gazing across monuments and rooftops, there's much to explore inside. Push open the burnished wooden door, and this two-level suite beckons in every direction. To one side, the sumptuous bedroom opens out to the wrought iron railings of your private terrace. Through another door, you spy an elegant expanse of white marble – the master bath with its designer tub, hand carved from a single piece of Carrera stone.
A nearby wooden stairway seems almost an afterthought, until you follow it up to two surprising discoveries. First, there's a stylish sitting room, all angles, artwork and bespoke furniture. But even furnishings this luxurious can wait, once you catch sight of the suite's best-kept secret: a century-old art nouveau grotto, directly facing the Eiffel Tower.
This elaborately carved, intimate terrace must be experienced first hand – there's nothing quite like it in this, or perhaps any hotel. Like a sculpted conch shell floating above the city, you are protected from the elements, while enjoying unmatched views. A breakfast outside perhaps, with cosy bathrobes, while a gentle rain plays around you? This is a Paris few others will get to enjoy.
One of them was Charles de Gaulle. His wedding day approaching, he went in search of the perfect honeymoon getaway. We are honoured to recall that, with all the luxury suites in Paris at his disposal, he chose this one. We invite you to stay in the Suite Amour, and find out why.
The Eiffel Writer Suite
The delicious crackle as you open it for the first time; burying your nose in the pristine pages; the perfect font, exquisitely laid out – a new book is a most sensual object. So is the new Eiffel Writer's Suite.
Don't bother reaching for the lights. Your Paris home is already aglow, sunlight pouring though the balconies into rooms bright and fragrant with golden oak. Choosing which to stretch out in first is the challenge: the plush living room, ready to host your next soirée; sumptuous bedroom, leading to acres of bookshelves; the generous, hand-carved marble tub, across from matching sinks?
It's no easier, picking your favourite balcony for a morning espresso. One thing's certain – the best view of the celebrated parks, boulevards and skyline is from your writing desk, facing the Eiffel tower.
From this exceptional address in the heart of the Left Bank, it's an easy stroll to the city's renowned bookstores, literary cafes and the esteemed universities of Saint-Germaine-de-Prés. Still, with such agreeably furnished premises, some of your favourite days in Paris may be spent in the suite, curled around a good book. Your study's carefully curated library includes tempting titles, plus shelves for the ones you'll discover at book sellers along the Seine. This suite offers one literary opportunity that even the Left Bank's majestic reading rooms can't match: a lazy afternoon, reading in the bath.
Little wonder the likes of Hemmingway and Joyce didn't simply visit the Lutetia, they moved in. You can too, and write your masterpiece while staying in one.
Typically Parisian, the family suites offer all the comforts of our Junior suites and a connecting bedroom, accommodating up to 5 people to fully enjoy your children during your stay. The contemporary design of the furniture subtly echoes the Art Nouveau and Art Deco heritage of the building, while a generous living area, separate dressing room and two bathrooms clad in white Carrara marble complete the suite's sense of space. Enjoy a unique view of the vibrant Saint-Germain-des-Prés district or the historic Art-Deco patio of the Lutetia during a Parisian getaway.
Elegant, comfortable, and functional, these suites offer parents and children alike the promise of a memorable family stay in the heart of the Left Bank.
TWO BEDROOM LUTETIA SUITE
Reminiscent of a Parisian two bedroom apartment, lofty windows yield spectacular views of the bohemian Rive Gauche and historic Saint-Germain-des-Prés from the living room. The suite features two oversized beds and a sofa bed, with rugs and textiles in a palette of soft blues and beige, furniture richly upholstered in muted hues, and a walk-in wardrobe. Capacity up to five people.
Suite Parisienne By Isabelle Huppert
With a delicate mix of intelligence, freedom and elegance, Isabelle Huppert, embodies the spirit of the Left bank. This is why, hotel Lutetia has entrusted the actress with the personalization of one of its most prized Suites.
Located on the 6th floor of the hotel, the Suite is a haven of charm, life and intimate receptions. With a terrace of 20sqm that overlooks the slate roofs of the city, the dome of the Invalides to the Grand Palais… Paris is yours!
Like a Parisian apartment, this Suite is inspired by the spirit of Couture: it manifests itself in small touches and is infused in every detail. Between the rigor of the masculine wardrobe and glamour “à la française”, the soul of the suite is specific to the style of Isabelle Huppert.
As such, the actress wanted to inject a part of herself, of her precise sophistication: that of objects, iconic of a Parisian life and personal memories such as her own Haute Couture dress by Yves Saint Laurent.
This is a suite in her image; urban and dreamy, bright and refined. With its wooden alcove of Macassar, its marble bathroom, its vast dressing room and furniture by Walter Knoll.
Saint Germain Penthouse Apartment
First, invite Jean-Michel Wilmotte, star architect of the reimagined Louvre, Lutetia and Champs-Elysées. Then fly over multiple Oscar-winning director Francis Ford Coppola. Now secure one of the most unique pieces of real estate in Paris, and give these two creative legends free reign. Welcome to the new Coppola Penthouse.
The adventure begins the moment you step inside. Breezes and sunshine play through the intricate layout, as you fling open windows and balcony doors. Ahead of you, a generous living room extends out onto a furnished terrace, perfect for breakfast on sunny mornings. The opulent bedroom next door is all soft French linens and drapes, while the master bath is all Carrara marble.
You feel the architect's hand at work throughout, from bespoke lighting and furniture, to the feast of coordinated tones and textures. The director's choices are just as plentiful, offering a one-of-a-kind tour of this auteur family's scripts, stills and personal photos. This is a suite like no other in Paris, a contemporary answer to the artistic Rive Gauche salons described by Hemingway, Gide, and other Lutetia authors.
At the very centre of your Parisian penthouse, there's a twist in the plot: a winding staircase that breaks through the fourth wall – or in this case, the ceiling. Above your bedroom, overlooking Paris, explore your own lavish rooftop retreat –over 60 square metres of furnished skyline. Host a reception today, and a brunch tomorrow, with the entire city spread before you. To call the view cinematic would be an understatement.
Whether you'll be wrapping your music video with a rooftop sunset, or sipping hot chocolate while counting summer constellations, the Coppola penthouse is a collaboration made in the stars.
The Eiffel Penthouse
Saint-Germain-des-Prés is the soul of Paris. For more than a hundred years, her most celebrated painters and poets – and the new ones hoping to make a name – have called this quarter home. So have we. For the Lutetia, this neighbourhood has always been the irresistible canvas for our imagination. We created the new Eiffel Penthouse as a canvas for yours.
How will you enjoy it? The possibilities are as endless as the views. You and your guests can roam amongst seven unique rooms, each competing to show the most flattering panorama of the capital. You are spoiled with nearly 100 square meters of Left Bank luxury, by turns intimate and extravagant, solitary and social.
From hand-made Murano lights to designer bathroom fixtures, opulent bedding to discrete technology, one creative intelligence is responsible for the suite's many elegant features – star architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte.
Located on the highest floor of the hotel, each room follows the swooping lines of the Lutetia's arches and sculpted curves. The result is a memorable mix of slanted ceilings and sculpted window frames – cherished features of classic Saint Germain rooftop homes.
There is, however, one crowning element no other Paris apartment can match: a stunning 74 square meter rooftop terrace, reached by a glamorous marble stairway. This is the City of Lights as you've never seen it, bejeweled domes and spires in every direction. With its meandering wooden walkways, this dreamy roof terrace is the perfect stage for a floating fashion show, elegant catered feast, or one-of-a kind yoga retreat.
So how will you make the Eiffel Penthouse your own? The sky, for once, is not the limit.
The Presidential Carre Rive Gauche Suite
Hosting heads of state for more than a century, the Lutetia has learned a thing or two about a royal welcome. One lesson is that in addition to discretion and delight, our guests also seek inspiration. This is why the Presidential Suite is more than a luxurious hideaway. The largest set of rooms at the Lutetia is also a world-class art gallery, library and salon.
At every turn, sophisticated elegance meets creative surprise, beginning with the rooms themselves. Graceful layouts and design details are the handiwork of renowned architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte. From oak-lined study to sunlit dining room, sumptuous master bedroom to hand-carved bath, each room is paired with landmark contemporary furniture, some personally created by Wilmotte. With majestic windows on two sides, the sun-dappled interior is the perfect place to entertain, or escape the pressing crowd.
In addition, each room is crafted to frame breathtaking original art. In a unique collaboration with Carré Rive Gauche,the leading alliance of art dealers in Saint-Germain-des-Pres, the Presidential Suite is an ever-changing private museum.
So the towering figure outside the master bath is not be part of the security detail, but Venus herself, resplendent in Italian marble, a treasure of 17th century sculpture. In the living room, a first century Bodhisattva stands watch over two sapphire blue Kangxi vases. From ancient artifacts to contemporary oils, the works span millennia, creating an artistic residence of beautiful contrasts, and refreshing imagination.
When duty calls, and visits to the Left Bank's famous landmarks and galleries are cut short, the Presidential Suite is one in its own right. With spectacular views, bespoke rooms and furnishings, and artworks from the royal courts of Europe, this is in every sense, a suite fit for a king.
Josephine Baker Suite With Eiffel View Terrace
Picasso tried to capture you in oils, Hemingway in words, Calder in wire. But defying categories was your speciality. Everything you tried, you transformed – danseuse, chanteuse, héroïne de la résistance. A familiar face at the Lutetia, you were our very own American in Paris, taking the city by storm. Your smile lit up the Folies Bergère and soon, all of Paris. It still does, and nowhere more than in the Joséphine Baker Suite.
Curtains pull back to reveal a chic Jazz-age salon, as much stage set as sitting room. Shimmering oak floors complement a velvety Deco rug in plush pumpkin and silver. Generous leather chairs, Moderne table and an inviting settee are eager audience, awaiting their first performer. The bespoke lanterns stand ready like spotlights, but can't compete with the abundant sunshine, pouring in through oval windows and arched French doors. Throw them wide, to step out on the elaborately carved landing – your own Art Nouveau terrace, directly facing the Eiffel Tower.
A grand bedroom enjoys lavish views of the city, expanses of polished hardwood, richly woven carpeting and pure Maison Thiebault bedding. The master bath is its own suite of hand-sculpted marble. After a luxurious soak, the designer tub has an adjoining terrace – just one of countless Joséphine touches.
Master architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte selected the exquisite woods, period furnishings and loveliest corner of the Lutetia for this suite. But Joséphine Baker's irrepressible joie de vivre is its true designer.
Suite L Atelier
This 56 sqm suite located on the highest floor of the hotel, offers a peace and quiet view over our patio from its 2 terraces bathed in light.
In this suite, guests will dive into a Saint-Germain-des-Prés artist workshop. Volumes and decoration invites our hosts to think, create, imagine and relax under the roof of the Lutetia.
L'Atelier offers a wide dressing and a beautiful white Statuario marble bathroom with Hermès amenities.
The Murano glass luminaries, unique handcraft pieces, will enlight your evenings on the Left Bank.
The Superior Rooms decorated in an elegant and contemporary way in beige tones reveal a peaceful view on the inner courtyard of the Hotel. They feature tinted oak flooring, beautiful Murano glass wall lights and furniture created especially for the hotel. The bathroom in Statuario marble, bathed in natural light, benefits from Hermès amenities.