LVTETIA Paris Rive Gauche*****
On March 20, 2019

 Beautifully furnished, attentive and smiling service.  High product quality. A warm and delightfully timeless atmosphere.

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Built in 1910 on the initiative of Mrs Boucicaut, owner of Le Bon Marché "so that his important provincial customers could be accommodated in an establishment very close to them and corresponding to their lifestyle, when they came to shop in Paris", Hotel Lutetia is an Art Nouveau hotel featuring one of the first Art Deco style bars, with a rural fresco by Adrien Karbowsky2. Its proximity to the National Assembly and the Senate also led it to be appreciated by provincial parliamentarians and colonial officials visiting Paris. Its name is derived from the former name of Paris, Lutèce, the motto (Fluctuat nec mergitur) and the arms of the city of Paris appearing in various places in the hotel.