Information pertaining to our club members in light of the COVID-19 pandemic - Special conditions apply at the Hôtel Lutetia
The curvy exterior of the Hotel Lutetia, sculpted in cream stone and trellised balconies, makes it one of Paris's most beautiful Art Deco palais, but look closer… This Left Bank institution also has history. Picasso and Matisse called it home for years, and in its bar, Josephine Baker ushered Paris into the Jazz Age under Romanesque frescoes that took restorers 17,000 hours to get back with tiny brushes and scalpels. Today, the bar- named after Baker- buzzes with impeccably dressed locals here for pre-dinner drinks, while upstairs, rooms with bijou balconies enjoy views that stretch as far as the Eiffel Tower. For more traditionally French luxury, the courtyard lounge is a stylish sanctuary that nods at the boho spirit of the place while elsewhere, the Lutetia Brasserie, where chef Gérald Passédat runs a sea bar, has some of the best marinated langoustines and oysters in town.