The Lutetia Hotel was built in the late 1930s on the site of an old printing house by Mr Alfred Schultz, son of the printer.
The Hotel was one of the few establishments with a certain class. It had 52 rooms, a good part with private bathroom, which represented at the time a sign of comfort and wealth.
During the war, the hotel was bombed as well as a good part of the neighborhood. It was rebuilt on the plans of yesteryear. The basement is still classified as a historical monument.
Following the death of its owner, the Lutetia was sold several times without ever really regain the brilliance of its beginnings.
In 2001, Mr. RAUGEL, the current owner, bought the establishment and undertook a major renovation in order to recover the brand image that made its reputation in the past. After 15 years of operation under the name of the Hotel Royal Lutetia, we felt the need to open a new chapter in this adventure that allows us to share unforgettable moments with you at MAISON LUTETIA R.
Do not stay at the hotel, get off at MAISON LUTETIA R !
Did you know ?
The hotel is located in a residential area built by the Germans after 1870. Thus the buildings of the Avenue des Vosges and the neighboring streets, have a characteristic architecture of that time. The most remarkable ensemble is the Place de la Republique. with the Palais du Rhin, the two buildings housing the services of the Prefecture and those of the General Treasury, the National University Library, and the National Theater of Strasbourg.