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4 Star Hotel Paris Quartier Latin

What we love
  • The use of the writing theme
  • The Fornasetti earthenware
  • The bar made of pewter
  • Having a drink next to the fireplace in the bar
  • The glass staircase made by a master glassblower
  • The duplexes and connecting rooms for families
  • The fresco in the elevator

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Contact information

Villa Lutèce Port Royal

52 and 52 bis rue Jenner

75013 Paris

+33 (0) 1 53 61 90 90

+33 (0) 1 53 61 90 91

Metro & bus

Campo Formio: line 5
National: line 6
Gobelins: line 7
Bus: 57, 67, 91

Getting here

The Latin Quarter inspires a decor based on the “belles lettres”.


Once past the threshold, glass walls engraved with writing filter the interior space. A very Latin Quarter-type of literary inspiration breathes through the hotel, which enjoys playing with contrasts, given its location near the Jardin des Plantes and the Gare d’Austerlitz.


The historical facade, typical of the 40s, doesn’t hint at the contemporary architecture of the two buildings. Sober black and white colours confer sure elegance to the lines of the rooms and the poetry of the Fornasetti earthenware takes possession of the bathrooms. A classic room; a connecting room; a duplex, which is more spacious; or a superior room with a whirlpool bath: there’s a room for every type of stay.


The reception area, the lounge and the bar, with its remarkable counter made of pewter, opt for a colourful approach, highlighting the furniture and architectural features, such as the staircase created by a master glassblower.

Hotel highlights


Breakfast: hot buffet & room service

Dining: room service

Languages spoken at reception: French - English - Spanish

Other: air conditioning, mini-bar, safe


Conference room

Dining: room service

Languages spoken at reception: French - English - Spanish

Other: air conditioning, mini-bar, safe. 


One of the modern faces of Paris is located in the south end. The major renovations that contributed to the Capital’s international reputation came about because of Orly Airport, the A6 motorway and the 13th arrondissement. Even so, we remain very attached to these sites for many reasons, for they are anything but banal.

Orly dethroned the historical Bourget Airport in 1960, and became the biggest of Europe’s airports at the time. On Sundays, families would visit Orly to watch the Caravelles and DC-8s land and take off! The A6 motorway, opened in 1960, with its 4x3 lanes, as in the U.S. It led directly to the Porte d'Italie. There, fifty-five 100-metre-high towers were to be built according to a plan masterminded by Pompidou and inspired by Corbusier, called 'Manhattan sur Seine'. These types of facilities have since developed throughout the south of the Île-de-France.

The vibrant life of the Place d’Italie “bridge” district resulted from it. If the pleasant cafés with their terraces under the magnolia trees and the large Italie 2 shopping mall appeal to you, they will be the starting point, in the east, of your discovery of Paris’s Chinatown, with a unique atmosphere found nowhere else in Europe.

Find out more

Map Place d'Italie - Orly - Paris’s south end

Conference rooms

  • Salon Lutèce

    Salon Lutèce


  • Video projector
  • Screen
  • Flip-chart
  • Wifi
  • Breaks

Capacity of meeting rooms :

Meeting Rooms Daylight Area (square metres) U-shaped Classroom-style Meals Theatre-style Cocktail 1/2 day Full day
Lutèce Non 74 20 30 20 30 60 300 € 500 €

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Direct access

  • The Eiffel Tower
  • The Saint-Germain District

How to get here

By train :

Gare de Lyon for TGVs coming from the South

Gare du Nord: TGV Nord, Thalys, Eurostar

Gare Montparnasse: TGV Atlantique

Gare de l'Est: TGV Est

Metro and bus :

Campo Formio: line 5

National: line 6

Gobelins: line 7

Bus: 57, 67, 91