Run by the Italian Jolly Hotels. Traditionally popular with a blue-blooded clientele, The Lotti won a reputation as the ‘smallest of grand hotels’.
How the Stage was Set HISTORY IN BRIEF 1910: The hotel opened for business. 1984: Jolly Hotels acquired The Lotti. HISTORY IN DETAIL 1910: The brainchild of a certain Mr Lotti, the hotel was inaugurated. Lotti had been maître d’hotel at the nearby Continental Hotel (today the Inter-Continental) and now started his own operation, bringing together two older hotels, The Liverpool and The Dominici. The project was funded by the Duke of Westminster. The hotel was located in an old Jacobin convent that extended from rue Saint Honoré to the Tuileries. It had 123 rooms. 1910-20: In those early years, the hotel’s most famous guest was the Duke of Westminster. It became popular with aristocrats and bourgeois, who affectionately dubbed it ‘the smallest of grand hotels.’ 1984: The hotel was bought by Italy’s premier hotel group, Jolly. 2004: A major renovation programme was carried out, adding a new wing of 44 guest rooms, as well as conference and banqueting facilities.
The hotel has long enjoyed a star-studded guest list, including: From the World of Politics Aga Khan Prince Albert of Monaco Princess Paola of Belgium Winston Churchill Robert Kennedy Richard Nixon From the World of Entertainment Paul McCartney Paul Newman Jane Fonda David Niven Kirk Douglas Jane Birken
129 Rooms
Broadband or WIFI high-speed Internet access Cable and satellite television Individual safe.
Between Place Vendôme and the Tuileries Gardens
Il Lotti – a taste of Italy. The restaurant is a meeting point for the jewellers and bankers of Place Vendôme ------ Bar La Dolce Vita ------ The Patio
Looking for that special something? If so, it shouldn’t be difficult around Place Vendôme, where jewellery boutiques abound. The hotel is well placed for sight-seeing either, with the Louvre and Opera Garnier a short stroll away.
The hotel offers ten banquet, meeting and conference rooms, some of which enjoy natural light and open onto a courtyard for cocktails and receptions.
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Country: France
City: Paris
Opening date: 1910

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General Manager Georgio Bagnasco


7, Rue de Castiglione
75001 France, Paris

Tel: +33 142606062
Fax: +33-1-40 15 93 56

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