The Set Collection appoints new General Manager for Lutetia

Jean Pierre will bring with him a vast amount of experience within the luxury hotel and Parisian market


PARIS : The Set Collection continues on its path to delivering on its promise of building a world leading collection of modern grand hotels for today’s luxury contemporary traveller and is delighted to announce that Jean-Pierre Trevisan will lead Lutetia as General Manager.

As General Manager for Lutetia, Jean Pierre will bring with him a vast amount of experience within the luxury hotel and Parisian market. This is an exciting and pivotal time for Lutetia as the hotel further builds on its previous successes. Originally opened in 1910 and after 4 years of thoughtful and imaginative restoration, Lutetia sprung back to life in 2018 as a founding member of The Set Collection. The new Lutetia has a vibrant, special, and intimate soul that we find in, the only palace hotel on the Left Bank. The Lutetia is the setting for encounters, discussions and intelligence, maintaining its legendary place in the heart of the capital and naturally taking on, once again, its role as an icon of Paris with its inimitably French elegance and understated luxury.

Jean-Pierre joins from Hotel De Crillon, Paris where since 2018, he has been in charge of the hotel operations and quality standards of the property whilst leading a team of over 400 people. Prior to this, Jean-Pierre was with The Ritz, Paris where he spent 5 years as Director of F&B and more than 7 years as Hotel Director, leading the hotel operation and most notably, playing a key role in managing projects during the successful renovation of the property between July 2012 and June 2016. During the earlier part of Jean-Pierre’s career he gained extensive experience as Director of F&B for notable hotels including Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris and Inter-Continental Hotel Paris.


About The Set Collection

A carefully curated luxury hotel collection, comprising of some of the world’s most exceptional, likeminded, independent hotels and resorts. Being flexible, agile and at the forefront of innovation, we are the primary choice for hotel owners, who seek a market-leading brand affiliation partner that elevates their hotel brand and performance. Capturing the hearts and minds of guests is a value that is shared amongst all of our member hotels and is what drives us to create memorable experiences that leave you with the desire to return.

Launched in 2021, the first member hotels to be added to the collection were Hotel Café Royal in London, Conservatorium in Amsterdam, Lutetia in Paris and Mamilla hotel in Jerusalem. To find out more about our unique collection, please visit

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