The Concept of the Hôtels Littéraires
Four-star hotels dedicated to our favourite authors
The Hôtels Littéraires were created by the collector and booklover Jacques Letertre in tribute to his favourite writers, to share his enthusiasm with all visitors and offer them an opportunity to immerse themselves in the worlds of the greatest authors. Every detail of these four-star establishments is carefully thought out to offer a different artistic and cultural approach, so everyone can find a customised approach to (re)discovering the work and personality of these writers.
In Unesco’s 2030 Calendar, the dimension of culture is included as a keystone of sustainable development, with the idea of making it accessible to as many people as possible. To meet current societal challenges, and to contribute to general interest, our company has decided to put its resources at the service of this project.
The Société des Hôtels Littéraires has therefore set itself the mission of making French literature accessible to a wider audience by making a hotel stay a literary and artistic journey of an author’s works.
To disseminate the works of famous French writers to its visitors. and to make them aware of new artistic worlds, our hotel offer includes creative cultural content, thereby contributing to the development of sustainable tourism.
With the leadership of Alban Letertre, Managing Director, the Hôtels Littéraires became pioneers of the ecological transition in the tourism industry. We joined the Coq vert community, part of the BPI, a very close partner. We are proud to be a Scout member in order to help other companies willing to participate in this fundamental evolution of the hotel industry.
All our hotels have received the international Green Key label, the first international and sustainable label which proposes to act for sustainable tourism.
In everyday life, it means
• Offering Sustainable products
• Working on energy savings
• Buying from local producers
• Limiting food waste
• Using Eco labeled Products
In Montmartre, there was no better choice than Marcel Aymé, the iconic writer from this district, who lived here for more than forty years during the time of his "golden age." The author of Les Contes du chat perché and La Traversée de Paris makes frequent reference to the streets and inhabitants of La Butte in his books, and the statue of Le Passe-muraille (The Walker through Walls), just a stone's throw from the hotel, seems to be awaiting you, to guide you through an enchanted Montmartre.
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