Hôtel de Lauzun
Today’s splendor didn’t always prevail, however. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the mansion was rented out to artists, including the poet Charles Baudelaire. The City of Paris bought it in 1928 and restored the interior with the intention of invoking its original style. Storyteller Ingrid Held takes guests behind this seldom-seen palace to experience an authentic chapter of Paris history.
From our Gazette news section:
In the footsteps of aristocrats at Hôtel de Lauzun in Paris