An emblematic building in the heart of Paris, founded in 1870 by Ernest Cognaq and Marie-Louise Jay, in which Art Nouveau and Art Deco come together by the architects Frantz Jourdain and Henri Sauvage; The Samaritaine will reopen its doors next spring 2020, on the 150th anniversary of its construction.

 Acquired in 2001 by the multinational conglomerate of Bernard Arnault, LVMH, its renovation is estimated at around 750 million euros, with which it intends to recover its splendor inspired by the reminiscences of the Belle Époque with a modern twist.

 More than 600 brands, a luxury hotel of the Cheval Blanc brand, apartments, a wide variety of gourmet restaurants and even a Christian Dior spa, are some of the options that this ambitious project houses that will attract both Parisians and tourists, and from which a portion of Paris tourist spending will be obtained.

 It is undoubtedly that La Samaritaine will become an essential luxury destination.