Terrace at the Hôtel de Sers Terrace at the Hôtel de Sers

Hôtel de Sers

This former aristocratic town house located right in the centre of Paris combines a rich history with modern day touches and superior service.

by 14 October 2014

This five star hotel was originally built in 1880 as a private town house for Henri-Leopold Charles, the Marquis de Sers. Located on the 8th arrondissement just a short distance from the Champs-Elysées in the Belle Epoque district this petite palace boasts a classical Haussmann design with 45 bedrooms and seven suites.

The Hôtel de Sers retains the feel of an aristocratic town house with a vast 22 metre long gallery, a monumental staircase and a grand salon. Each bedroom is furnished with made-to-measure classic French rosewood pieces and is decorated with portraits of historical figures from the 18th and 19th centuries. Two of the suites have furnished terraces with breathtaking views over Paris and its finest monuments.

Whilst it has a wealth of history, don’t be mistaken, the Hôtel de Sers bang up-to-date in terms of technology with iPods in every bedroom, video-on-demand plus flat screen TVs and iPod speakers. It also boasts all the amenities one would expect from a five star establishment including a fitness room, sauna, hammam, jogging circuits, valet parking, laundry and 24 hour room service.

Part of the Bessé Signature group run by Anne Jousse, the Hôtel de Sers one of a group of five exclusive luxury hotels in France. This year the hotel marks its tenth birthday and superior level of customer service has been key to its successful growth. 

Under the leadership of chef Jordan Delamotte, the restaurant offers modern French cuisine using carefully selected products. Make sure that you don’t miss the 100% organic brunch served every Sunday where you can feast on a vast selection of fresh in-season produce including fabulous croissants, salads, oysters, smoked salmon, charcuterie and more.