Designed by interior architects Anne Peyroux and Emmanuèle Thisy, also behind the design at our other partner hotels Dupond-Smith and Chavanel, the four-star Hotel de Sèze opened in August 2014 and offers a restful retreat away from the hustle and bustle of Parisian city life.
Contemporary design has been combined with a soothing, naturalistic vibe in this hotel with interesting touches like the curiosity cabinet in the lobby lounge and the cheery wallpaper in the breakfast area. A multitude of textures like pearl tiles and brightly coloured velvet fabrics are interspersed throughout the hotel, giving it a modern chic edge.
The rooms on the sixth and last floor (numbers 61 and 62) have exposed beams for added Parisian charm, a separate seating area and views of grandiose neighbouring residential apartments from room 61 while room 62 offers views of the Eiffel Tower. These rooms also have a separate shower and bathtub with a television fitted into the wall. All bathrooms are stocked with Clarins toiletries.
Breakfast is served each morning behind the reception area, where there is also an honesty bar. Guests have complimentary access to the steam room and gym in the basement.
The hotel is just 50 metres from the 19th-centuy Eglise (church) de la Madeleine, which was designed to look like a Greek temple and the Madeleine metro stop (lines 8, 12 and 14). Several luxury gourmet boutiques including Hédiard and Fauchon, and luxury shops as well as the Pinacothèque Modern art Museum has temporary exhibitions throughout the year can be found on Place de la Madeleine but also on boulevard Haussamann (Galeries Lafayette, Printemps etc), which is a five-minute walk away.