The Hotel de Sers, a story of luxury and elegance
The five-star Hotel de Sers is a stone’s throw from the Champs-Elysées and was formerly the mansion owned by Henri-Léopold Charles, the Marquis de Sers. In 2015, the hotel was renovated by architect Thomas Vidalenc, preserving its regal spirit and combining it with contemporary design and a warm and luxurious atmosphere. The 45 rooms and 7 suites are light-filled and spacious, expressing discreet luxury and the elegance of a private mansion. Most rooms and suites have a balcony with a view of the Eiffel Tower. Each room and suite is decorated with portraits of eighteenth and nineteenth-century historic characters, a nod to the property’s rich history and a link to the past.
Guests enter the Hotel de Sers through a long and vast gallery which leads them to the reception area, a dramatic staircase and the grand salon. The restaurant is covered with a retractable glass dome, creating a garden ambiance, and serves modern French cuisine. Every Sunday, organic brunch is served. The hotel also offers a wide range of quality services including a fitness room, sauna, hammam, jogging circuits, valet parking, laundry, and 24-hour room service.