L’ Hotel de Sers
What We Love
- In-room massages and a hammam on site
- The De Sers restaurant, with a locavore-oriented and organic menu from chef Christophe Hay
- The impressive collection of artworks on display
- The rooftop terrace, with its stunning views over the city
- The bar offers a happy hour daily from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m
What To Know
- A private car service is available during your stay, although prices can be steep
- WiFi is free
- There’s a fitness center, hammam (steam room), and a range of in-room massage treatments
- Reservations are recommended for the restaurant
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
A magnificent former Marquis’s mansion built in 1880, this gem has had several incarnations, including its current identity as a 52-room boutique hotel, with design courtesy of architect Thomas Vidalenc, who has created an environment that blends Parisian elegance with artsy decadence. Plush textures and rich colors abound, with furnishings ranging from crystal chandeliers to screenprinted headboards depicting fashion shots. Poppy, Marimmekko-style cushions adorn Mid Century Modern-inspired chairs beneath classical oil portraits in heavy gilt frames. Strong suits that help the hotel stand out from its Parisian rivals: a well-regarded restaurant and pampering spa treatments onsite.
In the Area
The hotel can arrange for a personal shopper to accompany you on a buying tour of the surrounding streets, including the swanky Avenue George V and Avenue Montaigne. If you wish to wander further, don’t miss a visit to the legendary Left Bank department store Le Bon Marche, which stocks everything from hard-to-find fine French wines to lust-worthy lingerie. Get an insider’s fashion fix at the Fondation Pierre Berge-Yves Saint Laurent, the former atelier of the design legend, which stages exhibitions and offers private group tours.
How to Get There
This hotel is walking distance to the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triumphe. The interior is up to date and very pretty. I found all the employees (waitstaff, reception, concierge) to be extremely friendly and helpful. The concierge was wonderful on recommending restaurants and tourist attractions. We enjoyed our stay very much.
It wasnt worth the price it was. I know that Parisian hotels arent over the top fancy but this was really not worth the price - it was over $600 a night. For $400 maybe nowhere near a $600 room.
There are other places that you get more of what you pay for.
So we stayed one night here and here are the pro’s and con’s:
- location, location, location
- concierge- very helpful
- front desk .. very pleasant
- room size with pull out bed- not for 4 ppl sorry I don’t care what they say. Ridiculous! Here’s why.. your water closet toilet was in a separate room and on the other side of the pull out. Ok can manage that however, you literally had to tip toe around the pull out bc it was such a tight fit. God forbid you have to go potty during the night. Not worth our 144k Amex pts.
- bar- one person spine Eng. so we waited to be waited on then no one asked for a second drink everyone was concentrating on the party that ppl were arriving for that was on their outside patio. My husband and I are friendly ppl, not scary and would had appreciated more attentiveness.
- Finally and most importantly, the air in our room DID NOT work. The hotel absolutely knew about this bc sobeibe complained about this on Trip Advisor the wk before. We should had not had been chg’d the pts or offered some accommodation.
To have air not work in a supposed 5 star hotel.. is a NO NO!
The superior room is very good size and very comfortable.
It is right next to the Four Seasons where I attended a dining event.
When we arrived a bit early at 1pm, the room was not yet ready. However we were well assisted by the reception staffs and stored the luggage and went out for lunch. Great services.
Undoubtedly one of our best visits ever at the warm and lovely Hotel de Sers. We have been returning for many years for our annual 3-week Roland Garros stays, and always find the ENTIRE staff and management incredibly welcoming and helpful. We travel partially for business but always with family and friends, and there is no better place in Paris for our purposes...it is truly our home away from home.