The Hotel de Sers is both a landmark & a luxury retreat, beloved by Parisians and cherished by visitors. Get carried away by Paris bubbly lifestyle with its artists & writers.
A flawless address for business meetings, a lucky charm for entertainment milestones, and a scene-stealing backdrop for production and movies. The Hotel de Sers captures the best of the Paris experience. A rare place where old-world elegance and modern-day style meet, just minutes from the iconic Champs-Elysées in the Golden Triangle.
« Hotel is very comfortable and well designed.The room is great.
The big plus for us was the quality of the service and the food at the Restaurant. We had a fenomenal dinner good wines recommendation and a service discret élégant.
Bravo! to the Management and team ! Please keep it up we will come back and recommend you !! »
« High class atmosphere with maximum of privacy. Elegance mixed with courtesy and high care reserved to all guests.
A quite and elegant ambient in the heart of Paris. A perfect place for those looking for true elegance that makes the difference. »
« Excellent position in Paris - within 15 minutes walk of the metro, Seine, Champs-Elysées and much more.
Excellent room - spacious, good bed and bathroom with shower and bath.
Excellent staff - friendly and helpful. Everyone of them!
Excellent choice at breakfast. Your choice of a light breakfast (included) or a more hearty meal. »
in the heart of Paris
Each 45 bedrooms and 7 suites preserve the spirit of the place whilst updating it once again to suit today’s styles. Noted interior designer Thomas Vidalenc has embraced the Hotel de Sers historic aesthetic and married it effortlessly with contemporary comfort.
Experience more from your Parisian stay with offers at the Hotel de Sers.
Famous French painter Edgar Degas, a realist and an impressionist, loved to paint the Opéra de Paris: the stage, the dressing rooms, the dance studio, the dancers, the orchestra, and the audiences regularly appear in the artist's work throughout his career, from the beginning of the 1860s until his death in 1917. The Musée d'Orsay is for the first time devoting an exhibition to the theme of 'Degas at the Opera'