Hotel de Sers*****

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    Panoramic Suite

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    Panoramic Suite

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  • Junior Suite

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  • Deluxe Room

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  • De Sers Restaurant

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    De Sers Restaurant

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Hotel de Sers***** 41 Avenue Pierre 1er de Serbie 75008 Paris fr

In 1880, Henri-Léopold Charles, marquis de Sers, and his wife, purchased a plot of land a stone’s throw away from the avenue des Champs Elysées in Paris, in order to build a private mansion house.

In the early twentieth century, the Hôtel de Sers became a nursing establishment. This led the Hôtel de Sers to become a hotel de voyageur in 1935.

Since, the Hôtel de Sers has always welcomed people who travel the world.

In 2002, the owner decided to renovate the Hotel de Sers and chose an eclectic decoration. Space and light enhanced the 45 rooms and 7 suites & gorgeous apartment; discreet luxury with contemporary design has been chosen. In 2009, all these efforts bring to the Hotel de Sers its 5th Star.

A design combining Contemporary with a Classical style...

Towards the porch, a monumental engraved glass wall gives way to a twenty-two metre long gallery. This gallery, a theatrical space whose original plaster has been simply restored, links the four functions of the hotel: the reception area, rather discreet, the restored monumental staircase leading to the “noble floor” of the original mansion house, then the private spaces of the rooms, accessible via a duplex of lifts located at the heart of the new complex, above which is a library-lounge.

The furniture is designed to be perfectly integrated into the volumes.

In all the 45 rooms and 7 suites we can notice figures of important personalities from the 18th and 19th Century. On these 7 suites, 2 have the appellation of “panoramic suites” which is due to an amazing view of Paris and it’s monuments from a beautiful terrace.  Ultimate in luxury, The Hotel de Sers contains also a beautiful apartment of 80 square meters, very cosy and comfortable to recreate an atmosphere of “home sweet home”. In 2012, the architect Christophe Daudré has been chosen to redecorate the rooms.

The Hotel de Sers knows how to match the French classic style with modernity; we can find all the high tech equipment to respond to traveller’s requirements. The Hotel also provides a range of different services of high quality such as a fitness centre, a sauna, a hammam, a jogging track, Valet service, a laundry and room service 24 hours on 24h.   

A beautiful gourmet establishment

The restaurant is entirely designed by Marina Bessé, member of the group Bessé Signature and who is fond of fashion, who decided to make it a bright space and trendy place. The Chef Christophe Hay delivers a cuisine mainly from biological products, which he selects very attentively from French producers. His menu changes according to the seasons and can be appreciated in the modern atmosphere of the restaurant, as well as in the cosy Salon Signature: a heated closed patio in winter which becomes a sunny terrace from April to October.

Christophe Hay created a 100% Organic Sunday Brunch to enjoy with friends or family. After-work events are also regularly taking place (Astro-Cosmo, Jazz, Glamour…). Another nice surprise, the chief propose a menu composed of 3 different kinds of caviar, highlighted with a cup of Champagne!

With its sense of service and an ideal location nearby the Champs Elysées, the Hôtel de Sers seduces international and exigent guests, and became a real lucky charm hotel.


  • By plane

Aéroport RoissyCharles de Gaulle : 45 minutes
Aéroport d'Orly : 45 minutes

  • By train

Gare du Nord : 15 minutes

  • Urbans transports

Subway : George V
Bus : Ligne 32 and 73


Hôtel de Sers*****
41 Avenue Pierre 1er de Serbie
75008 Paris

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