Hotel De Sers
What it is
A colorful hideaway overlooking the Eiffel Tower with a terrace restaurant and an atrium bar that feels like a secret garden.
What it isn't
Equipped with a full spa (there is a sauna and hammam). But darling, you’re in Paris—you don’t need one.
What we think
Tucked inside a 19th century maison, the Hôtel de Sers feels a little like something that’s too rare in Paris: a well kept secret. With only 52 rooms, it’s buzzing and sceney, yet welcoming. Guest rooms are artful, moody and colorful, with hues that range from supple brown leathers, nearly Mattel pinks and rich, bold blacks. The 215 square foot Superior Room is all one needs in Paris; a few of them are even equipped with a balcony (cue Emily in Paris fantasies now). To live like a modern day Napoleon, book the Executive Suite; it sleeps four and has a fully separate living room within its 430 square foot floor plan. Our favorite option? The aptly named Eiffel Suite, which has (you guessed it) a view of the 1887 Eiffel Tower from the private terrace.
You're here because
It’s less known (read: less overly crowded) than other hotels yet within a quick stroll of everything you came to see.
At the hotel’s locally beloved restaurant, the best regional produce is the star of the show. Tonight’s indulgence: a corn cream soup with coconut milk and pimento, and red mullet with hazelnut studded parsnip puree and herbal coulis. Oui, oui.
Restaurants & Bars
The Restaurant de Sers - Offers modern French cuisine prepared from carefully selected products
S’Bar - Elegant and contemporary jazz bar
Within the Champs-Élysées, just a two block walk from Musée Yves Saint Laurent.