Hôtel de Sers All the charm of a private townhouse
The building has had different incarnations. At first, in the 19th century, Tit was one of the homes of the Marquis de Sers. Later, in 1935, it became a hotel. Today, the 5-star establishment again pays tribute to its former owner. While preserving the building’s historical nature and layouts, architect Thomas Vidalenc has focused on light in the 52 spacious rooms and suites.Their contemporary designer decoration in three shades – blue, gold and brown – suggests all the charm of a private townhouse. The hotel also has a bistronomic French restaurant and a gym, sauna and steam bath where guests can relax, before returning to their rooms and admiring the unforgettable views of Paris, especially of the Eiffel Tower.