Hotel de Sers is a boutique hotel that I recommend for first-time Paris visitors looking for an intimate, historic stay with iconic views.
I’ve stayed at a few of the five French-run B Signature hotels in Paris, and also in St. Barth, where the luxury boutique brand also operates.
I think each of the B Signature properties in Paris have their own personality, and I find them to be well-priced considering the high level of service, size of the rooms, bathroom amenities, and breakfast spreads.
My favorite is Hotel de Sers, a five-star hotel in a fancy part of Paris known for shopping near the famed Avenue Montaigne, Ave George V, and Rue Francois 1er.
The hotel is in a former mansion of the Marquis de Sers, for which it is named. I’m a fan of its contemporary French furnishings, framed art, and intimate spaces that I think make it feel more like a private member’s club than a hotel.
Guest rooms have headboards styled with large scale music sheet and microphone imagery, plus bright throw pillows, hanging pendant lights, and tufted leather benches. I think the Eiffel Suite is Hotel de Sers’ most impressive room category, however, with a separate living area, wood-accent walls, and marble bathrooms.
The room has unobstructed Eiffel Tower views from many different angles in the suite, including its oversized terraces, but perhaps more notably, from its clawfoot tub.