The Marquis de Sers entrusted his project to the architect Jules Pellechet, who designed a four-storey building with a classic facade, dotted with numerous windows. Inside, the spaces were laid out very functionally.
An entrance for horse-drawn carriages leading directly to the monumental staircase. An internal courtyard leading to the stables and a ground floor reserved for the service rooms. The first floor was divided into an ante-chamber, salon and dining room while the upper floors were reserved for the bedrooms and servants’ quarters.
At the beginning of the 20th century, Hotel De Sers became a healthcare establishment. In thirties architectural style, the building was raised to four floors, and a six-storey building was added in the courtyard, with the internal spaces redesigned to equip each room with a toilet.
After this refit, in 1935 Hotel De Sers became a traveller’s hotel. Ever since, it has been welcoming travellers from around the world. Refurbished and restored, it has now resumed it original vocation: that of a discreetly luxurious ‘home’, comfortable and warm, in a capital city of timeless beauty.