Ratings based on 22 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.7 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Indiana, USA
An absolute JEM!Posted Jul 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
This has to be the best place to stay in Paris - walking distance to the Eiffel tower, nearby shopping, and Champs de Elysees. The hotel itself is a contemporary art deco hotel. Small lobby and no actual front check in desk - I was taken back a bit - the service is individualized and personal - the staff are all very professional speak many different languages and on top of that they don't have typical set roles as in other BIG hotels - they all do everything! Best concierge service in Paris! The room itself was gorgeous - very hard to find rooms this big in Paris - King bed - big bathroom with tub - simply luxurious!
for Everyoneby Silly n Huck from PA, USA
The only good thing about ParisPosted Jun 30, 2013
Location: Walking distance to food, Eiffel Tower. Not a busy place like the rest of the city
We had a horrible experience in Paris, late planes, botched dinner reservations, flooded roads..but we got a warm welcome from the staff, options to relax, a wonderful room and it was the best part of our stay!! Multi-lingual, compassionate and so welcoming!! Recommend to anyone! The rooms are great and so are the items inside :)
for Business Travelersby Tiger from Washington DC
Great Hotel, Great servicePosted Apr 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
This hotel was a real find in Paris. It was near my conference center, and near the metro, shops and food. Very very nice staff.
Recommendedby Don T.
Great hotel, super clean, modern, quiet, friendlyPosted Dec 16, 2012 on Hotels.com
I really liked this hotel. The staff was super friendly. The room was a decent size (for a paris hotel), everything was modern, worked great, comfortable bed, super quiet with double-paned windows. It was super close to the Eiffel Tower, but on the flipside, that also means that it's not in the center of town either. If you're ok with taking taxi's everywhere, it's really great, but if you're one of those "i must walk everywhere" type of people, you'll find that being by the Eiffel Tower is just a little away from where you always end up at night, for some reason. I'll stay there again the next time i'm in Paris!
for Everyoneby Greg & Janelle from Darwin, Australia
Great Staff Great HotelPosted Oct 28, 2012
Hotel was in a great location, very close to Eiffel Tower best view of the tower from the bridge just up the road from hotel. Last hotel to stay in before our return home after 6 weeks traveling thru France & Italy we stayed in some pretty nice hotels and Hotel Sezz was up there with the best. Could'nt fault anything with our stay Great Hotel, Great Location and service from reception staff was excellent will be returning on our next trip.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Amazing HotelPosted Aug 10, 2012 on Hotels.com
We loved staying at Hotel Sezz. We travel a lot and have been wanting to try Hotel Sezz for quite a while for our return to Paris. The reviews led us to believe that the Hotel Sezz was a little "off the beaten path", but to our surprise; we found it to be SO convenient!!!! The subway is just steps away to anywhere we needed to go in Paris and the Eiffel Tower was minutes away "on foot". The hotel was beautiful, staff was so attentive and pleasant and the rooms were very cool, comfortable and clean. We look forward to our return to Paris AND to Hotel Sezz!!!!!!!!!!
Romantic weekend!Posted Jun 21, 2012 on Hotels.com
We had an amazing weekend stay with Hotel Sezz. The hotel staff where do friendly and helpful. The perfect place to relax after a day sight seeing in Paris!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Washington
Professional staff, clean, modernPosted May 14, 2012
Pros: Very Professional staff, very nice greeting and check-in process, beautiful modern hotel, amenities
Location: Easy walk to the Eiffel tower and Passy metro station. It's nice to see a neighborhood versus an area with primarily tourists. Was very safe and clean
The best hotel staff - very responsive and attentive without pretense. We appreciated the modern clean environment of the hotel, room, and spa. This is the largest hotel room we've yet experienced in Europe - more than enough room. Nice neighborhood/surrounding area - pleasant surprise when my husband and I were invited to a dinner by locals. Had a minor injury, and the local pharmacy was helpful and comforting. Nice to see the Eiffel Tower upon first lighting in the evening, and then be able to safely and quickly walk back to the hotel.
Not Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
Couples beware...Posted Feb 27, 2012 on Hotels.com
This Hotel came highly recommended for romantic week-ends away (including Mr & Mrs Smith guide). There was one major flaw, as far as we were concerned: the bathtub could not fit 2 people. Maybe it was just that one room, but it kind of ruined the whole thing, since we were celebrating our anniversary. All other hotels we've booked in Paris which were recommended as ideal 'couple getaways' offered this feature as standard, so we did not even think about double-checking. Whilst the area (Passy) is a very pleasant neighbourhood and there is a tube station nearby, the hotel is not centrally located. Getting from Gare du Nord or Charles De Gaule Airport to the hotel takes ages (and many interchanges if you happen to be travelling by tube). Other than that, the rooms are very clean, the design is pleasant (if not really off the beaten track) and the streets very quiet. What finished to convince us that we would not be returning to hotel Sezz is the door-slamming and loud chatting of the staff at 9.00 a.m. One would assume that Hotel Sezz's team would know that people visiting Paris would try and enjoy the parisian nightlife and that, having thus returned late to the hotel, they might want to lie in a bit later in the morning, especially on a Sunday? For the same price, you can easily find centrally located hotels (whirpool in the private bedroom included, if you so fancy :-) ), so why bother with this one?
for Everyoneby Bobbie from London, UK
Long weekend at SezzPosted Feb 21, 2012
Pros: ~Relaxed atmosphere and friendly staff
Cons: Difficult to read in bed - very low headboard and small pillows.
Location: Great location - just off main avenue so little or no traffic noise.
Had room on my own but would not particularly want to be observed through glass wall into bathroom if I were accompanied. Something to think about for the less extrovert amongst us. Staff were very obliging and helpful. Would like breakfast to be a little cheaper - 30 euro bit much although there was a huge choice of very nice, freshly prepared food and this is Paris. Quiet location. Very nice part of Paris and would certainly go back