Hotel Sezz opened its doors in 2005 and it combines design and
technology with a highly personalized service. Located a few steps from
the Passy metro station and the Eiffel Tower in a calm residential area
of the 16th arrondissement at the foot of the Butte de Passy. You'll
find the Sezz at avenue Fremiet, in the center of the triangle formed by
the Eiffel Tower, the Trocadero gardens, and the Allee des Cygnes.
Christophe Pillet has created a dramatic and stylish space, with noble material, specially designed furniture combined with
contrasting tones exude a cosmopolitan and zen-like atmosphere. It is a
hotel that would turn heads in Milan or Barcelona and looks all the more
surprising in staid old Paris.
Once through the doors, it’s another world, one dressed not in the
flashy whimsy of a Starck, but in Pillet’s own original style, a
black-and-red futuristic boudoir chic. Walls of exposed grey stone
convey a subterranean atmosphere. Public spaces include the first Veuve
Clicquot champagne bar in Paris, certain to become one of the city’s
most in-demand nightspots, and a jacuzzi, hammam and massage room in the
basement, for when that oversized soaking tub isn’t doing the trick.