Four Seasons Hotel George V

Paris, France

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    An elegant palace to match the beauty of Paris itself

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    An elegant palace to match the beauty of Paris itself

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    An elegant palace to match the beauty of Paris itself

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    An elegant palace to match the beauty of Paris itself

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    An elegant palace to match the beauty of Paris itself

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    An elegant palace to match the beauty of Paris itself

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    An elegant palace to match the beauty of Paris itself

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    An elegant palace to match the beauty of Paris itself

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    An elegant palace to match the beauty of Paris itself

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    An elegant palace to match the beauty of Paris itself

Why we choose Four Seasons Hotel George V

Opening the doors to this hotel instantly transports you to an opulent sanctuary where all five senses are engaged

  • Best culinary destination in Europe: The 2017 Michelin Guide has collectively crowned the restaurants Le Cinq, Le George and L’Orangerie at the acclaimed Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris with a total of five Michelin stars, making them the first luxury hotel in Europe to be home to three Michelin-starred restaurants
  • Wine cellar experience: Director of Le Cinq restaurant and Vice-Champion of the world’s best sommelier championship in 1998, Eric Beaumard welcomes guests to an exceptional wine tasting in George V’s very own Wine Cellar. Beaumard gives expert commentary on the tastes behind the three different wines: red, white, and champagne. This experience is offered exclusively for hotel guests 3 times a week, as a privileged way to discover one of the most beautiful wine cellars in Paris and to share it with one of the most astonishing sommeliers of the world
  • A perfect location: Just steps from the Champs-Elysées, in the heart of the famous Golden Triangle of Paris, this grand luxury hotel sits in an original 1928 landmark Art Deco building offering an exquisite art collection. The redecorated rooms and suites create the unique atmosphere of luxurious Parisian apartments, including stunning views from numerous terraces
  • Private apartment collection: The hotel has unveiled their new collection of suites designed in the style of a private Parisian apartment. The glamourous collection of rooms and suites are constantly growing with contemporary art and craftsmanship to add the finishing touches to the superb design. The redesigned spaces are flooded with natural light to illuminate the sophisticated elegant com-bination of modern and classical materials

When you think of Paris, you probably think of haute cuisine, glamour and romance. The Four Seasons Hotel George V has all of that and more. As for the staff, “intuitive service” is thrown around a lot, and it must mean “highly attentive but not obnoxious” because that’s what we’ve found at George V.

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What you need to know about the hotel

A sophisticated and classical Louis XVI style with an Art Deco façade with a beautiful Spa inspired by Marie Antoinette

  • Pop up spa: Situated on the 4th floor of the hotel, the Pop Up Spa by Jeff Leatham welcomes its guests with four refined and captivating treatment rooms, a nail and hair salon as well as a fitness room. An intimate place for a relaxing moment. Please note that the swimming pool, sauna and hammam are currently under renovation to better welcome you in 2018!
  • The red carpet experience at La Galerie: Both the heart and soul of the Hotel, La Galerie lounge showcases beautiful Flemish tapestries, 19th-century paintings and furniture, as well as many exquisite objets d'art. The atmosphere is of elegance and genuine peace, highlighted by live piano playing from 3:00 pm. This is the best spot for people-watching, intimate conversation and light fare.
  • Signature flowers: World renowned Artistic Director Jeff Leatham has been spreading his floral arrangements throughout the hotel for over 16 years. Leatham creates a new theme every month, refreshing and embellishing his floral arrangements with 12,000 in 10 key lobby compositions and all public areas as well as 150 smaller bouquets which are placed on tables and consoles throughout the hotel. Breathtaking and omnipresent, the “art” of Jeff Leatham has no equal

This is one of the famed “palaces” of Paris for the stylish and well-heeled, where people may come for the luxurious ambiance but stay for the buzz that envelops them upon arrival. What you’ll get: fantastic service, sumptuous guestrooms and suites, an exquisite art collection, transporting food and wine and the top-of-the-line technology—all just a short walk from the Champs Elysées. You’d expect phenomenal amenities in a hotel of this caliber, and you won’t be disappointed.

Where is it and what's nearby

Settle into one of the most illustrious areas of the city, where the best of everything is steps away

  • The Golden Triangle scene includes high-fashion boutiques like Jean-Paul Gaultier, Givenchy, Christian Dior, Emmanuel Ungaro and Chanel. Where to start?
  • The Louvre gets all the love, but the exceptional Musée d’Orsay features 19th century greats like Monet, Renoir, Gauguin and Degas
  • Within walking distance is the Arc de Triomphe, commissioned by Napoleon himself, which provides sweeping views of the city

It’s Paris, so anywhere you stay is going to have some advantages. But the Four Seasons Hotel George V has managed to pack most of the city’s pros into one exclusive location. For starters, the elite Golden Triangle is a shopper’s paradise. But the hotel is also close to Parisian icons like Avenue des Champs-Elysées and the River Seine. Whether you’re in town for the dining, shopping, art or history, it would be hard to improve upon this location.

How to enjoy Paris

From the iron pinnacle of the Eiffel Tower, to the white stone domes of the Sacre Coeur and the multi-colored pipes of the Centre Pompidou, Paris is not short of iconic and instantly recognizable architecture

  • The Louvre is a must, though be warned it is staggeringly huge, you could easily spend a day, a week, mooching through its echoing galleries
  • For art on a more intimate scale, visit the Musée Rodin: the sculptor’s exquisite mansion is home to The Kiss and sits within gorgeous gardens
  • Head out of town to visit the Château de Versailles where the treaty that ended the First World War was signed in the lavish Hall of Mirrors

To feel the essence of Parisian romance, explore the winding, lantern-lit streets of the Marais, and sample the menus of Art Deco bistros and restaurants that twinkle below their Michelin stars. For cobbled alleys and stairways you’ll want to photograph, head to Montmartre. When your feet begin to complain, continue sightseeing from the comfort of a Bateau Mouche and enjoy the river-eye view of Nôtre Dame and Pont Neuf.

To truly indulge in the art and joy of shopping, you really need to step inside the Galeries Lafayette. The wares of this upmarket department store are stunning, but browsing can be tough when your eyes keep being drawn to the fabulous domed atrium and lavish balconies. For prêt-à-porter chic, head to rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, where you’ll find France’s leading fashion labels including Chanel, Hermès and Dior.

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    When to visit Paris

    Visit in July to witness the spectacle of the Tour de France when the city’s most famous street, les Champs-Élysées is transformed into a race track for lycra-clad skinny men. The party atmosphere throughout the city is palpable – the French love their cycling – and the final stage of the greatest cycle race on earth is celebrated by all.

  • We say

    If you stay here once, it’s never enough. You will return.

  • A word from the hotel

    I love walking guests though our exceptional cellar, counting no less than 50,000 bottles, while they taste a few exceptional wines with foie gras and listen to wine stories.
    Eric Beaumard, Restaurant Director

  • Did you know

    The stone quarried beneath the Four Seasons George V which today is the wine cellar was used to build the Arc de Triomphe.

  • Awards and accolades

    The Four Seasons Hotel George V restaurant, Le Cinq, has been awarded 2 Michelin stars.

  • Awards and accolades

    Best Hotel Spa in Europe in 2014 by Travel and Leisure

  • We say

    An afternoon aperitif or tea is great for people watching.

  • A word from the hotel

    Concierge is by definition here to do the impossible, the Golden Keys holders opening all doors.
    Roderick Levejac, Concierge

  • A word from the hotel

    Enjoy one of my signature dishes, the Grey Partridge Mallard and Grouse Pithiviers. The idea came from memories of cooking with my grandma as a child.
    Eric Briffard, Executive Chef

  • Awards and accolades

    The Four Seasons Hotel George V is a member of Condé Nast Traveler’s Platinum Circle, having featured in the Gold List for five consecutive years.


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