Palace George V
The Four Seasons George V in Paris has obtained its Palace title in 2011 and thus joins the ranks of the jewels of Parisian hotels (the Park Hyatt Paris Vendôme, the Plaza Athénée, the Meurice, and the Bristol). All that remains is to wait until the construction work on the neighboring hotel ends in order to find a bit of calm.
Constructed in 1928 in an Art deco styled building, thee Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris offers 244 rooms and suites, an impressive collection of art, and several restaurants, all within a stone’s throw from the Champs-Élysées. And the unmatched Four Seasons service ensures an unforgettable stay.
The Musts of the George V Hotel
- Introduction to the hotel’s floral art
- The gourmet restaurant
- A spectacle for the eyes
- Unparalleled service
In addition to these, this palace does everything to meet the expectations of its highly demanding clientele, from athletic installations, a luxurious spa, to a business center with high-tech equipment.
The Michelin-Starred Le Cinq
A winner of two Michelin stars, the restaurant Le Cinq offers a sumptuous dining area arrayed in bright and golden tones. Its expansive casement windows offer a remarkable view on the elegant inner Courtyard of Marble. The table drapes, porcelain service, and silverware have been specially designed for this legendary hotel.
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