Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris opened its doors in 1928 and was named after the reigning king of England.
It offered a luxurious stay for all its guests and has continued doing so until today.
You will find the hotel very extravagant. With all the tapestries, crystal chandeliers, as well as flower displays. Also, the hotel also offers an artistic touch with its curated artworks displayed throughout the property.
The hotel rooms and suites are in the classic Louis XV style. Many of which have private terraces overlooking the city.
Rooms are equipped with an interactive TV, a CD/DVD player, and library. There is also an espresso machine, a safe, minibar, and in-room bread toasting services.
Even more, rooms also boast “made in France” chocolates, salted caramels, and gourmandizes. And since rooms are huge, there’s enough space for a coffee table, comfortable armchairs, and vintage-styled stationery.
Furthermore, the hotel offers a spa center with the top of the line treatments. There is also a 17m swimming pool, a fitness room, a hair salon. Plus, private terraces that boast a stunning view of the city. They also have meeting and banquet facilities for gatherings and events.
Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris prides itself on housing 3 restaurants, all of which are recognized by the Michelin Award.
Guests can dine in at Le Cinq, a 3-Michelin Star restaurant which serves delicious classic French cuisine. If you like traditional French dishes with a contemporary touch, you can head on to L’Orangerie.
Craving Mediterranean dishes? Head on to Le George and enjoy light Mediterranean cuisine. Cap it all off with cocktails and light meals at the hotel’s Le Bar, where its windows open to the famous Avenue George V.