Explore FS George V
At the centrally located Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris, you will be rubbing elbows with celebrity guests, and it's easy to see why. This 1928 Art Deco hotel is one of Paris's finest. It has superior service, luxurious rooms, and 18th- and 19th-century antiques and art throughout. It is also one of the only hotels in the world that offer two Michelin-star restaurants.While staying at the Four Seasons Hotel George V, be sure to stop and smell the roses... literally. World-renowned artistic director, Jeff Leatham, spends more time and money on the hotel's floral arrangements than does any other hotel in the world. He compliments the hotel's decor with over 12,000 blooms that are delivered from Amsterdam weekly. He also changes the floral theme every three weeks. Each day his staff works on refreshing the two dozen major floral displays and 150 smaller displays throughout the hotel. The attention to detail in this property's floral design is not to be missed.
This location is in the lap of luxury, right on the edge of Paris's prestigious and affluent Golden Triangle. It is steps from the historic Avenue des Champs-Élysées, frequently described as the world's most beautiful avenue. Shop the couture boutiques of Avenue Montaigne in the other direction. And you're close enough to the Eiffel Tower that the suites have unobstructed views of it.
Choose from one of 244 rooms or 59 suites in this large hotel. The deluxe rooms are amongst the largest in all of Paris at 538 square feet. Need more space? The Premier Suites are up to 1,450 square feet. Splurge for the even larger penthouse suite, and you can have 360-degree views of Paris.
Who is it for
Anybody who wants to experience the fine Parisian life with two Michelin-star restaurants on-site, including Le Cinq (3 Michelin-stars) and the more informal L'Orangerie (1 Michelin star). Couples will love this centrally located hotel on the Golden Triangle, with plenty of haute boutiques to wander. Families will appreciate interconnecting rooms, on-site babysitting, kid-sized robe and slippers for amenities, and kid menus in the restaurants.
Amenities & Activities
Take a tour of the Le Cinq restaurant's wine cellar. This wine cellar used to be a rock quarry used to build the Arc de Triomphe, and now boasts a collection of over 50,000 bottles of wine, some dating back to the Second World War, and prize vintages that are centuries old. Spoil yourself at Le Spa, or work off morning croissants at the fitness center or lap pool. Le Spa also has a unique Parisian mosaic hammam bath and an 86-degree vitality soaking pool.