Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris in Paris, France
Just steps from the Champs-Elysées, The Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris epitomizes Old World luxury in the City of Light. This landmark 1928 building showcases a longstanding tradition of sophisticated luxury, from its lovingly restored 17th-century tapestries to its private terraces that command views of all the city. Drawing on classic French culinary techniques, Le Cinq offers one of the finest dining experiences in the city, while Le Bar provides a sublime setting for intimate conversation and drinks with friends.
As you stroll the streets of Paris, you will find yourselves seduced by the sights and sounds that have enchanted artists and poets for centuries: jazz in the St. Germain-des-Prés, Bohemian painters in the square at Sacre Coeur, and Impressionist masterpieces at the Musee d'Orsay. Out of town, you might visit the charming medieval town of Senlis and the Champagne region. And for pampering Parisian-style, indulge at The Spa, with its relaxing treatments and swimming pool surrounded by a magnificent trompe l'oeil of the gardens of Versailles.
Location of Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris
Nearest Airport: CDG
Amenities for Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris
- General Information
- 245 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Cultural Classes
- Meeting Rooms
- Historic Sites
- Train Station
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris
Totally enjoyed our stay here!! The rooms are beautiful, the staff are very helpful, the food was fabulous, the hotel was breathtaking. Business center was somewhat difficult to use because screen kept coming up in french. Note that there were only two computers in the business center!
judy s - Detroit, Michigan
This hotel is really outstanding. Itâ€™s one of those things that justifies itâ€™s price. Fabulous spa. Beautiful decor. Warm, attentive staff. It fully deserves itâ€™s reputation as the best hotel in Paris if not the world in itâ€™s category.
jybass - Weston, Florida
We had a reservation in the restaurant and it was impossible to have a drink before dinner. After spending over 2,000 euros on dinner, they still refused to let us have a drink in the bar although there was space. When we ordered an Uber, we tried one more time and then they told us the bar was closing. This was just minutes after we were refused a drink, claiming people had been waiting hours for the table we wanted. Never again
You may have heard many people explaining how gorgeous and attentive this place is, but in my experience, nothing can really prepare you for the wholesome and brilliant environment you step into when you enter the Four Seasons Hotel George V. I had dreamed of staying here since I was about 13 years of age, inspired by the excellence in design, amenities and service to perfection that we have all heard of. It took quite a few years and a lot of wishful thinking to finally stay here for the first time, and regardless of how high my expectations were (mostly out of excitement), they were met and considerably surpassed by everyone we encountered. Our experience started with pre-arrival arrangements, you can make requests and plan your arrival via the Four Seasons app, the hotel has an excellent chat feature that allows you to order anything, from arrival transfers and airport assistance, to in-house amenities, shoe shine order, room service, anything you can think of. On the day of our arrival, I received a welcome message offering me to check-in via the app, so that we could go from the car to the room in a matter of minutes. Since I wanted to have the entire experience, I bypassed this option and decided to go to their front desk. Upon arrival, we were greeted by three porters (who took our bags and we did not see them again until we arrived in the room). We were escorted to the front desk and the wonderful receptionist Julie greeted us in an impeccable and warm attentive manner, told us the room would be ready in about 20 minutes. She kindly offered us to wait in La Galerie and we were greeted by Estelle, who offered us a glass of Laurent Perrier RosÃ© champagne (compliments of the hotel) while we waited for our room to be ready. Time really does stand still with all the elegance surrounding you there, live music, people-watching. Shortly after, both Julie and Daniela (Manager on Duty) came to greet us again and informed that Julie would escort us to our room. On the way to the room, you cannot help but pace slowly and take in all the floral arrangements (by Jeff Leatham) and the beautiful dÃ©cor everywhere. Soon after we had arrived to the room (603), as Julie opened the door for us, we were greeted by the first of MANY surprises that day. As we walked through the door, Julie informed us that we had been upgraded two room categories and into a Four Seasons Suite....needless to say I was speechless. A perfectly decorated living room with antiques and shelves adorned with photos and books as if you were walking into a home away from home, through the first set of doors onto the bedroom, with a massive comfortable King bed, a walk-in closet and expansive marble bathroom featuring Bvlgari bath amenities. Two balconies (smoking areas by the way) overlooking the hotel's marble courtyard were even a perfect place to sit and watch the city over sunset. On the living room table, they had arranged a massive array of welcome amenities, a bowl of fresh fruit, large Evian, a bottle of champagne, a chocolate Eiffel tower and a fountain of macaroons, accompanied by a welcome note from Pedro Deakin, Hotel Manager. It was beyond perfect and we then enjoyed these amenities while exploring the room, listening to music and enjoying this dream coming true. We didn't explore too many of the areas of the hotel as their spa and pool areas are closed for refurbishments until June 2018. However, they have opened a pop-up spa and they also have partnered with the Bains de LÃ©a (nearby) if you wish to have access to a pool. Later that evening, we had dinner reservations at Le George, one of the three Michelin-starred restaurants at the FSP. I do have to say my husband and I are avid fans of Chef Simone Zanoni, so we chose that restaurant for the second time as we had previously tried it during lunchtime a few months back. The dinner atmosphere at Le George is very special; it is a beautiful restaurant (interior designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon), and even though it is quite elegant, it's more of a chic attitude, the music and the overall feel of the place in the evening is more inviting than we could have imagined. It is a Michelin-star restaurant without the stiff feeling that you sometimes would expect! It's such an inviting and approachable experience. A very special thank you to Louise, Gabriele and especially chef Zanoni, who welcomed us for a culinary tour de force with a tasting menu (very well worth it, absolutely recommend it!), followed by a quick visit to the kitchen to see the team work their magic. If you have a chance to meet chef Zanoni, you will understand why this restaurant is so special; you can feel his passion for cuisine and innovation flow through what he does, and he is a very kind and happy-spirited man. During dinner, we again used the hotel app to request turndown service while we were out of the room. Upon coming back to the room, we found the lights dimmed, the bed turned down with bed mats and slippers on each side of the bed, small bottles of water, but what made this even more special was that we also found a gift in the living room; the exceptional Julie had personally sent us an Ambre-scented candle with a note. We thought this was such an exceptional detail! The next morning we were flying out of Paris early, therefore we didn't have a chance to try the breakfast so no comments there, sadly! We asked for our luggage to be retrieved from the room (via the app again) and even the check-out was smooth and pleasant. The receptionist (which I have to apologize I cannot remember her name) after handing us the invoice, walked us out to the car, followed by the porter, wished us a safe return, hoping we would visit again soon. I believe I can summarize by telling you that the Four Seasons Hotel George V is brilliant in each and every way; and what makes it so special is the staff, how attentive and detail-driven they are. It makes you believe that they are a team that is only satisfied when they have gone the extra mile to make you feel completely welcomed at the Palace. In other words, it's very much like visiting a (wealthy) friend abroad and being in a home rather than a hotel. Sure, it comes at a premium but believe me, it is worth every Euro. We will definitely try to be back soon as the experience remains in your heart and mind after you have visited. If you cannot stay in the hotel, definitely try one of their restaurants, afternoon tea or a drink in the marble courtyard; the marvelous thing about the FS Hotel George V (in my opinion) is that whilst it is indeed one of the few luxury "Palace" Hotels in Paris, it is also very far from being rigid or intimidating, it is the most comfortable and modern luxury we have experienced. Thank you to everyone we met there and see you soon!
pela86 - Reykjavik, Iceland
There is no greater complete hotel experience anywhere in the world!! The staff in every area are dedicated to providing the guest with their very best effort for a flawless stay. The bar and the restaurants offer the finest culinary delights. If your lucky enough to get a room with a view of the Eiffel Tower there is no reason to ever leave the George V!!!!
Tim S - Torch Lake, Michigan, United States