The moment I walked into Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, I felt as if I had just walked into the most perfect Parisian fairy tale. The luxurious and elegant atmosphere is just as perfect as its location, just steps away from the famous Champs-Elysées. Built in 1928, the hotel offers 244 luxury hotel guest rooms and three incredible restaurants, Le Cinq, Le George and L’Orangerie, making it one of the most iconic hotels in Paris.
The Four Seasons Paris is a stand out hotel for many reasons but one of the greatest reasons is due to the fresh floral designs by Four Seasons Hotel George V Artistic Director Jeff Leatham that fill the hotel year round. Roaming around the hotel lobby and its hallways, you get the feeling that your walking through a botanical garden.
From check in to check out, the staff at Four Seasons George V go out of their way to make your stay as memorable and comfortable as possible.
Le Galerie Lounge
19th-century furniture and art pieces surround guests in this lounge located in the heart of the hotel. Complete with a pianist, who plays every day from 3:00 pm, making La Galerie the ultimate meeting place.
I had the pleasure of staying in the Deluxe Room which is the largest standard guest rooms in Paris and it is absolutely perfect, complete with stunning views of Tour Eiffel from both of my windows. More than just a standard hotel room, the Deluxe made me feel as if I were staying in a Parisian apartment.
If breakfast is included in your rate, you can opt to have it delivered to your room or enjoy the experience in the L’Orangerie restaurant.
The Penthouse Suite
This suite has one of the most stunning terrace views I’ve ever seen and the room itself is exquisite with a light and airy feel to it thanks the natural light from the windows that surround the room.
Photo of me captured by talented Parisian photographer Marc Nouss
This suite is home to one of my favorite bath tubs. Just look at how grand the marble is! The amazing marble and Baccarat crystal bathrooms offer a rain shower and a Turkish bath. I also loved the classic Parisian terrace and beautiful contemporary artworks spread throughout this suite.
L’Orangerie is where you can opt to have breakfast instead of in room dining. The spread was absolutely gorgeous and the room is light and airy with exquisite mother of pearl tile throughout.
The three-Michelin-star Le Cinq is an exquisite classic French culinary experience.
Lunch at Le George was perfection, I absolutely loved my experience here so much that I ended up staying here for about 2 hours! The most beautiful pink orchids line the windows with a view of the perfect courtyard from the conservatory of Le George. The dining room itself is also perfection with soft gray and creme tones oozing with Parisian elegance. I had the pleasure of meeting Le George’s amazing Italian chef, Simone Zanoni and even got to learn how to make pasta from scratch!
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I was invited to experience Four Seasons Paris as guest. As always, all opinions are my own.