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Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris

/ Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris
Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris


Country: France

City: Paris

Address: 31 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France

Phone number: +33149527000


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Full of fresh, flavorful options, @fsparis 's Le Geor...
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Only the very best at The Four Seasons Hotel George V, Pa...
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This is not just a hotel , it is a LANDMARK and one of a ...
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Beautiful #renovation of the #spa at the iconic #fourseas...
Sooooooo lovely flowers at Four Seasons Hotel George Ⅴ Paris
Sooooooo lovely flowers at Four Seasons Hotel George Ⅴ Paris


My favorit hotel in thr whole world!
Excellent service! Outstanding restaurant in a perfect setting.The team is very service oriented and aligned in pleasing their customers. All starts with the wonderful flowere arangements in the lobby.
Review by martinrichenhagen

Source: www.tripadvisor.ru

Lounge area
Winter wonderland still in effect. The ambiance is overwhelming and beautiful. Relax and take in the displays of flowers in the lobby topped off with a refreshing drink in the lounge. Each server is with a smile and a kind welcome. Can not go wrong
Review by 183johnt

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The best of the best
I thought I had stayed at several fine hotels around the world but this one is now tied for my favorite. Only the Dorchester in London equals this type of service and beauty. I won’t try to explain away the prices because they are outrageous but you get what you pay for in every way shape and form
Review by NegrilAnnie

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consistently deilvers
The George V delivers again. What sets this hotel apart is the service! They really pay attention. It is a city hotel though....I have stayed here several times, and sometimes get a renovated room, which is more up to date (bathroom, fixtures etc). The decor is classic French and lovely throughout. It is a very expensive place though. And for 1200 euros a night, they should have heated towel racks in the bathroom and hotter water throughout the hotel. They have just opened a refurbished spa...which is GORGEOUS, so don't forget your swimsuit
Review by Oprah47

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The most wonderful time of the year
We spent another holiday season by the Four seasons George V, and it's spending the most wonderful time of the year in the most wonderful hotel in Paris.

The amazing staff that no words can describe, the holiday decor, the daily sweets and treats in the room, all made us feel like royalty again.

And now with the four seasons cutting edge technology app, you can text all your requests and the wonderful team will respond right away.

We can't wait to come again.
Review by Ben B

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Great hotel and best location in Paris
I like four seasons hotels, regardless the city you get what you expect in terms of quality, location and the staff.

If I can critize George V I dont like smoking in the restaurant which is not something you expect in Michellin awarded restaurant (but it is France where is it unfortunately still normal).
Review by GuestPrg

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A dream game true!
I love to discover new hotels and therefor Paris is my favourite city! One of the best and most beautiful hotels in Paris is the ‘Four Seasons Hotel George V’. Certainly my number 1!My stay in the ‘George V’, was a dream that came true. Everything was just perfect. We enjoyed a high tea in the beautiful ‘La Galerie’. The pastry of Maxime Frederic was a culinary delight. World Summit! Room 638 with its large balcony and stylish Parisian interior was just magnificent. The hotel service was of the highest standard. Our wishes were fulfilled and the staffs at the front desk were guiding us to the most beautiful Parisian locations and establishments.In the evening I enjoyed the cozy stylish bar and continued to experience my dream in this ‘heavenly’ hotel
Review by Journey48771405202

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Excellent accueil du responsable habituel du bar.
Le lieu est toujours aussi cosy et chaleureux.
Excellent conseil pour nos enfants du cocktail avec le sirop de petits pois.
Le spritz au champagne est un régal et le frappucino servi au restaurant était le meilleur de notre vie.
Un plaisir de voir la stabilité rassurante du personnel, ce qui s’ajoute aux standards de qualité du groupe.
Review by sachaetmaxence

Source: tripadvisor

Our December stay at Four Seasons George V, Paris ranks among the best hotel experiences I’ve ever had and I am so glad we did not cancel the trip in response to recent developments related to the pandemic that emerged just days before our departure. Due to Paris’ health pass system we felt very safe during our 10 day visit and especially so within the comfort of the George V.

The wonderful service began before we even set foot inside the property when we were met at the jet-bridge by a hotel representative who whisked us through the private customs and border control entry point typically reserved for Air France La Premiere customers. We were reunited with our luggage in record speed and directed to a comfortable Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van waiting for us outside the terminal.

Upon arrival at the hotel we were warmly greeted at the door by several members of the guest relations management team who were already anticipating our arrival. Check in formalities were brief and we barely had time time to take in the stunning lobby decorations before being escorted to our rooms which were equally as beautiful. We were booked into a Premier King and a Four Seasons Suite both of which were exceptionally spacious, comfortable, and meticulously maintained. The photos on the Four Seasons website, though nice, do not fully convey the sheer luxury around every corner and the highly quality materials and furnishings found throughout. Both rooms featured fresh flower arrangements that were refreshed several times during our stay. Fans of the renowned Four Seasons bed will not be disappointed and the Rivolta Carmignani linens used here are of a significantly higher quality than those found in other Four Seasons properties. Electronic blackout shades help to ensure an excellent night’s sleep. Bathrooms are large with separate tubs and showers (as usual) with fantastic water pressure and plenty of oversized bath sheets. Bvlgari bath amenities have now been replaced by generously sized bottles of Guerlain - Eau Imperiale soaps which have a very pleasant scent.

Housekeeping was fantastic throughout our stay and all special request were meticulously followed. Unlike most hotels which provide a welcome amenity upon check in only, we received a variety of different treats regularly. In addition, our rooms received fresh fruit bowls and large bottles of Evian water which were replenished daily. During nightly turndown service housekeeping left additional bottles of water on the nightstands, slippers and foot mats, and branded glass cleaning cloths for our glasses and devices. The only disappointment was the absence of cord ties for our various electronic charging cables which has become a fairly standard offering in most luxury hotels these days. The complementary shoe shine was excellent and the valets even place shoe trees in the shoes before carefully wrapping them in tissue paper.

We enjoyed breakfast at Le Gallerie each morning and while the menu wasn’t extensive, we never tired of the options and the quality was excellent. The hot chocolate is a must try and the pastries and breads were all delicious. Ordering the American breakfast is a multi course affair which is overwhelming initially, but the waitstaff quickly learned all of our preferences and fine tuned the experience to our liking. Special thanks to Julian who always took such great care of us and was a pleasure getting to know. We also enjoyed dinner at the hotel’s 1 Michelin starred restaurant Le George which was both elegant, yet unpretentious. While perhaps not as grand of an experience as a meal at 3 stared Le Cinq across the courtyard, it was nevertheless an excellent meal served in a beautiful and contemporary room. A table was always held for us at Le Bar for nightly apéritifs which was greatly appreciated given that the bar was quite popular among both hotel guests and locals alike.

The concierge team was of great assistance both before and during our stay helping to arrange vip access to various sites and museums as well as securing reservations at popular restaurants, even at short notice, after changing our minds on several occasions. Many thanks to Franck, Toni, and Julia who provided us with wonderful recommendations and candid opinions.

As wonderful as the hard product was at George V, it was the service that truly sets this hotel apart from others. We were routinely greeted by name name by almost all employees (no idea how they managed to pull that off as the hotel was relatively busy) and all interactions were genuine—it was quite apparent that they not only took pride in their work, but in the hotel itself. I suspect that the length of our stay played a part in some of this, but we were made to feel like the only guests in residence and all staff went out of their way to help make our stay memorable and enjoyable. It’s also worth noting that the hotel does an excellent job of protecting the health and safety of its guests and employees. As mentioned earlier, Paris requires presentation of a health pass to gain admittance to many indoor environments. The George V requires this to be presented to gain entry to the hotel itself, not just its restaurants, unlike most other top hotels in the city. Additionally, housekeeping left fresh health kits in the rooms containing face masks, hand sanitizer, and disinfectant wipes. Although we brought plenty of supplies with us, it was nice to know that the hotel was always there for backup.

The location near the Eiffel Tower and within quick walking distance of Avenue Montaigne was perfect and not nearly as congested as Place Vendome.

It goes without saying that the level of luxury and service provided by the Four Seasons George V does not come cheap, but at no time did we ever feel “nickel and dimed.” If you are considering staying here I wouldn’t hesitate doing so as the hotel is truly special. Although there are newer properties that have recently opened, including the new Bulgari Hotel directly across the street, I can’t imagine staying anywhere else in Paris and eagerly await my next visit to the legendary George V
Review by MrMBenz1

Source: tripadvisor

Dispensa apresentações, mas merece nossos aplausos! Um hotel elegantíssimo e icônico, do começo ao fim! Lobby lindo, cheio de arranjos florais naturais de tirar o fôlego… decor clássica maravilhosa, suítes amplas e muito confortáveis, café da manhã perfeito e Staff super cordial! As piscinas do SPA, são oásis para um ótimo descanso depois de um dia corrido. Simplesmente perfeito!
Review by Karla K

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Beautiful hotel with the best staff and gorgeous event spaces for musical performances, Christie's Geneva auctions, and various meetings. The lounge just off the lobby is a fabulous place to relax and charge your electronic devices between outings.
Review by John Foster

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Absolutely stunning hotel. The service is impeccable and I could not find a fault with this hotel. By far the best luxury hotel in Paris. It’s next door neighbour, Prince De Galles just cannot be compared against this so if you are deciding between the two, definitely go for the Four Seasons.
Review by R R

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I did not stay at the hotel. However, I went a few drinks at the bar. It’s expensive, but that’s what you expect when having a drink at the four seasons. Great service and fantastic cocktails.
Review by Rashik Anda

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I booked a tea time for 3, staff is very nice and professional but tea time was not
Too much sugar and only 1 mini salted sandwich they call it sandwich but it was a bouchée, we left after 40 minutes we couldn't finish the tea time as there was a lot pastries with chocolate and really too much sugar
We had only 3 hot drinks while people next to us got 4 and they were 2, whatever next time i will not believe reviews
I recommend it if you are not afraid of diabete or any disease
If yes just move on
Not healthy
Review by Muna A

Source: www.tripadvisor.com


An art-deco landmark built in 1928, Four Seasons Hotel George V is nestled in the Golden Triangle of Paris, just off the historic Champs-Elysees. Oversized suites with Eiffel Tower views welcome you after a day of wandering the quaint, Parisian streets, and our three restaurants – with five Michelin stars among them – are home to some of the best food in France. A decadent new spa, an elegant swimming pool and a courtyard for whiling away the afternoons with a glass of wine from our cellar are just some of the pleasures unique to our historic destination.

The 244 rooms were reworked in a quintessentially French, classical Louis XV style when the original Art Deco palace reopened as a Four Seasons hotel in 1999. Even entry-level deluxe rooms are huge by Parisian standards and encourage guests to linger – a desk with exquisite vintage-styled stationery, comfy armchairs and coffee table are standard.

Marble bathrooms spoil with tub and walk-in shower, indulgent mirror television and green tea-perfumed Bulgari products. Nespresso coffee machine is standard and the minibar includes a thoughtfully-curated collection of 'Made in France' chocolate, salted caramels and other tempting gourmandises (rapped knuckles for the out-of-date tin of 'Traou Mad de Pont-Aven' Breton butter cookies).

Food & drink
This is the first palace hotel in Paris to have three Michelin-starred restaurants – three for gastronomic Le Cinq and one apiece for the more casual L'Orangerie (French contemporary cuisine; lunch/dinner menu €75/£66 or €95/£83) and Mediterranean-inspired Le George (lunch/dinner menu €65/£57 or €110/£97). The handful of alfresco tables in the ravishing marble courtyard lend L'Orangerie and Le George bags of natural sex appeal, while show-piece Le Cinq (lunch/dinner menus from €145/£127 or €340/£298) treats diners to theatrical gastronomic dining in a monumental period salon with mirror-lined walls, silver tableware and remarkable floral sculptures.

Chef of Le Cinq, Christian Le Squer, hails from Brittany and his Breton roots are all too often apparent in his classical French cuisine. Signature dishes include line-caught sea bass with caviar and buttermilk, and the most astonishing-tasting, unsweet dessert made from iced milk and yeast. A pianist entertains from 3pm each afternoon in La Galerie, an afternoon tea-perfect salon richly adorned with antique Flemish tapestries, 19th-century furniture and precious art works. Breakfast – which can be absolutely anything you want it to be, the choice is so large – is also served here.

Value for money
Double rooms from €990 (£867) in low season; and from €1,390 (£1,217) in high. Breakfast not included, costs from €45 (£39). Free Wi-Fi.


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