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Four Seasons George V Paris

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Four Seasons George V Paris

A cocoon in a luxury world

Are you on a business trip, a couple getaways or a family vacation in Paris? Choose the George V and you will be guaranteed that all your needs, desires and demands will be satisfied, even anticipated. Beyond the luxury brand, the classification in the category Luxury Hotel, it is an attentive and personal service, marked with kindness, which defines the character of this purely Parisian establishment. Let yourself lose in an unforgettable experience!

10.00 p.m.
You get off the plane. A car is waiting for you, sent by the George V you informed just the day before. Really convenient this service offered by the reception when you booked! You are dropped off in front of the huge revolving door of the hotel. The façade is splendid. You already feel you are about to enter one of the finest hotels in the world.
Built in 1928 by André Terrail, also owner in Paris of La Tour d'Argent, it is a tribute to the style Art Deco and is part of the Parisian architectural heritage. Restored in the late 90s after two years of work, the hotel is a subtle mix of Louis XVI style, marble and crystal chandeliers, with a resolutely modern technology regarding the equipment and services it offers. It is Pierre-Yves
Rochon who has been in charge of the interior design. Internationally famous, he is at the origin of the revival of Hotel de Paris in Monte-Carlo or Les Crayères in Reims. Colours are soft and exquisite. The careful decoration mingles antiques and pieces of art. And what about the amazing plant compositions signed Jeff Leatham! This talented American florist creates a new theme every fortnight and dramatizes the lobby with his incredible floral sculptures.
You also think the establishment is ideally located. Maybe will you go and have a look in the luxury shops on Avenue François 1er or Montaigne, tomorrow after your meeting...
When you enter, you immediately feel the genuine benevolence and kindness of each of the staff members you meet. It is late but whatever. You are warmly led to your room. Among the 244 available,
you have chosen a family one because your little darlings will join you this weekend. You know the team will foresee the necessary equipment, bathrobes at their size, baby toiletries... Even the restaurant menus are adapted.
You are feeling peckish after few hours of travel? Enjoy room service open 24/7. And your suit is crumpled? Send it to the steam-pressing; it will be ready tomorrow morning.

In the morning, 7 a.m.

You decide to have breakfast in the Gallery. With the newspaper of the day widespread in front of you, you look at the comings and goings. The place is a hive of activity! 650 employees strive night and day for the customers' well-being. They are attuned to the slightest need, even anticipate. They know the clients very well, 60% are habitués.
Isadore Sharp, founder of the group Four Seasons, decided that what would distinguish his hotels would be the sense of service: “Treat others as you would like to be treated”. He invented the amenities, the products offered in the bathroom. The group cultivates exemplarity in customer care as a true philosophy. And it is so in its 87 hotels.


Éric Briffard
Aged 51, the Chef started his career in Appoigny at the Relais Saint Fiacre. In 1988, he flew to Japan and joined the team of the restaurant Palazzo Royal Park Hotel. Joël Robuchon's Second in 1990, he won the title of France's Best Craftsman in 1994. In 2000, he gets a second Michelin star for the Plaza Athénée. He enters Le Cinq at the George V in 2008 and brings it two Michelin stars. The first one 2 months after the opening and the second just one year later!

Éric Beaumard
Eric Beaumard, 49, is a self-taught sommelier. With enthusiasm and hard work, he becomes France's Best Sommelier in 1992, Europe's Best Sommelier in 1994 and Vice-World's Best Sommelier in 1998. He also owns a domain in the Côtes du Rhône Villages appellation. Eric Beaumard is the manager and sommelier of Le Cinq since 1999 and the lucky warden of a cellar of 50,000 bottles.

Meeting at 8 a.m.

Your company rented one of the hotel's lounges. You get to the Salon Napoléon, one of the 9 facilities for meetings, conferences or receptions. Magnificently decorated like the rest of the place, these luxury rooms will set in majesty each of your corporate or private events.

End of the day, 5 p.m.

You cannot stay at the George V without spending some time in one of the most highly-rated spas of Paris. According to a trend from the United States, the hotel has been one of the first to open such resort in the city, offering a 9-meter pool, a sauna, whirlpools, and body and skin treatment cabins. The house counts even a hairdressing salon. The place is painted in trompe-l'oeil and decorated with Toile-de-Jouy. As if you were relaxing in the Versailles gardens. Not envy to come down? Ask for an in-room massage. Or fully enjoy the comfort of your marble bathroom.

8 p.m., time for dinner

The restaurant Le Cinq, run by the manager and sommelier Eric Beaumard together with Chef Eric Briffard, will stir up your palate. With its two Michelin stars, Le Cinq offers a cuisine at the same time modern and traditionally French, combining regional and seasonal produce. The setting is magnificent and offers a view on the Hotel's courtyard.
Indulge the Gourmet Tasting Menu that will give you an overview of the Chef's expertise. Otherwise choose à la carte and you will be invited to multiple gustative discoveries. Seafood and shellfish with, for example, Breton abalone, Jack-knife clams and Scallops in seaweed butter and Meunière-style watercress, broth and riverweed tartar; meat with fried crispy calf’s sweetbread, liquorice root, fennel purée, chestnuts and ceps; and to finish with, Alba truffle in a Mont-Blanc sphere and ice liégeois with pear and ginger.
Proud of a cellar of 50,000 bottles, Eric Beaumard, Best Sommelier of Europe, will skilfully advice you on the best wine in accordance with your choice of menu. If you are a true connoisseur, maybe will you be allowed to visit his den...?

The weekend, at last!

Your children have arrived and are treated like little kings. You do not yet know how to organize these two days with them. Ask the Concierge or the charming Recreation Manager, there are no better persons to inform you on family activities. They can book your tickets for in amusement parks, shows, museums. Maybe you wish to be accompanied by a guide for your excursions? Do not hesitate to ask.
This same delicate care will be given to your toddlers' menu. The menu of the restaurant will be adapted in portion and taste especially for them. Fancy spending an evening out with your special someone? The George V will offer a babysitting service. Sublimate your romantic escapade in the City of Light by renting the hotel's limousine!

End of the dream, you have to go home

What you will remember are the smiles, the exquisite kindness, the availability of each employee of the hotel. This custom and personalized service is actually the representative symbol of this Palace.
To share your impressions, you will connect on Facebook and Twitter. To move with the times and the digital era, the team of George V took the social networking wave. For them it is a new way to communicate with a clientele in search for authenticity and real relations, a way to erase the material aspect and to remove the intimidating image of a luxury hotel.
A means to keep in touch to be even better welcomed during your next stay in Paris!

Sylvia Van der Velden

Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris
31, avenue George V / 75008 Paris / France
Tél. 33 (0) 1 49 52 70 00