At a Glance
Nested in Paris Golden Triangle, this grand luxury hotel sits in an original 1928 Art Deco building. The redecorated suites transport guests into luxurious Parisian apartments while numerous terraces boast stunning views of the City of Lights.
Sparkling, incomparable and unforgettable, Paris has it all.
Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, an eight-storey landmark built in 1928, offers 244 luxury hotel guest rooms, an exquisite art collection and decadent fine dining just off the Champs-Elysées. With unmatched Four Seasons service, it's an experience you will not forget.
Overflowing with spectacular floral arrangements, the marble courtyard offers a haven of light where guests can dine at Le Cinq, Le George or L’Orangerie, the Palace being the first in Europe to offer five Michelin stars across three restaurants.
Four Seasons Hotel George V is situated in the Golden Triangle of Paris, France, just off the historic Champs-Elysees.The 5-star hotel is an Art Deco landmark that was built in 1928. Four Seasons Hotel George V provides old-world refinement with its opulent period interiors, art collection, crystal chandeliers, 17th-century Flemish tapestries, and extravagant flower displays.
The eight-storey hotel offers 244 sophisticated guest rooms and suites, decorated in Louis XVI style. Suites add sitting areas and terraces. Hotel amenities include a designer spa and fitness centre with a pool, Hamman, hot tub and jetted whirlpool, champagne bar, and interactive digital wall. Honeymooners may want to opt for a hotel package, including the Spa Package.
Four Seasons Hotel George V provides Michelin-awarded dining in three of its restaurants. Le Cinq offers classic French cuisine while Le George offers light Mediterranean cuisine designed for sharing. L'Orangerie, housed in a 23-foot high conservatory that provides views of the marble courtyard, offers traditional French cuisine with a contemporary touch.
The Golden Triangle of Paris is famous for its high-fashion boutiques. Its limits are the Champs-Elysées, Montaigne, and Georges V avenues. Iconic sites in the area include the Louvre and the Arc de Triomphe.The hotel is also close to the Eiffel Tower, Musée d'Orsay, and the trendy cafés and shops of St. Germain-des-Prés.