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The Four Seasons George V “Palace”: legendary status

Built in 1928 in an Art Déco style, the Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris can be found a stone’s throw from the Champs-Élysées. Guests can stay in one of its 244 rooms and suites, admire an extensive collection of artwork, and dine at one of its three fine-dining restaurants which between them share five Michelin stars in the 2017 guide, a first in Europe.
The Four Seasons George V “Palace”: legendary status

Weather permitting, the famous Marble Courtyard can serve more than 50 covers from the George and Orangerie menus . Open non-stop from midday to 10.30pm, it is the perfect venue for a meal at any time of day.

The Four Seasons George V “Palace”: legendary status

Le Cinq restaurant is found at the end of the famous historic gallery, behind two majestic wrought iron gates. With three Michelin stars, the restaurant boasts a sumptuous dining room with an interior that pairs light colours and gold. As if a fashion designer or parfumier, Chef Christian Le Squer combines ingredients, crafting them into sublime dishes that offer up the full expression of their flavours.

The Four Seasons George V “Palace”: legendary status

The Orangerie opened its doors in 2016, becoming the latest and most intimate gourmet venue within the Palace. Constructed entirely of glass and steel, it is a seamless addition to the hotel’s Art Déco architecture. The cuisine by Chef David Bizet, a true nature lover, is a feast for the eyes even before it reaches your taste buds. The colours and presentation of his dishes could almost be an artist’s palette. The Orangerie was awarded its first Michelin star in the 2017 guide.

The Four Seasons George V “Palace”: legendary status

Le George is a less formal dining experience, a journey between the French Riviera and northern Italy that takes place in a chic, relaxed setting from the interior designer, Pierre-Yves Rochon. Chef Simone Zanoni has been at the helm since 2016, this year attaining the George’s first Michelin star.

The Four Seasons George V “Palace”: legendary status

Adorned with Flanders Tapestries, paintings, and 19th century furniture, La Galerie is the hotel’s heart and soul. Every afternoon, a pianist helps to create the peaceful atmosphere in this exclusive Parisian venue.

The traditional wine cellar was designed in 1928 at the same time as the hotel. It contains more than 50,000 bottles of wine, including some highly prestigious vintages, lying 14m underground. Visitors spend an hour with the sommelier, who by candlelight reveals the secrets of three great wines.

The Four Seasons George V “Palace”: legendary status

The traditional wine cellar was designed in 1928 at the same time as the hotel. It contains more than 50,000 bottles of wine, including some highly prestigious vintages, lying 14m underground. Visitors spend an hour with the sommelier, who by candlelight reveals the secrets of three great wines.

The Four Seasons George V “Palace”: legendary status

The Palace designed each of its suites as true Parisian apartments. The fully renovated rooms let in as much light as possible, illuminating an interior where the traditional and modern meet. The dining rooms can seat up to eight guests in a cosy atmosphere.

Some of the suites feature 60m² garden terraces, while others have eight bay windows overlooking the Marble Courtyard and the famous floral features installed by the hotel’s artistic director, Jeff Leatham. The breath-taking views from the Penthouse suite greet guests with all of Paris, including the Eiffel Tower.

The Four Seasons George V “Palace”: legendary status

Some of the suites feature 60m² garden terraces, while others have eight bay windows overlooking the Marble Courtyard and the famous floral features installed by the hotel’s artistic director, Jeff Leatham. The breath-taking views from the Penthouse suite greet guests with all of Paris, including the Eiffel Tower.