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Four Seasons Hotel George V The Parisian Palace of superlatives

One of the world’s finest palace hotels, the Four Seasons Hotel George V, celebrated for its three restaurants (Le Cinq, L’Orangerie and Le George) cumulating 5 stars in the Michelin guide, unveils this July a new 720 sq.m² luxurious spa dedicated to wellness.

One of the best hotels in the world for prestigious magazines, the Four Seasons Hotel George V, is a jewel in the heart of Paris Golden Triangle. The 244 rooms and luxury top suites restyled by renowned Parisian interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, the three gourmet restaurants, the quality of service, all contribute to its international renown. But there is also a clear feeling that the Four Seasons Hotel George V has the kind of soul that the others lack too often. The new “Le Spa at Four Seasons Hotel George V” dedicated to wellness embodied this particular spirit. Over 720 sq m², the spa offers a 17-meter (55-foot) swimming pool, a vitality pool with a hydro- massage water experience circuit, a cutting-edge fitness room, and a stylish hair salon.

 

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Four Seasons Hotel George V

31 Avenue George V, 75008, Paris Phone : +33 1 49 52 70 00 www.fourseasons.com/paris
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In addition to the five single treatment rooms, there are two luxury hammams for men and women and a Spa Suite for couple treatments. Pierre-Yves Rochon has created a bright, modern and elegant space based on ancient spa traditions. Inspiration from Greek, Roman and Turkish mosaic patterns lies alongside carefully curated pieces of modern art and spectacular floral compositions designed by Jeff Leatham. A selection of brand new Signature Experiences has been developed to harness the core spirit of the Spa, providing bespoke sensory journeys that deliver tangible results. Highlights include a Kobido traditional Japanese facelift, an Alaena organic certified bio anti-ageing treatment, and a Dr Burgener escape designed especially for the Spa. Staying at the Four Seasons Hotel George V isn’t just about enjoying the many pleasures of a luxury Paris hotel, it’s also about discovering unique culinary experience.

Although guests always enjoy a remarkable level of service and beautiful accommodation, the restaurants aren’t short of a star or three either. Since 2016, the Michelin guide has awarded Le Cinq’s creative, gourmet cuisine from Christian Le Squer, three stars, the ultimate recognition for a French Chef! Adjacent to its majestic dining room decorated by Jeff Leatham with floral sculptures, Le Cinq offers a unique al fresco gastronomic table on the courtyard renamed La Cour des Étoiles where it shares this wonderful space with L’Orangerie and Le George. At the one star restaurant L’Orangerie, a refined French cuisine mixing classique and modern cooking style has been imagined. During the month of August, the restaurant will offer a light menu, while the team will be working for the September opening. Simone Zanoni, Chef of Le George, received the same distinction for its meticulous Mediterranean cuisine where small plates can be shared in a casual chic atmosphere. Nearby, the young and talented executive pastry Chef of the hotel Maxime Frederic offers delicate compositions, whose grace would almost make us forget the technical mastery required.

By David Richard. Photos: Grégoire Gardette & Jean-Claude Amiel. - Published the

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