Refined and with all the charm of a Parisian appartment, the Parisian suite is for lovers of the capital’s artistic and cultural scene, with its French marquetry, Empire furniture and precious objects. With its study area and large library, private kitchen and dining room with a fireplace, you sense something of the city’s eternal personality. The flowered balcony affords a commanding view of the Marble Courtyard, with flowers forming the unifying element of the stunning decoration imagined by Jeff Leatham, the world-renowned artistic director of the hotel. The Marble Courtyard sings us a sweet Italian aria this summer, with Simone Zanoni’s Aperitivo. For those who seek to enjoy a unique culinary journey, the Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris is particularly recognized for the quality of its cuisine, as it is the only palace in Europe to host 5 Michelin stars: Le Cinq***, a majestic restaurant offering a modern an elegant cuisine designed by chef Christian Le Squer, L’Orangerie* a plant-based, healthy gastronomic experience, and Le George*, the perfect spot to share Mediterranean cuisine led by chef Simone Zanoni.
Finally, to indulge and relax in the City of Light and perfect this multi-sensory experience, the Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris unveiled a couple of months ago a brand new luxurious spa dedicated to wellness. The ideal moment to experience the Wellness & Gourmet Ritual, a package that combines beauty for the body, rest for the mind and a feast for the palate. The ritual opens with a vitamin-charged breakfast or refreshing lunch at L’Orangerie, prepared by Chef Alan Taudon. Once you have finished your balanced meal, start the treatment developed by Dr Burgener Switzerland, consisting of a body scrub and antioxidant massage with crushed chardonnay seeds to feel as light as a bubble in vintage champagne.