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Set in a 1928 art deco building, the Four Seasons Hotel George V boasts a regular clientele of bona fide royals. Full review →
Grand luxury hotel in a landmark 1928 building near the Champs-Elysées. Full review →
The V is today a temple of modern luxury: marble elevators, rare tapestries, enviable antiques, famous florals...and service that's discreet enough for Michael Jackson stays.
Think French chic and polish with North American creature comforts and standards of service, and you'll get the idea.
"The lobby alone is worth the trip." This 1928 white-stone Art Deco landmark with an inner courtyard, near the Champs-Élysées, is where "the magic of Paris comes to life." Full review →
This legendary hotel, dotted with salons, old furniture, and art, lost a little of its charm when it was renovated. But it gained a stunning restaurant, Le Cinq.
The hotel remains a magnet for those in search of reliable creature comforts and don't blink an eye at the extremely expensive prices throughout the establishment. Full review →
From the moment you walk through the golden revolving door into Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, you are transported to the early 1900s, a time when the city sparkled. Full review →
In its latest reincarnation, with all its glitz and glamour, this hotel is one of the best in the world. Full review →
The 244 rooms and suites come with full marble bathrooms and large work desks, and some of them benefit from private terraces overlooking the city. Full review →
Built in 1928, this opulent, eight-story hotel—just steps from the Champs Elysée—is pretty much the gold-standard for city-based, luxury hotels. Full review →
This legendary luxury hotel, which opened in 1928, is decked out in 18C-style elegance and splendour.
With all of the changes happening around town, this place should be well-prepared to hold its own against competitors Ritz and Crillon. For purists, this is an unyielding bastion of... Full review →
Palatial comfort, space, gastronomy and the most remarkable flower displays in town sum up the sumptuous George V. Full review →
Chandeliers, marble and tapestries; glorious flower arrangements; divine bathrooms; and ludicrously comfortable beds in some of the largest rooms in all of Paris. Full review →
In an unbeatable location near the Champs-Élysées, this majestic 1928 white-stone hotel redefined elegance when it reopened its doors as a Four Seasons in 1997. Full review →
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