An art-deco landmark built in 1928, Four Seasons Hotel George V is nestled in the Golden Triangle of Paris, just off the historic Champs-Elysees. Oversized suites with Eiffel Tower views welcome you after a day of wandering the quaint, Parisian streets, and our three restaurants – with five Michelin stars among them – are home to some of the best food in France. A decadent new spa, an elegant swimming pool and a courtyard for whiling away the afternoons with a glass of wine from our cellar are just some of the pleasures unique to our historic destination.
31 Avenue George V Paris 75008 France
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From the moment you pull up to the moment you leave is exceptional on every front...what really blew us away was the dinner in the hotel, the food was obviously amazing but the team were, traditional elegant but fun and play-full, the balance was a master class in service... It's up there with the best in the world.
Being a frequent traveller and stayed at a number of other Four Seasons around the world, I can easily state that George V Paris has that extra edge - personal touch and attention to detail that staff carries, makes your stay memorable. It's classy through and through from decor to service. A romantic weekend away including stay, dining and spa treatments at the hotel may hurt one's bank but it's worth it!
This is my second time at George V. The first time was AMAZING (pre-pandemic, well Jan 2020). The second time, a longer stay, it felt decidedly lacklustre and poor value. Things were missing from the room (no hairdryer, no tea/kettle facilities, milk not topped up) - basic things, some of which I only knew should be there from before. The price of what should be simple things is just outrageous and completely unjustified - Euro 110 for a croque monsieur and a coke? Euro 35 charge to deliver room service? That's not premium it's just greedy. And the afore-mentioned croque monsieur was awful (brittle, overcooked, no filling). There were a couple of good things - I had dinner at Le Cinq which, although pricey, was justified. It was DIVINE and the service was impeccable, warm and lovely. I don't mind paying for that. Equally, the concierge did a fantastic job finding something for me. But I'm sad that this was my favourite hotel in Paris, and it feels like they have upped the prices and reduced the value and attention to detail. Next time I'll try the Ritz or Le Meurice.