Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris Launches Two New Suites Flooded with Natural Light in the Heart of the Golden Triangle
Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris launches the Eiffel Tower Suite and the Parisian Suite, two luxurious living spaces exuding Parisian chic and elegance in the heart of the Golden Triangle.
French interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon comments, “Flooded with natural light, the suites are the perfect place to relax. Ancient and contemporary works of art create a timeless design scheme that harmoniously blends with the Hotel’s elegant décor.” Spread over 140 square metres (1,500 square feet), each suite has a connecting room, making both the perfect choice for families.
Eiffel Tower Suite
Upon entering the Eiffel Tower Suite, guests are captivated by the exceptional views of the Eiffel Tower, the dome of Les Invalides and the stunning city skyline beyond. A charming wrought-iron terrace offers exceptional views of Paris’s most iconic monuments. The suite’s sun-flooded bow window is the perfect spot to unwind and soak up the city’s famous sights.
Bright and spacious, the suite’s contemporary décor creates a feeling of gentle elegance and luxury. Meticulously selected materials, textured carpets and fabrics in soft cream and ivory coloured tones create a serene and harmonious atmosphere. Italian Carrara marble and magnificent original works of art, including a brass engraving by Valérie Boy, adorn the walls of the bathroom alongside antique mirrors and historical engravings of the Hotel.
Refined and elegant, the Parisian Suite has all the charm of a Parisian apartment, while an intimate balcony overlooks the Hotel’s striking Marble Courtyard. The suite’s homelike feel is enhanced by a spacious office with a well-stocked library, an intimate dining room with fireplace, and a private kitchen. Adorned with impressive French marquetry and antique Persian rugs, the suite has a calming and welcoming atmosphere, making for the perfect pied-à-terre in the city. The soft and harmonious colour scheme continues in the bathroom, which is adorned with intricately crafted crystal Lalique parakeet sculptures designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon.
The suite’s Empire-style furnishings, objets d’art, and Ateliers Philippe Coudray fabrics in delicate colour palettes of beige and gentle accents of taupe and black contribute to the refined and sophisticated atmosphere that characterises Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris. The suite marries both modern and classic décor, with a number of works of art by contemporary artists including René Galassi and Isabelle Girollet.