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Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris

  • 31, avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France

    December 1999

    Jean Claude Wietzel
Physical Features

Total Number of Rooms: 244

  • Guest Rooms: 185
  • Suites: 59

Number of Stories: 8

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Architect: Richard Martinet Architecture

Interior Designer: Pierre-Yves Rochon

Design Aesthetic:

  • Historic art deco hotel
  • Classical French furnishings (Louis XVI, Napoleon I), 17th-century Flemish tapestries, 18th-century Florentine chandeliers
  • The Hotel is decorated with 9,000 flowers delivered from the Netherlands weekly


  • Historic George V hotel built in 1928, converted to a Four Seasons hotel in 1999 following a two-year renovation


  • In the heart of the city's Golden Triangle designer shopping district (bordered by the Champs-Elysées, Avenue Marceau and Avenue Montaigne)
  • Steps to Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe, Place de la Concorde, Eiffel Tower
Le Spa

Opening date: July 2018

Interior Designer: Pierre-Yves Rochon

Treatment Rooms: 6 luxury treatment rooms including 1 couple's suite

Spa Manager: Nathalie Delclos

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Additional Features:

  • 17-metre (55-foot) swimming pool
  • 34°C vitality pool experience
  • 2 Hammams for men and women
  • Stylish hair salon
  • Fitness centre


Executive Chef: Christian Le Squer

Sommelier: Thierry Hamon

Restaurant Director: Eric Beaumard

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Restaurant: Le Cinq

  • Michelin Three Stars
  • Cuisine: French gastronomical cuisine
  • Signature Dishes:
    • Deep-water sea scallops browned in Colombo spices, boulgour-style cauliflower with carica fruit
    • Young partridge, duck mallard and grouse pithivier flavoured with chestnut honey, autumn fruits, Armagnac gravy
  • Indoor Seating: 65
  • Designer: Pierre-Yves Rochon
  • Chef: Christian Le Squer

Restaurant: Le George

  • Cuisine: Light Mediterranean, designed for sharing
  • Indoor Seating: 64
  • Outdoor Seating: 28
  • Designer: Pierre-Yves Rochon
  • Chef: Simone Zanoni

Restaurant: L'Orangerie

  • Cuisine: French
  • Indoor Seating: 20, with outdoor seating in the warmer months
  • Chef: Christian Le Squer

Lounge: La Galerie

  • Indoor Seating: 45
  • Outdoor Seating: 50
  • Designer: Pierre-Yves Rochon
  • Chef: Christian Le Squer

Lounge: Le Bar

  • Designer: Pierre-Yves Rochon
  • Sommelier: Johann Burgos



Fitness Facilities:

  • Modern style fitness area with silver leather walls

Sample Fitness Activities:

  • Personal training
  • Kinesis stretching equipment
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Meeting Rooms

Total Size: 1,269 sq m / 13,596 sq ft

Largest Ballroom: 465 sq m / 5,005 sq ft

Meet and Feed Capacity: 250

Banquet Capacity: 350

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Breakout Spaces: 6

Private Dining Room Capacity: 25

Unique Meeting and Event Facilities:

  • Classical French ballrooms
  • Salons Louis XIII, Napoléon and Régence feature wood panelling from Normandy chateau, antique fireplaces