Like all the world's greatest capitals, Paris lives at a fast pace, by day, by night and especially at rush hours and is a fabulous place to visit at any time of year. The River Seine divides the city with its Left and Right banks, which are no longer just geographical references. The Left Bank or Rive Gauche, refers to the city's vibrant style of life and fashion, whilst the Right Bank, or Rive Droit, generally refers to the Northern half of the city, renowned for its elegance and sophistication. The most famous street here - without question - is Les Champs Elysees, a wonderful avenue to stroll along and absorb the Parisian atmosphere. If you wish to travel further afield, the Metro serves almost all the 20 arrondissements that spiral out like a snail shell from the first and all display a different aspect of the Parisian culture.
Dining & Gourmet
In 2017, Four Seasons George V became the first luxury hotel in Europe to feature three Michelin-starred restaurants, so you truly can take your pick. Visit the three-Michelin-starred Le Cinq restaurant to sample classic French gastronomy in an exquisite dining room, with tables draped in grey and gold tablecloths. Le George restaurant serves Mediterranean-style cuisine prepared by chef, Simone Zanoni, whilst L'Orangerie provides an open courtyard for diners to enjoy amongst well-kept gardens.
Director of Le Cinq restaurant and and Vice-Champion of the world's best sommelier championship in 1998, Eric Beaumard welcomes guests to an exceptional wine tasting in George V's very own Wine Cellar. Lasting for an hour, Eric Beaumard will give an expert commentary on the tastes behind the three different wines: red, white, and champagne. This experience is a real unique and privileged way to discover one of the most beautiful wine cellars in Paris and to share it with one of the most astonishing sommeliers of the world.
Spa & Wellness
Dressed in restful, muted colours and decorated with 18th-century prints, The Spa offers a true retreat in the vibrant heart of the city – and the finest, most luxurious hotel spa in Paris. It comes complete with a comprehensive menu of skin and body treatments and therapies, saunas, whirlpools, and a pool surrounded by trompe l'oeil gardens. The Spa also features private treatment rooms: a private VIP room with a whirlpool, sauna, steam bath and two massage beds, and a relaxation room with three lounge chairs and private music stations.
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Wheelchair-accessible rooms are availabe in the Deluxe Room category and have wider doors, lowered peepholes, lowered light switches, grab bars for the bath and toilet, plus roll-in showers. Common areas are accessible by wheelchair.