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REVIEWS


FOUR SEASONS HOTEL GEORGE V Paris, France


LOCATION: The property sits on the beautiful George V Avenue, a typically Parisian, tree-lined, cobbled street that branches off from the Champs-Elysées. It’s the perfect location for exploring the city’s endless attractions.


FIRST IMPRESSIONS: It’s impossible not to be blown away. The George V exudes class, from its perfect decor to the warm welcome you receive at check-in. On exploring the hotel, my eyes were drawn to the array of Louis XIV tapestries, paintings and antiques on display throughout. In the lobby, these are all perfectly lit by the grand shimmering chandeliers.


THE FACTS: Built in 1928, the property has always served as a hotel, and has hosted countless A-listers. It wasn’t until 1997 that Four Seasons took over the management of the LÕil`in}] ÀinoÛ>Ìin} iÌ] Àin>min} iÌ >n` wn>llÞ Àio«inin} it in 1999. The property has 244 rooms and 59 suites. All >Ài `iVoÀ>Ìi` Ìo Ìhi hi}hiÃÌ Ã«iViwV>Ìion ÜiÌh > Llin` ov antique and modern touches, with the suites having the extra LiniwÌ ov ëiVÌ>VÕl>À ÛiiÜà ov Ìhi ¼ViÌÞ ov li}hÌý° ÕiÃÌà h>Ûi a tough choice to make when it comes to eating: Le Cinq has three Michelin stars, while L’Orangerie and Le George


have one star each. One of the hotel’s greatest treasures is its wine cellar, featuring 50,000 bottles from around the world. ƂnoÌhiÀ Àim>Àk>Lli >ëiVÌ ià Ìhi ÃÌÀikin} yoÀ>l `iVoÀ>Ìionà throughout the Four Seasons. Flowers and extravagant arrangements align corridors, adorning the hotel’s main areas. The displays, which are the creation of renowned oà Ƃn}iliÃ-L>Ãi` `iÃi}niÀ >n` yoÀiÃÌ ivv added bursts of life and colour to the property.


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EXPLORE: The hotel sits within one of the more exclusive areas of the French capital, commonly known as the Golden Triangle. If shopping is your thing, there are plenty of fashion houses on the doorstep.


WOW: The spa, which recently reopened after undergoing an extensive redesign. It’s the ideal way to spend some time relaxing and revitalising yourself. After all, who doesn’t need a spa retreat after pounding the streets on a city break?


BOOK IT: Rooms lead in at £750 a night including breakfast.


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124 ASPIRE NOVEMBER 2019


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CREDIT: GUILLAUME DE LAUBIER


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