Luxury Hotels: One of the most graceful spots near Champs Elysees is the Four Seasons Hotel. Built in 1928, the establishment is known for its beautiful interiors embellished with seventeenth-century tapestries, ornate chandeliers, candelabras and sumptuous curtains. George V has over two hundred rooms, many of which have private terraces looking out to the lovely sights of gorgeous Paris, including the Eiffel Tower and Champs Elysees.
Staff is friendly, polite and helpful. Every room and suite at the Four Seasons has a cable network connection, interactive television, multi-line telephones with voicemail, high speed internet, a refrigerated private bar and lavish decor. The bathrooms are oversized with bath tubs to match. The Four Seasons' hotel staff takes special care of its patrons by providing additional touches like bathrobes made of thick terry cloth and housekeeping services twice daily.
Those who want to live it up - in style, that is - Four Seasons offers its royal one bedroom suite. There are two such ultra-luxurious suites on the first floor. Both are connected to a private terrace that open onto the gorgeous Art Deco fountain of the Three Graces. The furniture is antique and the suite also has a private office for business purposes. A large, well-appointed living room, a marble foyer, a dining room and kitchen complete the picture in this delightful suite. The bathroom adjoining the sizeable bedroom is constructed out of marble. It features a steam room and sauna. There is also a separate dressing room as well as a guest powder room.
Hailed for its range of body and skin treatments, one of the most renowned features of Four Seasons George V is its Spa. The colors of the Four Seasons' Spa have been selected specifically to aid the mood required for relaxation. The Spa also houses a plethora of whirlpools and saunas for complete relaxation and rejuvenation. The steam bath and massage beds melt away every ounce of stress.
Paris is known for its surfeit of cafes and restaurants. Still, many guests prefer to dine at the Four Seasons' Michelin-starred Le Cinq. The Restaurant boasts lovely views of the gardens and courtyard. The dining room is a symphony of gold and grey displays, with an impressive array of silver and china ware. The menu, prepared by France's talented chefs, is a tribute to French cuisine. For the more discerning diner, the kitchen offers both a light and gourmet tasting menu.
Four Seasons offers its guest everything. From quality of service to luxurious atmosphere, George V, Paris sets the standard in the City of Love.