Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris

31 Av George V, Paris, Île-de-France, 75008, France | 5 star hotel
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located in the Champs Elysee area of Paris, is near Crazy Horse Saloon, Chateau Margaux, Aviation Club de France, and The Four Seasons (Les Quatre Seasons).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsFour Seasons Hotel George V Paris

    Reviewed by gracemahmoud

    Simply amazing

    Reviewed Mar 3, 2013
    by (1 review) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

    The food, service and toilets were like nothing I've seen before.

    Violinist
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    The best food ever
    Paris, France
    Toilets!!
    Paris, France

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by travelfranck

    Four Seasons George V Paris

    Reviewed Aug 17, 2012
    by (39 reviews) , Hong Kong Flag of Hong Kong

    Four Seasons George V Paris

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris

    The best hotel in Paris! Surpasses The Ritz, le Crillion, etc..

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    I travel the world constantly, and I'm an Italophile by heart. HOWEVER, even the Four Seasons in Milan lacks the warm service of the George V in Paris. Of all of the hotels I've had the pleasure of staying at, this hotel is the best. It is absolutely georgeous, the staff is personable and warm, the fitness facilities are outstanding, the rooms are huge and luxurious. It's not a stuffy and goddy property, but sophisticated and elegant, with the most modern features. When I'm in Paris, the Four Seasons George V is 'home'.

    Great Place

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    I stayed in George V for 10 days and I can truly say is the best hotel in Paris. Service is impecable. Everywhere in the hotel were staff members hovering over you. I had dinner at Le Cinq where 3 people were taking care of me and my partner. The rooms are spacious and luxurious with Bvlgari products. Expensive hotel but you get what you pay for.I will go back next year!

    This place is great!

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    This hotel is fabulous, second to none. Unbelievable service.

    Close but no cigar (maybe a 7-11 cigar)

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    If you like big impersonal hotels this is your place!Hotel is beutiful and has all the amenities BUT the size removes the personal attentive service and the common rooms are always full of "outsiders".Most every guest think quite a lot of themselves and takes themselves very seriously as they must be great since they can afford a night or two here.If you have moved beyond the suit and tie crowd "middle america managment" and regullarly wear Armani and drive a Bentley or Ferrari and own your own Versace tuxedo etc. etc. this would not be your first choice for this area of Paris try the "Lancaster"Just a thought

    Depends what you want....

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    PLUS - Wow factor & celebrities - Badge value as best hotel in Paris - Great location - No service problems

    MINUS - Goddy - Impersonal, cold - Self-important staff and guests - Not great value, esp. the standard rooms - Service is over the top

    Take the money you spend on a standard room and get one of the best rooms at one of the cooler hotels such as Pershing Hall or the Artus Hotel.

    Absolutely perfect!!

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    I spent a week in Paris and loved staying at this hotel. Hotel and staff were absolutely perfect!!

    Cosmopolitan But Not Paris

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    The service was fastidious, perhaps a little overwhelming and totally impersonal. No one communicated with me on a real basis. Three people rushing to pour a cup of coffee at 7 AM can befuddle the early morning mind especially if no one knows your name. Rooms were ok but no big deal. Equal quality at other European/French hotels for much less money. Nice flowers and apples but not worth the $400 add on price.

    Georges V a great hotel

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    a wonderful hotel. Stunning service. Bar a bit cramped. Room quite delightful. Lovely to see this famous hotel restored to its former glory.

    *****

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    A very nice hotel, cannot think of a single complaint. The staff is incredible. You get what you pay for!

    Awesome hotel. Absolutely loved it!

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    Stayed there for a week during the month of Aug in 2002. Absolutely loved it. The location was great and the staffs were super friendly. Even though it was expensive, it was definitely worth the money. Would definitely go back there again...

    TripAdvisor Reviews Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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    Oysters at Le Cinq Paris
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    The dining room at Le Cinq
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