One night at Four Seasons Paris

Four Seasons George V Paris by www.carlosmeliablog.comOne night at Four Seasons Paris  |  Paris, France  |  Lucky enough, I have never been a stranger to the Four Seasons George V, in Paris, France. But this time, I was even luckier, since I was hosted at one of their lovely Suites. Located over Avenue George V, avenue which gives its name, in the area of Etoile, only steps away from Champs-Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe. Their fabulous restaurant Le Cinq and more so, both of their bars: Le Galerie and Le Bar, are classic stops to my visits to Paris. Actually, no visit to Paris is complete, without my Dirty Vodka Martini at Le Galerie while people watching.

Four Seasons George V Paris by www.carlosmeliablog.comSuch a sophisticated address, can only welcome a sumptuous hotel and exclusive experience. And that is how you feel, once you walk through their entrance, to their lobby, decocted – signature of Four Seasons worldwide – with flowers, to the most exquisite taste. It is also true that during the last two years, being the Ritz Hotel and then several other, out of business, for renovations, that Four Seasons George V, was more than ever La Grand Dame of Paris. Several options around them, but I think the only that would be comparable, would be the brand new Peninsula Paris. Totally on an opposite style and decor, but still offering the similar heritage, status and cache.

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Once back, after a long day, even longer after flying all night… I was welcomed once again and taken to my Four Seasons Suite, where of course, my luggage was already waiting for me, along with my dry-cleaning. An entrance foyer leads to a large sitting room with period furniture, while the bedroom is secluded by sliding doors. You’ll relish the residential feel of these gracious suites.Four Seasons George V Paris by www.carlosmeliablog.com Four Seasons George V Paris by www.carlosmeliablog.com Four Seasons George V Paris by www.carlosmeliablog.com Four Seasons George V Paris by www.carlosmeliablog.com Four Seasons George V Paris by www.carlosmeliablog.com Four Seasons George V Paris by www.carlosmeliablog.com Four Seasons George V Paris by www.carlosmeliablog.comSuch a glorious stay, I mean, and iconic way to experience Paris. One that will never be the same. But yet there was still once last thing, before checking out, breakfast. It is not secret that breakfast is my favorite meal, when traveling… This usually defines my last experience in a hotel, and I must admit that nothing I hate more than a dull one. Well Four Seasons George V is not the case, beginning with the grand entrance to the very lovely Le Cinq Restaurant…. I mean you can also enjoy breakfast outdoors during the summer and spring time, but come on… how can you say no to this room ? From beginning to end, a treat to all senses.

Le Cinq Restaurant at Four Seasons George V Paris by www.carlosmeliablog.comIf you enjoyed my review, and plan to book Four Seasons George V, keep in mind that I, being a Four Seasons Preferred Partner Travel Agent, I can offer your same of better rates than online, plus VIP Amenities like: Daily full American breakfast for two people per bedroom, served through In-Room Dining or in the hotel restaurant (including buffets) + Spa credit of USD100 once during stay + Upgrade of one category, based on availability at time of check-in + Complimentary high-speed Internet access for all guest room and suite bookings. Not bad right. !!! Till next review. Carlos Melia Luxury Travel Curator @ www.carlosmelia.com

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Carlos Melia global bespoke Travel Agent, Travel Blogger, Concierge, Hospitality Consultant and Wedding Planner. Member of VIRTUOSO. Has earned, after over 25 years of Mainstream and Gay Travel experience, the mote of "Little Marco Polo". Jetsetter, bon vivant curates the world of luxury travel & lifestyle by experience, one destination at the time. Associated to First in Service Travel and Tzell Travel Network. Founder of LGTNetwork - Luxury Gay Travel Network. Follow, read and share my travel experiences worldwide at www.carlosmelia.com