Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris will re-open its doors to welcome guests from Tuesday, September 1, 2020. Local and international guests will be able to enjoy a timeless stay in the heart of the French capital, where they can rediscover French art de vivre through the expertise and know-how of the Hotel’s experts.
“We are thoroughly looking forward to welcoming guests again and writing with them a new chapter of our story,” commented Jean-Claude Wietzel, Regional Vice-President and General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris. “At all Four Seasons hotels, we have implemented a strict health protocol to allow guests to enjoy their stay in complete safety. Driven with the same passion as always, our team will offer guests a truly memorable stay through experiences that bring guests together with the Hotel’s most talented individuals.”
These exclusive customised experiences offer guests the chance to meet the talents that have made the George V into the legendary Parisian institution it is today. Lovers of haute cuisine will be able to enjoy unique bimonthly experiences led by the Hotel’s celebrated chefs and sommeliers. Tailor-made cooking classes carried out by three Michelin-starred Chef Christian Le Squer, Michelin-starred Chefs Simone Zanoni and Alan Taudon, and Pastry Chef Michael Bartocetti will be offered in the majestic setting of Le Cinq. Classes will take place two Sundays a month, with between two and ten participants per class. Fine wine lovers will also be able to enjoy exclusive wine tasting sessions led by celebrated sommelier Éric Beaumard and Gabriele Del Carlo, Italy’s best sommelier. Guests will also be able to indulge in a fully immersive gastronomic experience with Chef Simone Zanoni.