Four Seasons George V Paris Opens Pop-Up Spa

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pop-up spa at Four Seasons Hotel George V

The landmark palace hotel on avenue George V in Paris has closed its bijou spa for a renovation. In the meantime, Four Seasons George V has launched a “pop-up spa” on the 4th floor. Encompassing nearly 550 square meters, the spa was decorated in a contemporary style by famed designer Pierre-Yves Rochon and Jeff Leatham, the hotel’s in-demand artistic director who as a leading floral designer, starred on the American reality series Flowers Uncut on TLC.

The pop-up spa has a gym, a hair salon, and four treatment rooms. Signature treatments—like the “George V Massage,” “Tropical Magnolia” and “A Stroll Through Versailles”, inspired by Marie Antoinette’s beauty regime—utilize three prestigious product lines: Sodashi, Carita and Swiss Perfection. Nailcare and tanning are also available. Spa facilities are open from 6:30 a.m.- 10 p.m., and treatments can be booked from 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.

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In other autumn news for the Four Seasons George V, Simone Zanoni has joined the team as the new chef of Le George, the hotel’s Mediterranean restaurant.

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