Four Seasons Hotel George V Unveils New Penthouse in Paris

Four Seasons George V Paris

The George V has been hard at work renovating its guest rooms under the watchful eye of designer Pierre Yves-Rochon. One of the most exciting results of this $28 million renovation project is the newly-unveiled Penthouse, sprawling across 170 square meters on the 8th floor. To create this masterpiece, Rochon worked with some of the finest luxury brands (Baccarat, Lalique, Lelièvre, Edmond Petit, Veraseta and Bobic) for the furnishings and fittings. Overlooking the City of Light's monuments, the suite is decked out with exquisite silks, marbles, and a melange of both contemporary and antique furniture.

Here are some of the key features we’re swooning over: the inner garden designed by celebrity florist Jeff Leatham; the balcony planted with box trees that affords views all across the capital; the enormous dressing room with sycamore cupboards; and the luxurious, loungy bathroom with a huge walk-in shower, an overflow bath fitted with a chromatherapy system, and a plasma screen between two wash bashins lit by Baccarat fittings.

Located just steps from the Champs-Elysées, the Four Seasons George V is just one of a handful of "palace" hotels in Paris. For more information, visit

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