Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris new penthouse suite
Before the elevator was invented, building’s top floors were relegated to servants. But, everything changed when industrialist Elisha Otis debuted the lift in 1852. Real estate tycoons and luxury hoteliers realized that opulent and luxury living was up in the air, and they began commissioning rooftop residences and penthouse suites in the skyscrapers. Standing as hotels showpiece, penthouse suites packs fabulousness, bespoke amenities, spectacular views, dedicated service and ultimate luxury, attracting affluent guests with discerning tastes. One such is the new penthouse suite introduced by Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris that gives 360-degree views of the City of Light in 160 square meter area of pure luxury. The interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon designed this exclusively new penthouse suite to be like a place where time would not exist anymore, meant to fulfill the most discerning guests’ wishes to experience spectacular Paris like never before.
With a total of six terraces offering impressive 360-degree view of Paris and 1,630 sq. ft of luxury, this new Penthouse confirms the Four Seasons Hotel George V’s intention to pursue its search for excellence by constantly re-inventing itself.
Located at the 31, Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France, the Four Seasons Hotel George V’s Penthouse suite has airy interior architecture that puts emphasis on elegant and open spaces, and the soft tones of the impressive travertine flooring are reflected in the walls, which are decorated with majilite and sycamore. While the beautiful floral arrangements created by the Hotel’s Artistic Director Jeff Leatham, create a sense of home the moment one opens the door.
Designed exclusively as a real Parisian pied-à-terre, it offers a romantic hideaway among the incredible rooftops of Paris.
Shaped like a bow of a ship, the terrace provides an even wider view of Paris, the city of light. The roofs of the Opera, the Madeleine, and the Pantheon are at one’s feel while the renowned Eiffel Tower seems so close that one can almost touch it.
A new invitation to peacefulness, the bedroom with its own terrace features a four-poster daybed that warmly invites to the most romantic nap.
The elegant winter garden, decorated in floral fabric and separated from the living room by a wrought iron door is among the most notable surprises.
And, the impressive beige marble bathroom has been designed to be as luxurious as a lounge. Next to the huge walk-in shower stands a grand overflow bath fitted with jets and a chromotherapy system.
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