One of the most famous hotels in the world, the Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, will reopen its doors to its guests on Tuesday 1st September 2020.
After the reopening of the starred restaurant Le George last June, the Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris is pleased to reopen its doors and welcome its first guests on September 1st after a long period of confinement.
The opportunity for local and international guests to enjoy a timeless Parisian stay in the heart of the capital and rediscover the French art of living through the know-how of the palace’s talents.
A return to the season under the sign of customization and reconnection with talent
Indeed, lovers of haute gastronomy will benefit from new fortnightly experiences led by local chefs and sommeliers.
The Seasons application and the Chat will play an important role in maintaining the required Covid-19 hygiene measures put in place to protect customers and employees, while ensuring that customers receive the luxurious 5-star service they have come to expect.
“We look forward to welcoming our guests again and writing a new chapter in our history with them,” said Jean-Claude Wietzel, Regional Vice President and General Manager of the Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris.
The App and Chat solution will allow guests to control the way they interact with the hotel’s staff in over 100 different languages.
New exclusive promotional offers
To celebrate its reopening, Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, has put in place a series of different promotions that will allow its guests to experience the magic of the palace even more intensely, escaping into another universe after this difficult period.
Among these offers are Experience More, Bed & Breakfast and French Getaway, all of which come with many advantages and whose prices vary according to the dates and length of stay.
For example, guests will be able to enjoy the beauty of the hotel and the richness of its gastronomic offer with a spending credit of up to 150 euros, early arrival, a choice of car service or a transfer from the airport with a personalised welcome.
But that’s not all…
The hotel has many offers to discover here for all guests wishing to book their trip to France as soon as possible or for those travelling with their family and wishing, for example, to benefit from a free babysitting service.
In the majestic setting of the restaurant Le Cinq, two Sundays a month will be punctuated by a tailor-made cooking class for 2 to 10 people led by the three-star chef Christian Le Squer, the starred chefs Simone Zanoni and Alan Taudon or the pastry chef Michael Bartocetti.
Lovers of fine wines will also benefit from special tastings orchestrated by the iconic Éric Beaumard, vice-best sommelier in the world and Director of the Le Cinq restaurant or Italy’s best sommelier Gabriele Del Carlo.
Lead With Care, a new global health and safety program
In view of the current context, Four Seasons Hotel is proud to present its Lead With Care to its clientele.
This is the global health and safety program implemented across the Four Seasons Group’s properties, combining public health expertise with access to state-of-the-art technologies and tools.
Lead With Care sets out a clear set of procedures for employees to enable them to care for customers and colleagues alike.
Working with the world’s leading medical experts, Four Seasons leverages this medical expertise to achieve a profound improvement in the cleanliness of spaces, the comfort and safety of clients, while better training employees.
Featured Photo : © Four Seasons Hotel George V
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