Exuding a sense of old-world charm reminiscent of 17th-century Paris, Hôtel d'Aubusson is an elegant boutique hotel ideally located in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, within close walking distance of some of Paris’s most notable sights.
Four Seasons Hotel George V
Long a haunt of celebrities and musicians, politicians and the global elite, the Four Seasons Hotel George V exudes a grandeur and finesse worthy of its royal namesake. The decor seamlessly blends refined elegance with contemporary style, mixing crystal chandeliers and antique furniture with contemporary art and monumental floral displays.
The regal guest rooms are classically elegant in either a traditional French style or a chic, modern design and feature rich fabrics, original artwork and views, for some, of the Eiffel Tower.
Dining at the hotel is a highlight, with a choice of restaurants offering Michelin-starred, classic French fare, Mediterranean-style gourmet dishes and contemporary French gastronomy. There's also a tranquil spa and a well-equipped fitness room.
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Soft down pillows and crisp linens set the standard for a truly peaceful and relaxing night’s sleep. The meticulous interior design with its hand-picked paintings, fabrics and antique furniture is evocative of a bygone era of decadence while never compromising on modern luxuries. Several rooms feature private terraces or balconies with views ranging from the courtyard or garden to Avenue George V, or, for a lucky few, the Eiffel Tower. All rooms feature an interactive TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, a coffee machine and minibar, as well as offering a bath, shower or both.
The hotel has a convenient location in the heart of Paris’s 8th arrondissement, just steps away from the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Élysées. It's just over a 20-minute walk from the Eiffel Tower and within easy access of many of the city's other historic monuments, with several metro stations close by. Depending on traffic, which is notoriously bad in Paris, you can also reach the Gare du Nord, Paris’s northern train station, in around half an hour.
Food and Drink
The hotel offers four dining options. Fine dining is available at Le Cinq, a Michelin-starred restaurant focusing on classic French cuisine. For something a bit more contemporary, the light-filled L’Orangerie serves a menu of innovative dishes, while Le George serves Mediterranean fare with dishes designed for sharing. For lighter lunches, dinners and cocktails, La Galerie with its Flemish tapestries, 19th-century paintings and live pianist, is a grand but relaxed retreat.
The Four Seasons Hotel George V is very welcoming towards families, providing special children’s menus, bath supplies, and even mini bathrobes. The hotel will also be happy to arrange babysitting with advance notice.
Facilities and Activities
The spa by Jeff Leatham provides beautifully designed facilities including four bright, contemporary treatment rooms, a nail and hair salon and a large fitness room featuring the latest equipment. Professional therapists and beauticians provide a range of body and facial treatments, as well as hair and nail services.
The George V is an institution, and we can see why. It's both grand and historic, boasting impeccable service and a classic, sophisticated style without being dated.
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Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Explore a Paris food market like a local, chatting to the stall holders, learning about Parisian shopping habits and food provenance, and choosing fine cheeses for a paired wine-and-cheese tasting at the end of your tour.
For an overview of the Paris landscape and its main sights, this fast-paced tour offers an introduction to the city's history and geography taking in the Eiffel Tower and Champs-Élysées as well as Notre-Dame, the Sacré-Coeur and the fashionable Marais.
Learn about the secrets, traditions and strict rules behind the production of Champagne on a guided tour that offers the opportunity to meet local producers, visit vineyards and historic chalk pits, and sample some of these renowned sparkling wines.
Explore the vast and extravagant palace of Louis XIV, the ‘Sun King’, on the outskirts of Paris. This lavish chateau is surrounded by seemingly endless formal gardens, while inside, no expense was spared in decorating its opulent rooms.
Monet's house and beloved gardens at Giverny, just north of Paris, offer a delightful insight into the Impressionist painter and his works. See his studio and home and wander through the gardens that so inspired his opus.
Learn to make the classic French delicacy of macarons on a half-day course hosted by a professional chef. In a small group you're taught how to craft these much-loved treats with traditional techniques and classic fillings.
Explore the very heart of medieval Paris on this guided tour, which takes you to the Gothic glories of Notre-Dame Cathedral and Sainte-Chapelle, and to a quiet residential island in the Seine River.
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