A Parisian institution that serves as a hallmark of luxury and service.
When Prince Al Waleed of Saudi Arabia purchased this hotel, he decided that a complete renovation was in order. The upgrade lasted two years under the auspices of the Four Seasons group. Everything was been redone, except, of course, the landmark overall structure with an Art Deco façade that dates back to 1928. Bronze sculptures, antiques, chandeliers, sumptuous tapestries and paintings can be seen throughout the property. The 244 rooms and suites come with full marble bathrooms and large work desks, and some of them benefit from private terraces overlooking the city. There are two staff members for each guest, so you can expect the service to be attentive. A stay in this magnificent oasis near the hustle and bustle of the Champs-Élysées is enhanced by the superb food at Le Cinq, the hotel's signature restaurant. The lavish La Galerie and Le Bar adorned with mahogany are also quite commendable for meals and cocktails. L'Orangerie offers contemporary fare in the historic courtyard of the hotel. For relaxation the house spa offers a classic atmosphere that provides a nice contrast to the many contemporary Zen-inspired spas around the city.
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