Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris introduces new penthouse suite

Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris introduced its new penthouse suite, which feature six terraces offering a 360 degree view of Paris and 1,630 square feet of space.

The Penthouse's architecture is designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon to emphasize its open spaces. The venue boasts soft tones of the travertine flooring reflected in the walls decorated with sycamore and majilite. Also available are floral arrangements created by Jeff Leatham, the hotel's artistic director.

The Penthouse's winter garden is decorated in floral fabric and separated from the living room by a wrought iron door. The terrace, shaped like the bow of a ship, provides an even wider view of the Paris. From the terrace, steps lead to an upper balcony perched even higher on the roof. The bedroom with its own terrace features a four-poster daybed.

Another gem in the suite is the beige marble bathroom, designed to be as luxurious as a lounge. Next to the walk-in shower stands a grand overflow bath fitted with jets and a chromotherapy system. Also featured are white orchids, and a large dressing room bathed in natural light and which is decorated like a boudoir.

The brain behind the apartment, Pierre-Yves Rochon, worked with the luxury houses including Baccarat, Lalique, Lelièvre, Edmond Petit, Veraseta and Bobic (a Slovenian company specializing in yachting) for the furnishings and fittings.

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