Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris renovates Salon Vendôme

Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris renovates Salon Vendôme.
Designed by French interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, the fully-renovated Salon Vendôme blends traditional and contemporary decors. Photo credit: Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris

Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris completed the renovation of Salon Vendôme, an event space with a classic Parisian atmosphere.

The property is the only luxury hotel in Paris to offer 1,200 square meters (13,000 square feet) of event space across seven rooms.

Designed by French interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, the fully renovated Salon Vendôme blends traditional and contemporary decors. With more than 465 square meters (5,000 square feet) of flexible event space, the space now has a color palette with shades of grey, cream and ivory.

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Furnished with integrated technology and offering theater-style seating for 400, Salon Vendôme can host up to 370 guests for a seated dinner. The room is fully soundproofed.

The Salon Auteuil foyer, which occupies an area of 190 square meters (2,045 square feet), was also recently renovated. With a total of 655 square meters (7,045 square feet), Salon Vendôme and Salon Auteuil can accommodate up to 700 guests.

The renovations of Salon Vendôme and the Salon Auteuil complete the construction of the property’s private event spaces as announced last year. In 2018, Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris also unveiled three new spaces flooded with natural light.

Similarly completely renovated by Pierre-Yves Rochon, Salon Napoléon, Salon Louis XII and the foyer open into an outdoor courtyard that can be fully privatized and furnished to suit guests’ requirements. Covering an area of 70 square meters (732 square feet) and decorated with antique boiserie paneling dating from the 19th century, Salon Napoléon has ceiling moldings that recapture the glamour of the Belle Époque.

Meanwhile, spread out over 80 square meters (861 square feet), Salon Louis XIII has a Renaissance fireplace and boiserie paneling dating back to the 1930s. It is also adorned with Aubusson tapestries, one of which dates back to 1725.

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