Paris’ most famous hotel, the George V Paris sums up classic French chic. A Four Seasons property, the city centre hotel mixes a legendary history with a modern approach to design, flower displays and hospitality. It’s French by way of exceptional American customer service.


The hotel was built in 1928 and since then it’s been at the heart of Parisian society weddings. All the couture houses are nearby and it’s a short walk to all of Paris’ major attractions, such as the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower.


As a wedding venue, it’s truly iconic. The gorgeously historic hotel has eight function rooms which can be used for everything from small intimate dinners to lavish ceremonies and wedding breakfast events. The hotel ballroom, the Salon Vendome can host a ceremony for 450 people or a sit down meal for 315 and it’s captivating splendour will stun any guest. It’s themed around classical grandeur, complete with chandeliers and architecture covered in gold leaf. 


The Foyer Vendome, which can be hired as a separate space has a grand white staircase and makes a special spot for elegant weddings. The rooms’ high ceilings mean there’s plenty of light all year round and they make for fabulous backdrops no matter what size the wedding.


The smaller hotel suites can seat between eight and 100 but no matter which you opt for you’re guaranteed the same exceptional service, both pre-event and on the day. The hotel is widely regarded as top of its game when it comes to looking after its guests and every liitle thing is taken care of.


Guests also who choose to get married at the Four Seasons George V in Paris also have the added extra of being cooked for by the hotel’s Three-Michelin-Star Chef Christian Le Squer who is behind the famous Le Cinq restaurant in the hotel plus the flower arrangements are overseen by the hotel’s much-lauded artistic director, Jeff Leatham who is responsible for the minimalist but stunning blooms that greet you in the lobby (and throughout the hotel).