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Le Georges V Four Seasons Hotel

Shakespeare_24 Le Georges V is a fabulous art déco landmark hotel dating from 1928, just off the Champs Elysées.  This meeting place for business or perhaps pleasure is the favoured spot of well-heeled Parisiennes.  This year the christmas décor is inspired by Dan Flavin's strip lights, an inventive break from the norm.  It's no surprise because the hotel's resident Fleuriste, Jeff Leatham (voted twice best florist in Europe) is a world leader in trends and has to stay one step ahead of the game.  Originally at the Four Seasons in Beverley Hills his fans include Ungaro and Cher.........

Step in from the cold and treat yourself to some of the beautiful teas inspired by les fêtes; Thé Christmas - Parfait accord de thé noir de chine, Caramel, Marasquin et Amande.  For a real winter warmer you could quaff a "Grog" (Rhum Blanc, Jus de citron, sucre de canne, clou de girofle) in the cosy bar.

If it's the cuisine you're after, Le Cinq restaurant (2 etoiles), a beautiful dining room - style Louis XIV & Louis XV1 - with an intimate atmosphere and only 70 places, is exquisite - but do book well in advance.  Philippe Legendre is at the helm - one of his signature dishes is La crème de cresson au caviar.

A room at the hotel will set you back about 760 euros a night with a suite around 11,000 euros but if a little luxury will suffice, pop to take afternoon tea in the Galerie and admire the 18th century wall hangings or get snug in the bar with a real log fireplace. 

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