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Condé Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards Overall Score: 94.7
No. of Units: 245
"The lobby alone is worth the trip." This 1928 white-stone Art Deco landmark with an inner courtyard, near the Champs-Élysées, is where "the magic of Paris comes to life." Public spaces come in shades of beige, off-white, and pale gray, and feature Norwegian wood paneling and seventeenth-century tapestries from Flanders. "Amazing rooms" designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon are illuminated by chandeliers, and have classic French furniture, rich fabrics, and reproductions of Renaissance art. "The floral arrangements in the rooms are a work of genius"; some rooms have private balconies or terraces. In addition to its French cuisine, Le Cinq has "an attractive bar, with top service."
Photograph courtesy Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris