To celebrate the Easter holidays, the Palace offers Parisians a gourmet break rich in surprises, imagined with the help of Maison Tartine et Chocolat. A suspended weekend that is sure to delight young and old.
Staycation at George V, the escape next to home
It is undoubtedly the best kept secret of the right bank. Located a few steps from the Champs Élysées, the Palace has become a popular haunt for Parisians in search of escape and serenity. For a weekend, guests come to recharge their batteries in the soothing setting of the Four Seasons George V and enjoy the personalized attention of the most exclusive service. If the staycation has been in vogue for several years, the current restrictions are favorable to it, reinforcing the desire to escape from city dwellers forced to stay near their home. A trend that the Palace has adopted with all the creativity and refinement that characterize it.
Le Petit George, Mascot of the George V, resulting from the collaboration with Tartine et Chocolat
A tailor-made family stay
On the occasion of the Easter holidays, the Four Seasons George V unveils its new charming asset: a tailor-made stay * for families, designed in collaboration with the children’s fashion house Tartine et Chocolat.
As soon as the bedroom door is crossed, children will have the joy of discovering the personalized universe dedicated to them. For the little ones, that of a cozy cocoon created by the baby bed set with the Tartine et Chocolat logo, and a sleeping bag available in the Palace gray, pearl and white colors. A play mat will allow baby to appropriate his space, when the older ones will have plenty of time to play and draw on the creative space made available to them, coloring books and colored pencils included.
Highlight of the welcome in your room, the discovery of Little George, the mascot of the George V, resulting from the partnership with the House of children’s fashion. Little brother of Lucien Le Chien, this delicate soft toy with round and comforting curves and a playful air is adorned with the soft and timeless Garda stripe, so dear to the world of Tartine et Chocolat. Available in two sizes, plush and plush version, the Little George will be the perfect accomplice for this timeless stay.
Access to the swimming pool totally privatized
In a context where activities are greatly reduced, the prospect of a 17-meter swimming pool appeals to parents and baby swimmers alike! In order to respect health standards, each family has a time slot to enjoy the facilities (swimming pool and jacuzzi) in a totally privatized manner. A precious moment of games to be enjoyed with the family. The good idea? That of offering bathrobes and slippers adapted for the little ones. For adults, swimming can be preceded or followed by a treatment at the Hotel SPA for a personalized moment of relaxation. The opportunity to test the range of body treatments created exclusively for the Palace by the French brand Olivier Claire, renowned for its high performance beauty treatments based on plant extracts.
The 17m swimming pool at the Hotel George V
A snack signed by pastry chef Michael Bartocetti
To delight the taste buds of gourmets in short pants and those of their parents, pastry chef Michael Bartoccetti has in store for them the surprise of a chocolate snack placed under the sign of playfulness and childhood. Thought out as a creative variation around chocolate, the Easter collection combines both visual and taste pleasure, with Eggs with harmonious curves with iridescent reflections, the tasting of which will thrill palates eager for crunchies. Special mention to the Marbled Egg with a soft and comforting brioche texture, as well as to the deliciously addictive collection of cookies where the caramel is available in a salted butter, fleur de sel and peanut version, or dressed in dark chocolate.
Easter collection presented at the Pop Up “1,2,3… Chocolat!” of the George V
In terms of catering, the Palace hits the mark with children with a menu kids friendly in generous portions, ideal for catering to hungry little guests when they return from the pool. Parents will not be left out with a menu that renews part of its offer every day with a dish of the day, but also meat and fish from the market. Included in the family offer, a bonus of € 150 to be spent at the spa or room service will allow families to compose a menu adapted to everyone’s desires while enjoying the dishes in the intimate comfort of their room.
For those who wish to discover the sweet universe of chef Michael Bartocetti, the Palace opens its doors to the public for a gourmet pop up on Thursday 1is to Sunday April 5 from 10:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. An essential step to make this festive weekend a real journey of the senses!