Prince Alwaleed: George V hotel is best in the world
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, chairman of Kingdom Holding Company (KHC), said that “Paris Four Seasons Hotel George V is the best and most prestigious in the world” as it was awarded the “Best Overseas Business Hotel in France” in Conde Nast Traveler.
The George V’s luxurious and elegant interior and architectural design has made it unique.
The decor is a combination of classical designs with a modern touch.
The hotel’s interiors are adorned with magnificent tapestries and spectacular flowers.
The hotel houses the famous Le Cinq restaurant that provides guests with an exceptional experience.
Prince Alwaleed acquired the George V in 1996 for $178 million.
A two-year $125 million comprehensive renovation was started in 1997.
The total cost of acquiring the hotel and renovation amounted to $303 million, reflecting the Prince’s dedication to restore the glory of this landmark.
Since its reopening in 1999, the Four Seasons George V has become internationally-renowned for its top notch services.
When the hotel reopened Prince Alwaleed commented saying, “I am confident that the George V with its new look will be the crown jewel of hotels in the world. Great efforts have been exerted to offer the best luxury services. I am sure that guests of the George V will experience unparalleled service.”