Four Seasons Paris now has three Michelin starred restaurants


Not many hotels can boast of a Michelin star for all of its restaurants. Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris has become the first hotel in Europe to earn the prestigious Michelin award for all three of its restaurants. Le Cinq, L’Orangerie and Le George.

Signature restaurant Le Cinq first earned its three Michelin stars in 2016 with Chef Christian Le Squer at the helm. This French haute cuisine restaurant retained its three stars this year.

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L’Orangerie led by Chef David Bizet gained a Michelin star after just eight months of its opening in May 2016. The menu at L’Orangerie is based on the four seasons and the pillars of contemporary French gastronomy. Le George presents a more modern interpretation of Mediterranean cuisine and is led by Chef Simone Zanoni. A remarkable feat for both restaurants considering both are fairly new.

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Jose Silva, regional vice president and general manager of Four Seasons Hotel George V, said in a statement “We believe that a memorable stay would be incomplete without an extraordinary dining experience… We are honored to be the first hotel in Europe to hold this designation and look forward to many more years of culinary excellence.”