It is difficult to imagine now that a building’s top floors used to be left for the use by servants as the access was tedious for the owners. However the situation changed dramatically after industrialist Elisha Otis invented the elevator in 1852. With access becoming convenient, living up in the air became more opulent and luxurious. Hoteliers and real estate developers began commissioning rooftop residences and penthouse suites in the skyscrapers.
The penthouse apartments and suites became the symbol of luxury with bespoke amenities, spectacular views, dedicated service. Penthouse suites are increasingly becoming the focus of hoteliers and the latest such exclusive suite has been introduced by Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris. Spread over 160 square meters of pure luxury it provides a 360 degree view of the city. Pierre-Yves Rochon has designed the suite to provide the discerning guests an experience of Paris that is totally new and breathtaking.
Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris Excellence Reflected in the Suite
The Four Seasons in Paris has always been reinventing itself and with its six terraces this new penthouse suite is another step in the hotel’s pursuit of excellence. The suit has an airy architecture and the layout has created many open spaces. Decorated in soft tones, the suite successfully creates a sense of home. Hotel’s Artistic Director Jeff Leatham has worked on the floral arrangement in the suite to add to the elegance.