This beautifully modernized Paris hotel reopened this Spring after a 2-1/2 year multi-million-dollar investment by its owners, completely reimagining a luxury hotel. We spent five days here in September. The hotel is brand spanking new with a modern elegance throughout. We used points to book an upgrade-level Art Deco room because we wanted a balcony on the street out front (Georges V). There appear to be a number of larger rooms and suites on some floors, but this time we were not upgraded (although Platinum) above the level we booked. Be aware that most of the rooms open only onto a fairly small interior atrium--no balconies, just windows--and there is somewhat insipid music playing all day and evening on the patio below, which also serves as a bar and breakfast venue. Privacy seemed better on the street side as well.
Our room, however, was great. The small balcony had a table and two chairs from which to observe the street scene, yet closing the door made the room quiet. I have never been in a hotel room with better lighting. There was task lighting everywhere, much of it on rheostats. The modern switches were intuitive, the bathroom lighting was outstanding, and there was even a switch for soft night lights. Outlets for charging, etc., were generous. The room had adequate hanging space and storage (although a desk drawer was curiously missing). The very large bathroom had plenty of racks for towels (something that is often missing in European hotels), copious counter space, a nicely sized shower, and abundant towels, robes, and amenities. Even the WiFi was super fast (and free).
Staff was for the most part very friendly and accommodating, especially the concierge staff (Mathieu and others) and Anne, our adorable server at breakfast.
As with most expensive hotels, prices for food and services seemed steep even by Parisian standards, but the experience was a delightful one. We had an incredibly creative dinner at La Scene, the fine dining venue, with beautiful food and attentive service. Some might find the choices too limited; study the menu to decide for yourself. Taking the Platinum free continental breakfast saved us $100 a day.