Guests at the new complex will be able to enjoy a bar at the Courtyard by Marriott Paris Charles de Gaulle Central Airport.
Projects that integrate two hotel brands are hot right now. A few days after Radisson announced the simultaneous opening of a Radisson Red and Radisson at Oslo Airport
, it’s another hub, and not the least for French business travelers, Paris CDG, that’s seeing a Marriott International Group resort.
While Radisson played on a lifestyle-classic mix in Oslo, the association proposed by Marriott is based on both short stays with a mid-range Courtyard hotel and on long-term travel with a Residence Inn hotel.
Owned by the ADP Group and opened under a long-term lease, the new complex is located in the airport area and benefits from a free 7-minute shuttle service to terminals 1, 2 and 3 of Charles de Gaulle Airport, in addition to the proximity of the RER and TGV train stations. The hotels are also just a 10-minute drive from the Villepinte convention center and Paris-Le Bourget airport.
With a total of 335 rooms, this dual-brand development integrates a 229-room Courtyard by Marriott and a Residence Inn with 90 studios and 16 one-bedroom suites, all with kitchens, under the same roof. A self-service laundry room is also available. In addition, guests can take advantage of shared facilities, including a bar and restaurant, a fitness room and a 50-space parking lot equipped with four electric charging points. The complex also has seven meeting rooms for a 212 square meter event space.
” Our experience in this location has shown us that travelers and businesses are increasingly attracted to flexible accommodation options
,” said Luc Vicherd, vice president of operations in France for Cycas Hospitality, the company that manages the venue. Cycas has some experience in the airport area, having been behind the opening of the Hyatt Place and Hyatt House in Paris CDG in 2020. A dual-branded complex, already.
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