The new hotel has been designed with the aim to service guests with easy access to one of the world’s busiest airports, as well as to provide speedy transport links into central Paris. The newly built 305-room property has been designed with room features such as wide beds with noise-absorbing headboards, bed-side built-in USB ports, plasma screens that can be connected to personal devices to stream media, a power shower and free Wi-Fi.
Guests can eat at Express Start Breakfast or Express Café and Bar, which is open 24/7. Additionally, the hotel boasts naturally lit meeting spaces which are available for business meetings.
“Paris is already a European travel hub and our new hotel is in a prime position to support the needs of business and leisure guests alike,” expanded Arnaud Vermerie, general manager, Holiday Inn Express, CDG.