The hotel is a simple walk from the train once you arrive at CDG and a simple walk to the free airport shuttle to access your airport terminal. This particular visit we had a superior room that had a window which opened to the front parking lot of the hotel. Nice to have some daylight. Very quiet. Comfortable bed. We ate dinner at the hotel and the food was quite good for a hotel restaurant. The price was worth the reduced stress by being able to rely on ourselves to get to the airport in time rather than public transportation or a taxi.
wonderful experience and good night sleep. I had a bad experience with Best Western in Paris and lost $700. So, real happy this time around. This hotel was great for my sister two yrs. ago as well. will be back soon.
Shuttle service worked well both from airport and from hotel. Staff spoke fluent English which was helpful. Restaurant was a bit pricey and wine was overpriced compared to our experience in the rest of France.
We really enjoyed our experience staying at the CitizenM at the CDG Paris airport. The was welcoming and informative explaining in English about the hotel. Dinner was a wonderful experience, great food and wine and desserts. Breakfast was equally good too, tho coffee is considered an extra not an essential as Americans would say! The location was perfect for access to the CDG Paris Airport and taxi service worked well, tho there is construction around the hotel.
I stayed here when I had to spend a night in Paris to make a connection the next day. I got an incredible good deal and being close to the airport I could relax the day I flew back. It has a very good gym, like all the Hilton's and the pool looked fine. They manage the noise very well and it has a very nice view of the landing strip. Staff are very nice, like all Hilton's although they seemed to be understaffed at the front desk And at breakfast. Also, how they manage their overall logistics, including the elevators can be improved. Breakfast was ok although I expected something more from a Hilton in Paris
Northeast of Paris, Roissy-en-France is home to a quarter of the land at Charles de Gaulle International Airport. Suburban trains and buses service Paris. Otherwise, Roissy is mostly a Paris bedroom community.