Novotel Convention & Wellness Roissy CDG
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Convention & Wellness Roissy CDG
This was a great choice for a quick stopover in Paris. The rooms are beautiful and modern, with great facilities. The nearby Roissy village is within walking distance and is wonderful to visit for dinner and the like. The only downside is the airport bus - extremely slow and crowded. Otherwise, a very nice stay.
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We found out that the Louvre opened at 9.00am and decided to
get up early so we would miss the queues.
We actually slept in till 8.20.
Leaping out of bed, we both said…….Ah well, we're on
holiday………let’s have breakfast and then, we’ll put up with the queues.
We got there at 10.15 after braving the Metro which we
actually did ok, after a lot of checking of maps ...
... from the hallways can’t get in and I can’t even start telling you how wrong the charger is to my laptop.
I cracked myself up back in 2001 when we sold our house in Watertown. We had a DVD player in the bedroom and the day we moved there in 1992 I set an envelope in front of the glowing time on the player. The day we moved out, I remove that envelope which turned out to be a bank statement from 1987!
... at the Hotel de la Paix. ( hotel of peace basically ). It's seriously the cuteness and quaint hotel. It's also tiny, which for me its what I except in Europe. The elevator shaft has room for two people or one person with a big piece of luggage. It's an old school elevator, the one with a door you open and close yourself - which I think is pretty sweet. My parents and I are staying in a junior sweet which honestly isn't a suite at all, in America, you would ...
... TFMF (previously know as Croque Monsieur) and some wine, Stephen took it upon himself to waste a full glass of wine by throwing (he claims knocking) it over me. What a very good idea to carry some wet ones. We then got back on the metro at went a few stops to the Trocodero and the Eiffel Tower. Really amazing. We didn't really get that close last time but this was perfect. We didn't go up as the queues were significant and we were happy ...
... the movie Hugo yet, please do. It really illustrates the struggles and triumphs of those early directors and magicians of the screen. After the museum I wandered the streets a bit on my way to rendez-vous with Gerome who had promised to take me someplace romantique to make up for ditching me at the fireworks. We took the metro to Notre Dame and strolled the streets of the old city and made a wish at the St. Michel fountain. He took me to ...