Ibis Paris CDG Terminal Roissy
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Paris CDG Terminal Roissy
I love to stay at this hotel. It is very convenient and a good base for me when coming to France or on transit. Prices are reasonable and the restaurant downstairs a great place to eat
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We had rung the doorbell and I guess that was how he knew we were down there waiting to get in. He was surprised to see four of us standing there. We assured him they were friends and we were the only ones staying there. Was worried about our luggage and on the way up to where we were staying, he gave us a key to a storeroom where we could put some of our luggage if we wanted to.
... Eiffel Tower restaurant. Lovely meal, high above the city with great views. On our descent we walked across the road to catch a cruise boat. What a bun fight. Very disappointing cruise, all herded like cattle, then seated on hard chairs in rows on deck. You could hadly see anything. After the cruise, everyone was complaining, and gave 100% thumbs down on the tour evaluation. Sad to have this lousy climax to what has been a wonderful ...
... from all over the world!! It was not like our leisurely stroll through the gardens and easy access to views of the ponds and everything almost to ourselves back in the nineties. There were even two geishas in full regalia with their mincing gait.
I tried to take a photo of Lily Page on THE bridge with the lace parasol she bought in Bruges but there were so many others on the bridge. I took it ...
... to do. Actually just watching everyone trying to position themselves and get the perfect shot was entertaining! I avoided the above mentioned selfie and just stood and stared.....and realised I was standing in front of a very very famous painting. After A LOT more rooms, halls, paintings, sculptures, statues later.....we were done! We found our way across the street (avoiding the hawkers trying to sell miniature Eiffel towers) ...
... everything from Moët et Chandon champagne and Poilâne bread to exquisite apricots, a whole aisle of yogurts, and a good selection of wines and cheeses. When we spotted this Sancerre barrel outside a cafe along the way, we had our cue for what wine to order when we got to La Fermette Marbeuf. This Belle Epoque jewel of a restaurant is ...