Golden Tulip Paris CDG Airport Villepinte
The Golden Tulip has many benefits for the intrepid traveler heading to France, especially if the main aim is to stay close to Paris without paying Paris prices. Because it's conveniently located near Charles de Gaulle, guests say it's also an ideal choice for layovers or short stints in the area, especially since the hotel provides a shuttle bus to take travelers to and from the bustling airport. The hotel itself is a bit like a filling meal: the rooms are tidy and spacious, and although there aren't a lot of amenities, there are enough to keep guests fully satisfied.
Standard amenities include free public WiFi, access to the sauna, and limited access to the health club. For a fee, guests can see the on-site doctor, get their clothing dry cleaned, use the secretary service, and check in or out at the express rate. Golden Tulip also has a restaurant on the grounds, Le Restaurant, with an intercontinental buffet. Menu items also include snacks and cocktails, so harried travelers have the chance to grab a bite, sip a drink, and relax after the madness of flying in or preparing to head out again. All in all, it's a solid pick.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Tulip Paris CDG Airport Villepinte Roissy
This is a basic hotel with great service but limited dining options. only a buffet for meals which was expensive. But very convenient for an overnight at the airport.
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