Sheraton Paris Airport Hotel & Conference Centre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSheraton Paris Airport Hotel & Conference Centre Roissy
Located at Terminal 2, convenient from Air France gates, requires a shuttle trip (CDG VAL) from Terminals 1 or 3 - 5 to 10 min depending on which
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Historical Traveler Reviews Sheraton Paris Airport Hotel & Conference Centre Roissy
We so appreciated the peaceful, sleek & modern surroundings, soft lights, comfortable bed, and spacious (for Paris) accommodation after flying 16 hours. The best part of our stay was the amazing access to various forms of transportation....the worst part was really awful room service: late, not what we ordered, medicocre quality, and below average service: indifferent front desk staff and poor concierge. The room was very clean. Owing to the convenient location and positive qualities, I would stay again albeit with lowered expectations.
I can't say enough about this hotel.
As a frequent traveller this hotel is as close to perfect as one will find anywhere in the world.
Located INSIDE the CDG terminal one could not ask for more in convenience. This means no shuttles!!
Staff were excellent and the rooms clean and modern.
The only downside is the price.
sheraton very easy to get to from terminals .right on the train station for a 30 min .journey to central paris.bedrooms where just faboulous [exec.]
exec lounge great for chill time loved massage chairs
would without doubt stay again and recommend to any body
go on give it a try you deserve it!!
Excellent Airport Hotel
We had to overnight in Paris (not a bad place to be stuck)..stayed at the CDG Sheraton and it was superb. I thought that because it was attached to the airport that it would be loud. It was amazingly quiet. Rooms were very clean, nice size, excellent amenites and superb staff. The beds were some of the best we have ever slept in.
Nice, Quite, Expensive
I agree with the previous review - this properfy is very nice, could not be more convenient for a night between catching flights, but is VERY expensive for what you get in terms of space. We had a 'deluxe' room - I would hate to see the normal ones! What lacks is space is made up for with the ability to hop on the RER about 100 feet away and take the train right into Paris. Would be a great place to stay for about half the price.
Good for one night
This was a good place to crash for a night before heading elsewhere. The service was good and the shuttle service was fairly prompt, although you need to call the hotel first from the international terminal to come and get you. The hotel is well insulated from airplane noise and the room service is acceptable. The gym is tiny but serves its purpose. My only beef with the place is that is very pricey for what you get (250 euros, club floor and no breakfast).
Perfect for the overnight stop between flights
We used this hotel to break up the short Europen leg of the journey from Venice on the Sunday afternoon with the long flight back home to the Caribbean early the next morning.
Surprisingly quiet despite views over the airport taxi ranks, an excellent and reasonably priced room service dinner and friendly staff everywhere made this the perfect stopover.
Even better was that next morning we never left the terminal and checked in for our flight without once having to step outside (it was raining and cold).
We will definitely use this again for every future Paris overnighter between connecting flights.
Cool Paris Airport Hotel
The Sheraton at Charles de Gaulle airport is a sleek, modern hotel located in the center of the various terminals at this huge facility.
The hotel is attached to the central international terminals, as well as the airport train station. The walk, assisted by moving walkways, is about 10 minutes to these terminals but the domestic terminal requires a trip on the airport shuttle bus. I don't believe the hotel runs its own shuttle. Our room was very quiet and the decor is ultra-sleek and modern. As has been mentioned in another review, the shower stall is cool to look at but will produce a lake on the bathroom floor! This is an excellent hotel for a night prior to a morning flight rather than having to worry about getting to the airport from Paris. The hotel was very accomodating in keeping some of our luaggage for the week that we spent on the Riviera. The upgrade to the "Club floor" was not worth much however. The club lounge was poorly stocked and nothing special. I would definitely stay here again on my way in or out of Paris.
We travel to Europe every winter to ski and always stay at this hotel regardless of whether we are passing through or spending a few days in Paris. The reason is convenience and comfort. It is not THAT far a walk; believe me, we walk it with a luggage cart and carrying skis! The great thing is that it the Metro access is literally just outside the entranc of the hotel. Makes getting in and out of the city easy... We always just zip in for dinner, zip back, spend the night and then are easily out the next morning for our flight home.
Drawbacks: The showers look nice but yield a small flood ALWAYS! The menu in the restaurant is limited for dinner although breakfast buffet is quite good. Personnel are friendly and room is very comfortable and quiet.
Easy 45 minute walk from airport terminals
This is advertised as a hotel INSIDE the airport, yet it is a very far walk from some teriminals, and there is NO SHUTTEL service to help with baggage. convenient if you can walk, but SOME terminals are quite far..
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