Suite Novotel Paris Roissy CDG
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
Photos of Suite Novotel Paris Roissy CDG
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsSuite Novotel Paris Roissy CDG
Good wifi, bar, food.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Suite Novotel Paris Roissy CDG
Travel Blogs from Roissy
Got the car back to Peugeot Leasing today and John was quite pleased to get rid of it, why you ask? Well in Europe from 1 November all cars need to be fitted with winter tyres. Did not find this out till later in the piece so I ran the gauntlet and drove against the rules for over a month. My friend John taught me well, rules are meant to be bent. …
... shopping! So couldn't afford a YSL handbag or Prada shoes or Armani Junior for Zoe, but it was fun to look. We had morning tea in a cafe on the 5th floor and Zoe completed her French food challenge by having a large pan au chocolate. We then headed out into the shopping district. Zoe went wild and crazy in GAP, we found a Sephora and I got some pants in Zara. We looked in Printemps and lots and lots of other shops, most way too expensive for our modest budget! We then headed ...
... next stop was the Louvre, this is quite a massive compound and structive it is much bigger than we had imagined. I would like to note that at this stage we are probably looking at about 33 degrees and we are practically melting. The thing with Paris that really caught my eye is the fact that there are so many opportunities for large patches of grass but instead you are looking at gravel or paving. This is obviously aside from the Louvre gardens and Tuilleries gardens ...
... decided to exit from a different gate this time thinking she would make it easy for our poor old jetlagged bodies but unfortunately we chose the wrong one and ended up walking way too far hence we were unable to make it to collect her suitcases.
How could I forget? Carmen always said the first thing she wanted to do was indulge in a Nutella Crepe on arrival and clearly it didn't take too long before she found her 1st Crepe stand.
Oh well, ...
... costing hundreds of dollars. Maybe one day we will be rich and back to shop for real! We walked through a horde of French military officers and came across this square where we sat determined to find our location on the map. We figured out the Louvre was to the left and the Eiffel tower was to the right. We strolled through the Tuileries Garden until we made it to the Louvre to catch the subway back home for dinner. Our feet were killing us and we were ...