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I can thoroughly recommend the Holiday Inn Express Paris - CDG airport. It occupies a great location - on site at CDG airport. The rooms are clean and modern, and I got a great price for my stay.
The hotel is basic as hell, but that’s to be expected at a Holiday Inn Express! If you need an airport hotel in CDG, Paris, I would definitely look here 1st.
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The Holiday Inn Express Paris - CDG airport opened in 2018. It’s on the site of CDG airport, and can be reached for free with the CDGVal train. I was able to snag 1 night for €72!
The Holiday Inn Express is IHG’s most budget brand. As such, the hotel has very limited facilities. It has bedrooms, a bar and free breakfast for all guests. I stay at IHG hotels a lot, such as my visit to the Intercontinental Danang and the Holiday Inn Maldives.
I took the free CDGVal train from Terminal 2 to Car Park P. From there, take the covered walkway to the Holiday Inn Express Paris - CDG airport. The CDGVal is an excellent train – fast, free and modern! It reminds me of the AirTrain at JFK airport, New York. The journey took 25 minutes all in – not too bad!
I’m a massive fan of French culture, and have visited Paris many times. Check out these reviews of the Intercontinental Paris, Air France Business Class and the Air France Business Class Lounge, CDG. You won’t experience similar luxury at the Holiday Inn Express, but that’s ok too!
The Holiday Inn Express brand offers free breakfast to all guests. The breakfast was limited, with yoghurt, toast, tea/coffee, juice, fruit, cereal and pastries. It wasn’t really a breakfast. Just something to ensure your stomach isn’t empty when you arrive at the airport!
It reminded me of the breakfast at backpacking Hostels! I used to backpack a lot in my younger years! This was probably the most basic breakfast I’ve had at a hotel. The best breakfast was probably at the Conrad Maldives!
There’s a bar that’s open until 1am. There’s no restaurant, but there are overpriced snacks on offer!
I don’t understand why they don’t offer cooked food – they’re missing out on business. How difficult can it be to put some pizzas in an oven? This would be popular with guests that have just had a long flight. The hotel management could use my input!