Marriott International has unveiled its latest Paris property, with the rebranding of the former Radisson Blu CDG under the group’s Courtyard brand.
The Courtyard by Marriott Paris Roissy CDG Airport Hotel has undergone a 15-month refurbishment programme, and now features the latest Courtyard design, with a redesigned lobby featuring touchscreen technology GoBoard, which allows guests to view the latest airport information and research popular tourist attractions.
The hotel also now features the brand’s Kitchen and Bar concept, new to Courtyard properties in Europe, which Marriott says offers “a relaxed, bistro environment with French-inspired menu items”.
Other facilities at the 240-room property include free wifi, 100sqm of meeting space across 12 rooms, a fitness centre, and a free airport shuttle service.
The Courtyard by Marriott Paris Roissy CDG Airport Hotel is the seventh Courtyard property in France, and is set to be joined by the Courtyard by Marriott Paris Gare de Lyon later this year, followed by two Courtyard hotels at Porte de Versailles and the southeastern Paris suburb of Cretail in 2019.