The hotel provides a shuttle service to all terminals, while central Paris can be reached by the RER B line.
Spanish hotel group Melia said the 266-room, ten-loft property would show off the Innside brand’s new identity, which looks to increase its appeal to younger business and leisure travellers.
That includes an emphasis on design, with an interior by French designer Jean-Philippe Nuel pairing wood and concrete. The exterior was developed by Parisian architects SCAU.
Rooms have white furnishings and come with bathrobes and slippers, a coffee machine and a minibar with fresh juices and local beer.
Superior+ guests get Smeg fridges with a range of snacks, sound systems and complimentary streaming services.
Innside was acquired by Melia (then known as Sol Melia) in 2007, and has grown from eight to over 40 properties in the last five years.