Courtyard by Marriott has opened its fifth hotel
in France, the Courtyard Paris Arcueil.
Located in Arcueil, a
suburb just south of Paris, the 170-room hotel is located close to the
headquarters of many French corporations and situated near
numerous public transportation options allowing guests to reach
the heart of downtown Paris in just 20 minutes.
Opening rates begin from €99 (US$135) per
night through 30 April 2011.
Janis Milham, vice president
and global brand manager, Courtyard by Marriott said, “We are
excited to introduce our exclusive GoBoard technology in France.
The GoBoard is a highly interactive 55-inch LCD touch screen in
our Courtyard by Marriott lobbies that is packed with a wealth of
local information, weather, and news enabling our guests to find
great restaurants, attractions and directions, all at their
The Courtyard Paris Arcueil boasts 170 stylish
and sophisticated guestrooms, featuring ergonomic work areas and
For onsite dining, the hotel features Oleo Pazzo, a
delightful Mediterranean bistro. In addition, the Courtyard Paris
Arcueil boasts a 24-hour market featuring a choice of light meals,
snacks and drinks.
A 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness center is
also on-site so guests can maintain their fitness on the road.
Amy McPherson, president and
managing director for Marriott International in Europe said,
“Courtyard is expanding globally at a rapid pace and we are
thrilled with the growth of the brand here in Europe. Last year we
announced our goal to
double our presence in Europe by 2015. Just
this year, we expect to open five more Courtyard hotels in Europe
in cities including Moscow, Munich and another fabulous addition
here in France in Boulogne.”
With nearly 900 locations in 35 countries,
Courtyard is Marriott’s largest brand.
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