Fri, 13 April 2018

IHG Opens France’s Largest Holiday Inn Express

The largest Holiday Inn Express in France has opened at one of the Europe’s busiest airports.

 The Holiday Inn Express at Paris – Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Airport is directly connected to Terminal 1 providing easy access to one of the world's busiest airports as well as speedy transport links into central Paris.

Each room at the newly built 305-room Holiday Inn Express features wide beds with noise-absorbing headboards, bed-side built-in USB ports, plasma screens that can be connected to personal devices to stream media, a power shower and free Wi-Fi available throughout the hotel.

Room at Holiday Inn Express at Paris Charles de Gaulle. Click to enlarge.

In the modern public spaces, guests can also enjoy an Express Start Breakfast included in their room rate, offering a selection of hot and continental food.

 The Express Café & Bar is also open 24/7 so there’s always a place for jet-lagged travellers, late arrivers or  early risers to grab a bite.

 The hotel also boasts naturally lit meeting spaces which are available for business meetings.

Arnaud Vermerie, GM of Holiday Inn Express Paris - CDG Airport, said, “Paris is already a European travel hub and our new hotel is in a prime position to support the needs of business and leisure guests alike. We’re also in a great location for those who  wish to venture into central Paris as we are right opposite the train station. More importantly, we offer a comfortable bed and a power shower to leave all travellers feeling refreshed.”

Holiday Inn Express is IHG’s largest and fastest growing hotel brand globally with 2,600 hotels open and an additional 766 set to open in the next few years. Across Europe, there are 244 Holiday Inn Express hotels open and 67 in the development pipeline, 9 of which will be in France. Across all its brands, IHG has 56 hotels open in France, and a further 15 in the development pipeline.

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