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For travelers looking for close-to-airport accommodation, Charles de Gaulle offers many options. From airside hotels to accommodations adjacent to terminals and from a wide selection of hotels inside the airport complex to alternatives located just a few minutes away, it all comes to your needs and demands. Depending on your budget, the ideal distance from your terminal, and, of course, your preferences, you can choose between the top 5 hotels near Paris Airport:

1. Top Proximity Option: YotelAir Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

YotelAir is the only accommodation inside the airport terminals. Located at the Gate L (S3) of T2E (right at the end of Instant Paris free airport lounge), the hotel is addressed exclusively to passengers with a boarding pass for Gates K, L, or M of CDG Airport (passengers flying to non-Schengen destinations). With 80 small cabins, the rooms’ dimensions are limited. Still, the cabins are clean and modern, featuring all the basic amenities. What’s more, the hotel has a lounge area (Komyuniti lounge) and offers free Wi-Fi. The rooms are booked per hour with a 4-hour minimum stay limit, while passengers can book a shower cabin and enjoy a 30-minute bath. Overall, YotelAir prices are considered moderate.

    Top Proximity Option 2: Sheraton Paris Airport Hotel

Sheraton Paris Airport Hotel lies a 5-minute walk from T2E, at the airport’s landside. The hotel can be accessed by the other T2 sub-terminals via the N1 free shuttle, whereas to get to T1 and T3, you’ll have to take the free CDGVAL train from the T2 Rail Station. The 4-star hotel is a luxury accommodation option, with well-appointed rooms, 6 meeting areas, 2 restaurants serving French and international dishes, an excellent bar area (Galaxy Bar) with comfortable seating and sport-displaying TV screens, and a 24/7 fitness center.

Our tip: The super comfortable beds -a by now anticipated amenity by Sheraton chain’s loyal clients- are undoubtedly the hotel’s “cream of the cream”.

2. The Luxury Option: Pullman Paris Roissy CDG Airport

Pullman Paris Roissy Cdg Airport is located just 5 minutes away from T3 on foot and a 4-minute ride with CDGVAL free shuttle trains from T1 and T2. The hotel rooms are spacious and luxurious while being soundproofed. Moreover, the hotel offers its guests an indoor pool and a 24/7 fitness area, a business center, 2 bars, and The Culinaire Bazaar serving local dishes along with an appealing wine list.

Our tip: Pullman Paris Roissy lies inside the Roissypôle, a building complex between CDG airport T2 and T3 housing offices, airport hotels as well as a train station.

3. The Luxury Homie Option: citizenM Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

CitizenM Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, also situated at Roissypôle, is a 3-minute walk from T3. You won’t fall for the rooms, although they are soundproofed, modern, and inspiringly designed with king-size beds and tablet-controlled light and electronic room settings. Nevertheless, you won’t want to leave the hotel’s lobby area, resembling the coziest living room you can imagine, full of colorful touches and decorated with actual works of art. The hotel also has a bar along with around-the-clock room service and provides its guests with free iMacs upon request.

4. The Mid-Range Option: ibis Styles Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

Ibis Styles Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport doesn’t offer much. However, the provided services are top-rated and, overall, it is a top value-for-money option. Also to be found at Roissypôle, 3 minutes from T3, the hotel has cozy rooms, along with a restaurant offering international dishes and a bar area.

5. The Budget Option: Hôtel Première Classe Roissy Charles De Gaulle

Hôtel Première Classe Roissy Charles De Gaulle, the budget option near CDG Airport, lies 4.5 km from the airport. The hotel is contemporarily designed, with minimal yet stylish rooms kitted with basic amenities. What’s more, it offers free Wi-Fi as well as parking upon payment and automatic vending machines (a handy and cheap food and drink option), while its guests have access to a library, a lounge area, and a terrace.

Our tip: To reach Hôtel Première Classe, you can use the navettes hôtels (hotel shuttle buses), linking the airport to the nearby yet not adjacent hotels. The hotel shuttles stop at Gare SNCF and Aérogare 1 – Roissypôle, and they run every 20 minutes from 05:12 am to around 00:30 am. The right bus for your hotel is the Pink Line. Please remember that some of the bus lines are free. If this is not the case, you’ll have to pay a 5€/5$ ticket for your bus ride.

Where to Stay in Paris: the Top 5 Paris Hotels

If proximity to the airport isn’t an absolute must for your accommodation in Paris, then opting for a hotel in the Paris city center is definitely the best course of action. Stay in the heart of the French capital, a breath away from the countless Paris attractions, and become part of the magic atmosphere that is the city’s everyday life!

1. The Sky-High Price Option: Le Bristol Paris – an Oetker Collection Hotel

If you want to become a part of the authentic Paris experience and feel the city’s atmosphere of wealth and aristocracy, then search no more: Le Bristol is the perfect hotel option for you. The 5-star hotel, with almost one century of experience in the hospitality industry ( it was opened in 1925), has welcomed great political personages, artists, and members of the international jet set during its long history. Apart from its lavish 18th-century decorated rooms, the hotel has Michelin-awarded restaurants and excellent bar facilities (the restaurant Epicure, the modern 114 Frauburg, the cozy Café Antonia, the impressive Bar du Bristol, and the scenic outdoor Jardin area), as well as a 3-floor spa zone with an indoor pool, a special selection of massages and beauty treatments, a hair salon, a fitness center and a play area for children.

Our tip: As expected, the price for a room exceeds 1000€ (1000$) per night.

2. The Expensive Alternative: Grand Powers Hotel

Another hotel carrying a long history, the Grand Powers Hotel, has welcomed guests since 1920. Nowadays, the hotel stands near the most luxurious Paris boutiques, close to Champs-Elysées, and speaks to the heart of visitors who are looking for a classic “French-style” accommodation experience. Having been completely renovated, it is now decorated based on the middle 20th-century design trends and aims at luxurious, premium services, but also at the personal approach to the guests. The hotel houses a spa and gym area, along with a restaurant facility and a bar with a champagne menu worth exploring.

3. The Mid-Range Option: Hotel Les Deux Gares

If color, coziness, and joy were a hotel, then they would certainly be Hotel Les Deux Gares. The hotel, with the traditional furniture and the colorful details dominating all over its premises, has blended the English design approach with the French tradition and Art Deco and the result is simply delightful! What’s more, it has a fitness center and a sauna facility, a bar-restaurant while offering nice views of the Paris skyline.

4. The Budget Option: MOB HOTEL Paris Les Puces

Located a little further from the heart of Paris, MOB HOTEL Paris Les Puces lies on the north side of Paris, in a quiet area in sync with its character. The hotel staff’s young age, their attentiveness and will to serve, the informal still efficiently provided services and the hotel’s layout -comfortable, cozy, and unique- are only a few reasons why it is listed among the Paris most popular hotels. Moreover, it has a restaurant serving dishes made from organic ingredients, a grocery store, two rooftop terraces, and a courtyard, being the hotel’s hub. There, guests can enjoy a film, a BBq, or even a music event.

5. The Alternative Accommodation: Hotel OFF Paris Seine

A boat hotel floating in the Seine river? Can you think of a better idea for your stay in Paris? Hotel OFF Paris Seine is a 4-star accommodation, literally in the water, moored at its marina. The old catamaran has been reformed into a lavish hotel with elegant rooms, a bar-lounge area hosting various events, and a small pool lying in the middle (in the catamaran’s “U” compartment). The hotel isn’t a budget option, but it isn’t high-priced either. In general terms, the room rates reflect the level of its services.