Hotel Campanile Roissy
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I stayed at this hotel couple of days back. The hotel has a nice lobby, with a bar and a small business center. The check-in was smooth and the staff courteous. I stayed in room no. 544 which had a double bed. The room was small but clean. I have stayed at an Ibis near the CDG area earlier and had the room of the same size. The plus is the tea/coffee maker in the room. Breakfast was a good spread with selection of breads, croissants, cereals, fresh fruits, and fruit salad, yoghurt, crepe, and preserves.Will definitely stay here again on my next visit.
We stayed here for 2 nights. Though the rooms are not very spacious, they were clean and had a nice modern decor. This might not be comfortable for a long stay but have heard that in this price range the rooms are usually small in Paris. The winning point was there elaborate breakfast spread on the first day. There was a huge spread of amazing breads which is a must try. Dissapointingly many items were missing on the second day. Nevertheless had enjoyed my stay there, the staff was helpful and the ambience was great especially because it was Euro Cup time in France.
We spend 5 nights in Campanile hotel in Roissy. Location was more than great, because it is near the city centre and many restaurants that are placed through the main street of Roissy. Town is charming, calm with a good atmosfere. Hotel was not so great. Food and lobby were good but there were problems with cleanliness of rooms. It was like every morning cleaning lady fought with our piyjamas. We even had a joke as: ok, where is my piyjjama this time? Every bed had small blankets and some decorative pillow that were old and smelly. Also, this is the first time I got one towel pro person, so if you take a shower think twice how will you dry your face afterwards.
Our flight from Paris was cancelled and Air France put us up over night at the Campanile. The hotel had a modern vibe, the rooms are very small, but the food and bar are adequate to pass a night at the airport. The rooms were fairly soundproof so it was possible to get some sleep.
Review for a two night stay four adults and two children, two rooms.This is one of a large array of hotels on the periphery of CDG. Unless you arrive by car, the only way to reach them is via taxi ( expensive) or one of the colour coded shuttles (Navettes) which radiate out from the airport. The Campanile Roissy ( important not to be confused with Campanile Menlin a few miles away) is reached by the PINK shuttle.There is meant to be a EUR5 each way charge for this, payable at the hotel according to signs on the vehicle, although not many people seemed to be doing this (except us!). It should be complementary really. The hotel chain is a budget, and seems very popular with corporate groups, many involved in the construction projects which abound.Check in was OK. I had a problem with my booking which had entailed several emails and phone calls in the UK, however it appeared to have been sorted out by the time we all arrived, and all was fine. The staff looked a bit harassed, as several other people appeared to have problems with their arrangements, which caused some long queues.Anyway. Two rooms. My wife and I had a double room, my son and his family a quadruple. The latter was huge, L shaped with separate areas for the adult and children. and their own flat screen TV!Our double was not large but adequate, this is not a place for an extended stay .Everything very clean. Bathroom or rather shower room small but OK and with simple shower controls. As befits a budget hotel, no wardrobe, just a rack with several hangers, adequate for a short stay.Complementary tea and coffee however not replenished. Why? same room rate for each day.Bed was comfy and heating OK. Dinner was OK. Best to book as the dining room soon fills up and several groups take up the tables. Kids' menu OK. The dinner buffet . I would probably try one of the adjacent hotels.The Bar area is not large and gets full. Usual hotel prices. A word for the lady who runs it, she works very hard tending the bar and the diners.Breakfast is a buffet. We were not impressed that it had run out of sausages and eggs by about 7.15!All meals have to be paid for at reception beforehand.The purpose of the visit was to go to Park Asterix. This involved getting the 08.00 Navette from the hotel to CDG ( which gets very crowded due to people embarking with their luggage), then picking up the special coach Navette from Terminal 3 ( Bay 3A I think). I recommend buying these online although they must still be validated at the information centreOn balance this was an OK short stay. All of the hotels around the margins of CDG share the same long shuttle bus journeys, unless you choose taxis ( very expensive in our experience). We chose a weekend with a special event at Parc Asterix, perhaps that is why the pricing was not very budget!
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Hotel Campanile RoissyParis,France
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Zone D Activites Du Parc De Roissy Allee Des Vergers, 95700 Roissy-en-France France
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