YOTELAir Paris CDG - Transit Hotel0.0 out of 5.0
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Coming from a vacation in Africa, Yotel helped me to recover while waiting for a mid-long transfer at CDG...really comfortable and that shower makes you feel alive again! Coffee was good, unfortunately couldn´t try the snacks as I didn´t see anyone.
Travel business. I lost my connection and I discovered that all the Hotels near to the Airport were all full. At the Airfrance desk suggested to me to go the the lounge. There I found YOTELAIR. I asked for a room. They replied to me that no rooms were available and to try to come back after 1 hour. I came back later and they said that a room was available but at a very high price. 240 euro...to stay just 6 hours. From customer experience point of view is unacceptable to have a policy price based on "take advantage" of situation in which all the hotels are full. Moreover, 240 euro to stay in a so small room made me even more angry.
Good and refreshing stay at the yotel, for a transit flight. Rooms are clean, the bathroom are just perfect to get ready for a new flight, or start a new day. It's a lot more intimate and relaxing than staying at any business lounge.
We had a long stopover in Paris after a short night flight. The thought of exploring Paris with luggage and sleep deprivation was not alluring. Instead we spent the time resting and relaxing in yotel. The room is small but perfect for a sleep between flights. The location is perfect, the price is reasonable, the staff is great, the room is super clean and the bed is amazingly comfortable. I highly recommend yotel for in transit travellers. I wish they were in every airport.
For the amount of money spent, the room should be a comfortable temperature and have some air flow! It was stuffy and hard to get to sleep. But the bed was comfortable, wifi decent, shower pretty good, and it was great to have these facilities inside international transit in the Paris airport. Next time I have a long transit in Paris, I would look for alternatives unless they have fixed the air flow problem, but would still use Yotel if there is no alternative. One other issue for me - it was inconvenient to be on the outside of security so I had to plan time to get through security before boarding my flight. From what I read on the website, I thought the Yotel would be on the inside of security.
My overall stay was pleasant. While it may have seemed a bit pricey at first, it was well worth paying the few hours to stay here rather than sleeping in in the airport lobbies. Our only problems were that it got a bit stuffy at first as the air wasn’t circulating cool air in. A random person also walked in on us during our stay as the front desk thought we had checked out already even though I called to extend our stay a few minutes prior. Overall though I was satisfied.
These should be described as “cubicles” or “cells” rather than chambers or rooms, but that’s not the worst part. NO air conditioning, not even air circulation. So, try taking a shower after a long day of travel in a 12x10’ room with no windows and no venting then try to sleep. The noise from the neighboring “cells” flushing toilets woke me throughout the night. I imagine this is what white collar criminals experience at “Club Fed” of other minimum security prison.
It could not have been easier than this....disembarking from the airplane, walk straight ahead a few minutes and there is the hotel reception desk. Pleasant and friendly receptionists. Quiet lodging, excellent bed. When the four hours were up, we left and continued on our journey to Nairobi.
The bed was not a real bed, it was a half bed that looked like a hospital bed upright. The room was good for a shower and watching TV, but not for sleeping or resting. To top it all off, they said they were going to email me my receipt in lieu of a printed one. Well now I'm stuck without being able to expense this room for 82 Euros.
Good on all aspects but should be made more affordable for short transit stays under 8 hours. Shower is great but water goes all over the bathroom floor which is not great... there shoul be some instructions available to know how things work like the Bluetooth controlled tv et .
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
YOTELAir Paris CDG - Transit Hotel places you within a short distance of popular sights such as Aeroville Shopping Center. This 80-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, coffee/tea in a common area, and express check-in. It's connected to the airport and also within a 15-minute drive of Église Saint-Éloi de Roissy-en-France.
Start each morning with continental breakfast, available for a fee from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 40-inch a flat-screen TV with digital channels. Beds sport premium bedding and the bathroom offers a rainfall showerhead, a hair dryer, and free toiletries.
At YOTELAir Paris CDG - Transit Hotel, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and express check-in. The front desk has multilingual staff that can answer questions about the accommodations, services, and more. Additional amenities include a vending machine and a TV in a common area.
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% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 261 reviews