I booked a wheelchair accessible room, which turned out not to be the case there was a 50mm step into the bathroom, which meant every time my wife need to use the room i had to get her in. As this was a weekend trip it was something that we put up with. When I pointed the step out to the hotel, the receptionist couldn't say whether every 'disabled' room was the same but from his look I suspect that it was. Room service was 'contracted out' to a pizza delivery firm down the road, who took so long we thought they were delivering breakfast.
BED was very comfortable, room was exceptionally quiet, as it is on the airport, the location was good. Breakfast was good value for money
This hotel came up in a search of Paris hotels near the airport. It is not in Paris or near an commercial airport. It is near a private airport for people who own their own planes.
Do not book this room if you intend to stay in Paris. It is not close enough to Paris, Charles de Gaul Airport or even to affordable or accessible transportation for either of these locations to make it worthwhile.
It is an hour's bus ride to and from CDG. It is an hour's walk to and from the train station with your luggage. Furthermore, it is an unattended train station, so you better be able to use a map or speak French fluently if you plan to use the train because it is extremely difficult to find someone to tell you how to get to the hotel in English.
It will cost you $50 to take a taxi (if you can find one) to the hotel and another $50 to go back to CDG. Do yourself a favor and spend the extra $100 on a hotel in Paris instead.
A local couple took pity on us for having to walk nearly two miles to the hotel from the train station and gave us a ride in their car thankfully. They also warned us not to walk in the neighborhood of the hotel at night.
All of the nearby restaurants were Indian, Chinese or Japanese. The one traditional French pastry shop happy sold us stale croissants.
We had to get up so early, that we had little time to eat the $15 per person breakfast of decent croissants and french bread that would run you abut $3 in a decent bakery.
Our experience at this hotel was beyond disappointing. The deceptive listing effectively ruined what was to be the last night of our trip in Europe which should have been in Paris.
This hotel should never have been listed as being in the Paris area or near the airport as listed by Booking.com. In partnering with Booking.com, the hotel participates in this deception and profits from it.
When I travelled to France, most of my stay was in central Paris. As part of my trip, I wanted to explore areas outside of Paris. I stayed over nite at the Aero Hotel.
Getting to the hotel was challenging because I
had to take a train, and a bus. However, once I got there, the modest exterior gave very little clue as to the beauty and subtle elegance inside of the hotel. The reception area was very quaint, the rooms were very big, clean and comfortable. The next morning, I enjoyed breakfast in the lovely dining room. The coffee was delicious, and the staff was very friendly. I plan on staying there when I visit the Aerospace Museum.