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The final night of our Brussels/Paris trip we stayed at the Hyatt Regency Paris – Charles de Gaulle Airport, as we had a 10 am flight to New York the following morning.
Everyone at the front desk was as warm as can be. The checking-in process was easy and pleasant.
The hotel lobby is atrium-like. The hotel is very large, but I didn’t get that “massive feeling” about it.
This is the hallway. It is nice and clean, but probably could use a little renovating to bring it up to date.
I forgot to mention that I booked the stay with Hyatt points and cash. I used a Diamond Suite Upgrade. I ordinarily would not waste an upgrade on an airport hotel single-night stay, but it was the end of February and there were upgrades in my account that were about to expire.
Although I knew we would be staying in a suite, I was nevertheless blown away when I opened the door. Wow, this was beautiful. Look at this living room. That chaise!!
There was a really nice welcome amenity (wine, water and chocolate!) for us on the table together with a handwritten note from the hotel manager. We totally felt the Hyatt love!
There was also a very nice tea set in the living room:
Around the “L” of the living room area was a workstation/dining table, refrigerator and Nespresso machine.
This is the bedroom. Note the massive closets, vanity and decorative mirror.
The bathroom was very large and included both a bath and a separate shower as well as a separate WC room.
We stopped in at the Regency Club that evening and again the next morning. You could enter from two different floors and there was a pretty circular stairway inside the lounge. We were somewhat disappointed by the club. The setting felt dark and we did not find the food offerings very appealing (or maybe we were just tired at the end of our vacation?).
We caught a very early shuttle to the airport the next morning. The shuttle was on time, and the process was easy. As I was waiting outdoors, I saw the window of the hotel Fitness Center (which is in a separate building). It dawned on me that, in my exhaustion, I had forgotten to go check it out and take photos of it – but from where I stood, it looked nice.
Despite not being impressed by the Regency Club, the hotel was perfect in every other respect and it was very convenient since we had an early morning flight out of CDG.
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