Attractions and Things to Do
Book your stay in hotels near Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) in Paris and enjoy a central location and restful night’s sleep in a soundproofed oasis. You can plan out your sightseeing ventures in Paris, Versailles, and other surrounding cities with ease when you have the airport as a departure point and complimentary wireless Internet at your airport hotel. Enjoy delicious fresh produce that talented French chefs recreate into culinary masterpieces and offer your palate fabulous flavors and textures without having to leave the comfort of your hotel. Fine wines and delicious cocktails await you in the on-site bar. Hotels near Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) in Paris have multilingual concierge on hand to assist you with tours and sightseeing recommendations as well.
The Champs-Elysees and the Eiffel Tower are within a 30 minute drive from your stay for all the sightseeing, designer shopping, and additional culinary delicacies you could ask for. Visit the Musee du Luxenburg, the Palais du Luxembourg, and the gorgeous Luxenbourg Gardens. These 17th century attractions showcase beautiful architecture, artwork, and artifacts that you definitely don’t want to miss out on during your stay in France. The Museum of Air and Space on 93350 Le Bourget, France is only a 10 minute drive from the airport if you are looking for a recreation close by.
If you’re deciding whether or not to rent a car during your stay in France, then you should know that it depends on where you are going sightseeing. If you’re going to primarily sight-see and shop in downtown Paris, then you would be best off with a taxi ride to and from your hotel or using the public system when you’re in downtown. The public system in Paris is quite efficient and it runs late at night so you can enjoy the City of Light even after the sun sets.
If you’re planning to visit Versailles or other surrounding cities in France, then you would benefit from having your own vehicle when you stay in hotels near Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) in Paris. Having your own vehicle will definitely cut down on your commute time. However, downtown parking in Paris can be expensive and you’ll save yourself an expense if you park and use the public bus or metro system.
Take advantage of the Paris Pass if you plan to sight-see mostly in and around Paris. It is designed to save you time and money, and you receive unlimited rides on the Paris Metro, RER, buses, tram, SNCF Overland Suburban Trains, and the Montmartre Funicular. You can purchase a two, four, or six day pass, which starts on the day you validate it on the bus or metro, to last quite a bit. You can also get into over 60 Paris museums and monuments for free when you show your Paris Pass.