Two New Courtyard by Marriott Hotels Open in France

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    Marriott International has opened two new Courtyard by Marriott hotels in France, the Courtyard Montpellier and Courtyard Paris Boulogne.The 123-room Courtyard Montpellier is designed by star architect Jean Nouvel, and is located next to the City Hall and close range of shops and restaurants. Montpellier’s historical centre and local attractions such as the Fabre museum and Convention Centre are just a short tram-ride away. The hotel offers a Mediterranean experience at the Oleo Pazzo Restaurant with views over the Lez River, while the Design Bar in the heart of the lobby area offers a relaxed environment in which to enjoy drinks and snacks throughout the day. Guests can also take advantage of the heated outdoor pool, running track, and exercise room. Business needs are well catered for with an on-site business centre and five conference rooms accommodating up to 180 people.

    The 113-room Courtyard Paris Boulogne is situated just a 15 minute Metro ride from Paris city centre and its many attractions. The hotel is at the centre of three of Paris’ most thriving business districts and features 200m² of multi-purpose meeting facilities for all manner of seminars and events as well as a roof-top terrace with a panoramic view over Paris. The Oleo Pazzo Restaurant boasts a sun-drenched summer terrace and the Cent Quatorze Bar is the perfect destination in which to wind down after a busy day in Paris.

    Designed to provide options and flexibility for business travellers, both hotels boast spacious, stylish and comfortable guest rooms that offer large well-lit work desks, ergonomic chairs and coffee makers as well as a 24/7 market providing drinks and snacks around the clock. The hotels reflect the newly designed lobby spaces of the Courtyard by Marriott brand boasting large HD TVs, high speed internet, and Go Boards offering live news, weather, and sports information, enabling guests to stay connected in the comfort of the relaxing public spaces.

    Daniel Fountain / 23.03.2012

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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