Our flight was scheduled to depart at 7am, so we chose the Sheraton Paris Airport Hotel because of its location since it’s located in Terminal 2 (before security) at Charles de Galle. We returned our rental car at SIXT and the hotel was only a 10-minute walk from there.
There was a massive line to check-in, with about 15 people waiting and no line dedicated for members with status. It took about an hour for us to reach the front desk. We learned that had we done mobile check in, we have been able to skip the line. I made a mental note for next time I’m checking into a Marriott property 😅
The agent was friendly and check-in was smooth. I was somewhat surprised that he did not ask for our vaccination cards.
We booked a classic room with a king bed. The room was dated and small but the bed was comfortable and that’s all we really needed for a few hours of sleep before our early morning flight. The room also had a chaise lounge, desk, TV and small bathroom with a very small shower. The coolest feature of the room was the window that overlooked the tarmac. It was a great seat for plane spotting and super sealed so we didn’t hear any plane noise.
We ordered room service for dinner since there wasn’t much open and nearby the hotel. It seemed like there were multiple restaurants on the property, but because of COVID only one was open and required a reservation, which we didn’t have.
From the room service menu, we both ordered the salmon with rice and a charcuterie plate, which tasted better than I had expected. It arrived quickly and hot, which was appreciated.
Because of Jason’s Marriott status, we received a coupon for 2 free drinks and were delighted to see one of our favorite champagnes, Laurent-Perrier as an option. They arrived with our dinner, and I can’t think of a better way to close out our time in France than indulging with a glass of champagne!
This is a great airport hotel option if you’re flying in/out of CDG. Amenities seemed quite limited during our stay because of COVID, but I think the hotel made an effort to make up for that.