Opening of the first European bi-brand Hyatt establishment in France


CHICAGO — Hyatt Hotels Corporation has opened Hyatt Place Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and Hyatt House Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, the company’s first dual-brand project in Europe. Managed by Cycas Hospitality, the hotels are located in the Paris Nord 2 International Business Park, near the second largest airport in Europe, Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

Facilities shared between the two hotels include the Zoom Restaurant, Bar and Lounge; over 4,800 square feet of meeting and event space; The market; a fitness center; and an indoor swimming pool. A free airport shuttle service and free high-speed internet access are also available at both pet-friendly establishments.

The Hyatt Place has 309 rooms with separate areas for sleeping, working, and playing, plus a Cozy Corner sofa bed; and a breakfast buffet, while the Hyatt House, the area’s premier long-stay hotel, features 121 apartment-style kitchen suites with fully equipped kitchens and living rooms; the Morning Spread breakfast buffet and the Omelet bar; and The Commons and Outdoor Commons social spaces on the top floor.

“We are proud to open our doors to the first dual-brand Hyatt project in Europe and to see Hyatt’s selected service brands grow in France,” said Luc Vicherd, Cycas Hospitality Regional General Manager for France. “This is a prime location and we are confident that by combining these two fast growing brands under one roof, we will be in the best position to meet the needs of both business and leisure travelers. More than ever, guests are enjoying the benefits of spacious bedrooms and separate areas for sleeping, working and relaxing. From the Cozy Corner sofa beds offered in our Hyatt Place rooms to the Hyatt House apartment-style suites with fully equipped kitchens, having two sophisticated brands ensures that our guests can choose the space that best suits their needs, everything taking full advantage of the two hotels’ wider facilities. “


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