Marriott Opens Second Courtyard in France

WASHINGTON - May 22, 2002 - Marriott International announced the opening of their second Courtyard by Marriott hotel in France. The 300-room Courtyard by Marriott Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport is adjacent to Charles de Gaulle International Airport just outside of Paris and is 10 minutes from the Villepinte Exhibition Center.

Johan Kamerbeek is the general manager.

The Courtyard by Marriott Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport is offering a special opening rate of 180 euros until the end of August.

The hotel’s rooms feature satellite color TV, air conditioning, safes, voicemail, and dataports. Non-smoking rooms and rooms for disabled guests are available. Other hotel amenities include room service, laundry and valet service, business center, fitness room, sauna, information desk, indoor and outdoor parking and free airport shuttle.

For dining and entertainment, the hotel offers a French brasserie serving French and international cuisine and a lobby bar serving cocktails and snacks.


For meetings and social events, the Courtyard by Marriott Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport has 16 conference rooms for up to 700 people with natural light, air conditioning and state-of-the-art conference technology.

Aimed at business and leisure travelers who need consistent, high-quality accommodations and services at moderate prices, the Courtyard brand was first introduced by Marriott in 1983 in the United States and, over the years, it has been the leading choice in its accommodations category.

One of the distinguishing features of all Courtyard hotels worldwide is its superior quality guest room, which is usually larger than rooms offered by other hotels in its segment and offers as in-room business amenities such as dataport, large work desk and good lighting.

The Courtyard by Marriott Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport along with over 2,100 Marriott-affiliated hotels worldwide participates in Marriott Rewards, the guest reward program that allows members to earn their choice of points or airline miles for dollars spent during each stay.