Meliá Hotels International has unveiled the new Innside Charles de Gaulle, located at Paris’ international airport.
The 266 room and ten loft hotel will perfectly embody Innside by Meliá’s refreshed identity, providing a design-led urban hotel for travellers looking to combine work and pleasure.
Consumers are looking for flexibility and freedom when they travel, and ultimately hotel brands that fit seamlessly with their lifestyle.
Relaunching this year, Innside by Meliá is adapting its business strategy to captivate the younger generation of business and leisure travellers, as well as strengthening its leisure and wellness offering.
Innside Charles De Gaulle’s striking exterior has been developed by Parisian architects SCAU, while French designer Jean-Philippe Nuel has created the interior utilising natural, raw materials such as wood and concrete throughout.
The property’s open-plan invokes feelings of freedom, echoed in the printed Acrobats on staff’s uniforms created by French artist Sabrina Chess.
Chess said: “The idea was to illustrate a universe that offered the possibility of telling several stories of travellers. I imagined them as acrobats moving around…free and happy.”
Rooms are contemporary with white furnishings, featuring cosy in-room amenities, including bathrobes and slippers, as well as a luxurious coffee machine, complimentary minibar, with fresh juices and local beer.
Smeg fridges will be available to Superior+ guests, packed full of healthy treats, drinks and snacks.
Superior+ rooms will also have high-end sound systems and complimentary streaming services.