The first easyHotel franchised property in the Paris region will open at Charles de Gaulle airport in January 2021. It is the subject of an agreement between the ADP group, Linkcity and easyHotel.
At the end of 2018, the British brand announced its intention to expand in France, with the objective of opening 15 new units over the next five years. In July 2019, the economic brand acquired the former Ibis Palais des Congrès hotel in Nice to make it the first easyHotel to open on French soil.
Now it is near Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport, in the Aeroville district, that the company will set up its hotel chain. The new easyHotel, with 209 rooms designed by Studio 135 Architects in a 4,000 m², five-storey building, is scheduled to be finished in late 2020, due open in January 2021. It will be built by the company Linkcity, through a contract signed with the ADP group, which is the investor, owner and developer of the project. easyHotel will only operate the hotel.
ADP Group Real Estate Director Serge Grzybowski explained that this new hotel will "offer airport customers (companies, airlines, passengers...) an economical, comfortable and accessible accommodation offer"; designed as a holistic, complete offer, "hotel guests will benefit from the shopping, services and catering offer of the Aeroville shopping centre located nearby".
Martial Desruelles, Managing Director of Linkcity France, stated that "this first new easyHotel project developed in France will meet the expectations of many users looking for a comfortable, economical hotel near Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport".
Finally, Marc Vieilledent, Chief Development Officer of easyHotel, testified that "at the beginning of October, the first French easyHotel opened its doors in Nice, shortly afterwards, the work on the Grand Roissy hotel would begin"; this new property "will benefit from the dynamics of Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport and the proximity of Paris" and "will crystallize, in a new building, the entire concept of our hotel: an attractive, comfortable and accessible hotel with an attractive quality/price ratio, integrated in the vitality of the Aeroville district”.
This project will make it possible to expand the hotel supply around Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport, currently 3,448 rooms (11 hotels), according to an official statement. The objective is to increase to 4,460 rooms by 2025.
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