Moxy Hotels expands its presence in the Paris region

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Published on 27/06/24 - Updated on 27/06/24

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Moxy Hotels is expanding its portfolio with the opening of the Moxy Paris Clamart, located in the Grand Canal district.

Housed in an existing structure, the Moxy Paris Clamart offers 91 rooms equipped with platform beds, work surfaces and deckchairs. The hotel also has a multi-purpose meeting space and a terrace ideal for meetings, collaboration or relaxation. The lobby welcomes guests with check-in at the bar, complete with a complimentary cocktail.

The Moxy Paris Clamart is located in the booming Grand Canal district, offering easy access to central Paris and Paris-Orly airport. Close to transport hubs such as the Pavé Blanc tram station, the hotel also offers quick access to the forest of Meudon and the historic heritage of the Château de Versailles, just 20 minutes away by car.

“We are thrilled to introduce Moxy Paris Clamart to the vibrant landscape of Clamart. With its strategic location and contemporary amenities, we are confident that the hotel will be a new social destination among travellers and locals alike. The hotel's design and amenities reflect Moxy's signature style, offering guests a fresh and vibrant ambiance that perfectly complements the surrounding energy of the Grand Canal area." - Benjamin Stutzmann, representing EPH Clamart, owner of the hotel

In Paris and the Paris region, the brand currently includes Moxy Paris Bastille, Moxy Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and Moxy Paris Val d'Europe.

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