AdP signs agreements for two hotels at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport

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Left: Aloft & Element complex operated by Starwood Hotels

Airport operator Aéroports de Paris (AdP) has signed leasehold agreements for the construction of two new hotels in the Roissypole district in the heart of Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport in France.

The two hotels will include an Aloft & Element complex by Westin Hotel, which will be operated by Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, and an Innside hotel, which will be run by Spanish operators Meliá. The two hotels will be constructed at the same time as a 350-room Holiday Inn Express, which is being built by property developer Spie Batignolles Immobilier.

The 153,000ft² Aloft & Element complex will include 315 4-star rooms (about a hundred of which will have a kitchenette), a restaurant, a bar, a gym and some fifty underground parking spaces.

The Innside Hotel will cover an area of 122,000ft² and will contain 266 4-star rooms, a bar-restaurant with terrace, a gym, 65 parking spaces, and multiple seminar rooms with views of the airport runways. Both projects are scheduled

for completion in early 2018.

Right: Innside hotel operated by Meliá

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