Two new Courtyard by Marriott hotels open in France

Marriott International opened two new Courtyard by Marriott hotels in France, the Courtyard Montpellier and Courtyard Paris Boulogne.

The 123-room Courtyard Montpellier, designed by architect Jean Nouvel, is located next to the City Hall. The hotel offers a Mediterranean experience at the Oleo Pazzo Restaurant with views over the Lez River, while the Design Bar in the heart of the lobby area offers a place for relaxation. Guests can also take advantage of the heated outdoor pool, running track, and exercise room. Business needs are catered for with an on-site business center and five conference rooms accommodating up to 180 people.

Courtyard Montpellier

The 113-room Courtyard Paris Boulogne is at the center of three of Paris’ most thriving business districts and features over 2,152 square feet of multi-purpose meeting facilities, as well as a rooftop terrace with a view over Paris. The Oleo Pazzo Restaurant boasts a terrace, and the Cent Quatorze Bar.

Both hotels boast guestrooms that offer work desks, ergonomic chairs and coffee makers, as well as a 24/7 market providing drinks and snacks. The hotels reflect the newly designed lobby spaces of the Courtyard by Marriott brand boasting HDTVs, high speed Internet, and Go Boards offering live news, weather, and sports information.

With the addition of these two new hotels, Marriott now operates 17 hotels in France.

Courtyard Paris Boulogne 

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