Meliá to open new Innside at Paris airport

French designer Jean-Philippe Nuel created the interior with natural, raw materials like wood and concrete throughout. Photo credit: Meliá Hotels International

Spain’s Meliá Hotels International is set to open the new Innside Charles de Gaulle located at Paris’ international airport.

Opening this month, the hotel has 266 guestrooms and 10 lofts. The exterior was developed by Parisian architects SCAU, while French designer Jean-Philippe Nuel created the interior with natural, raw materials like wood and concrete throughout. Nuel gave the property open lobby spaces ideal for meetings and the lounge has a contemporary glass barwith armchairs designed by the Parisian design studio Bouroullec brothers.

The property’s four meeting rooms have ping-pong tables and breakout areas The Olivine restaurant will serve Mediterranean fare alongside classic French cuisine. The 24-hour gym will offer InFit classes and  virtual fitness classes powered by Wexer. 

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The guestrooms have white furnishings. Superior+ rooms will also have high-end sound systems and complimentary streaming services.,

Relaunching this year, Innside by Meliá is adapting its business strategy to attract the younger generation of business and leisure travelers, as well as strengthening its leisure and wellness offering. As part of this initiative, Innside Charles De Gaulle does not use single-use plastic within the hotel. The bar does not use plastic straws, while coasters and business cards are made from recycled cards. Bedrooms feature organic cotton linens and towels, kraft paper laundry bags and wooden “Do not disturb” signs.

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