BEST WESTERN PLUS SUITCASE PARIS LA DEFENSE

BEST WESTERN PLUS SUITCASE PARIS LA DEFENSE

In the centre of Bois-Colombes, close to the railway station with easy access to Paris Saint Lazare and La Défense in just a few minutes, the Best Western Plus Suitcase Paris La Défense is inspired by the world of travel and travellers’ trunks. With 101 rooms and 11 suites, the hotel welcomes you in its modular spaces that combine design, convenience and comfort. Decorated in shades of browns and mustard hues, the rooms and suites offer spacious living areas with plenty of storage space. With the independence of a room and the freedom of an à la carte service, the Best Western Plus Suitcase Paris La Défense is characterised by a unique offer, regardless of the length of your stay

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HOW TO REACH

Paris can be easily reached from all the major cities of the world. It is served by three international airports: Charles de Gaulle International Airport, Orly International Airport and Beauvais. Charles de Gaulle has connections to the most number of international destinations. These include Beijing, Dublin, Dubai, Bangalore, Singapore, Delhi, Los Angeles, Tokyo and more. The airport is served by all the leading airlines like American Airlines, Air China, British Airways, Emirates, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways, etc. 

Paris is well connected by train to the rest of Europe. There are five international stations in Paris, offering entry points into the city. However, there is no one central station and these five stations are not connected. There are trains connecting Paris to the Netherlands, Belgium, Cologne, Germany, United Kingdom (Eurostar), Northern Europe, etc. The SNCF (French national railways) operates almost all the trains within France except the Eurostar.

Paris is well-connected to other cities in France, via bus routes. Buses are an easy way to travel to Paris and there are multiple boarding points. The international bus passes are less expensive than rail passes and they provide unlimited travel options, letting you board multiple buses anywhere. Eurolines is the main coach company in France and offers bus trips from across Europe and Morocco to Paris. Megabus offers trips to Paris from London, Brussels and Amsterdam. iDBUS operates luxury buses to Paris from various destinations in France, Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. FlixBus and Starshipper also run buses that operate on routes to Paris. 

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MERCURE PARIS LE BOURGET, PARIS

MERCURE PARIS LE BOURGET, PARIS

Stopover or business trip? The Mercure Paris Le Bourget hotel offers you 4-star well-being 5 miles (8 km) from Paris and close to the Roissy CDG and Le Bourget Airports. We can also assist you with your seminars for up to 250 people.

Located close to the Bourget and Villepeinte Parcs des Expositions, the Musée de l’air et de l’espace, Parc Astérix and the Stade de France, the Mercure Paris Le Bourget hotel has stylish rooms. Easy to access from the highway networks (A1, A3 and A104) a nd 15 min from the Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport. After a day of work in one of our meeting rooms, relax in the restaurant, on the pool-side terrace or by savoring a glass of wine at the hotel bar.

Located between Paris and Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport, visit the Le Bourget Museum of Air and Space, located only 5 minutes from the hotel, with the Stade de France nearby. Get to the Villepinte and Le Bourget exhibition centers within no time. Our proximity to the A1, A3 and A104 highways allows easy access to Disneyland Paris and Parc Astérix.

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HOW TO REACH

Paris can be easily reached from all the major cities of the world. It is served by three international airports: Charles de Gaulle International Airport, Orly International Airport and Beauvais. Charles de Gaulle has connections to the most number of international destinations. These include Beijing, Dublin, Dubai, Bangalore, Singapore, Delhi, Los Angeles, Tokyo and more. The airport is served by all the leading airlines like American Airlines, Air China, British Airways, Emirates, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways, etc. 

Paris is well connected by train to the rest of Europe. There are five international stations in Paris, offering entry points into the city. However, there is no one central station and these five stations are not connected. There are trains connecting Paris to the Netherlands, Belgium, Cologne, Germany, United Kingdom (Eurostar), Northern Europe, etc. The SNCF (French national railways) operates almost all the trains within France except the Eurostar.

Paris is well-connected to other cities in France, via bus routes. Buses are an easy way to travel to Paris and there are multiple boarding points. The international bus passes are less expensive than rail passes and they provide unlimited travel options, letting you board multiple buses anywhere. Eurolines is the main coach company in France and offers bus trips from across Europe and Morocco to Paris. Megabus offers trips to Paris from London, Brussels and Amsterdam. iDBUS operates luxury buses to Paris from various destinations in France, Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. FlixBus and Starshipper also run buses that operate on routes to Paris. 

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