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Trip Report convenent hotels for staying at DCG airpot in Paris

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For some reason it was difficult for me to figure out which hotels at Charles de Gaulle airport are IN the terminal and which are CLOSE and would need a shuttle trip.

The HIlton and the Ibis and the Novotel are all at terminal 3. (Well, 100 yards from terminal 3.) The Sheraton is at terminal 2, right next to the TGV and RER station. . So, if you are coming into CDG via train (which is very likely), the Sheraton is the winner in terms of convenience. In addition, most US flights seem to go from 2, so being at the Sheraton is convenient for that as well. There is a airport train (the CDGVAL) that transports you from one terminal to another. We stayed at the Hilton and took the train from 3 to 2 for our flight, and it was no big deal. the HIlton cost $160.

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