Sheraton Paris Airport and Conference Center is conveniently located at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris. It is a good spot to base one in outside of, but not too far away from the city. It is ideal for some travellers who plan to visit the big city for a day or two and travel to other areas around France.
The City of Light is about half an hour away by train from Charles de Gaulle Airport. From Châtelet-les-Halles train station, for example, one can walk most of the length of the Seine River to Eiffel Tower and further on to Champs Elysées and Arc de Triomphe. This route is at least an hour long and there is plenty to see along the way; a good pair of walking shoes will come in handy and so will a camera.
It is easy to connect by car from Roissy-en-France, where Charles de Gaulle Airport is located, to other French regional highways. The best advantage to this is being able to bypass Paris traffic all together. Paris traffic is, to put it, oh là là, so avoid it wherever possible.
Sheraton Paris Airport and Conference Center is part of the airport terminal and is a few minutes' walk from both the arrival and departure gates. Our room was large and had modern amenities. The view is nothing to write home about, unless the onlooker is keen on airplanes, tarmacs and carrier vehicles. What I was keen on was how quiet it was; there was no noise to indicate its major international airport location. There was considerable noise-blocking, soundproofing component to the secondarily-glazed, perhaps triply-glazed windows. Neither did noise come through the door gaps.
The hotel has a business centre on the ground floor with free access to hotel computers, wireless internet connection and printers. Also on the ground floor are the hotel restaurant and the hotel bar. There are grocery shops, pharmacies, news agencies, and eating places in the airport terminal and there is no need to go far to find them.