The Sheltair Lounge Paris CDG is the only Priority Pass Lounge in Terminal 2D. While it’s far from being a great lounge, it’s an alright place to hang out before your departure. In this review, we’ll explain what you need to know about the lounge! You can find more content about Paris on our city page! Terminal 2D is mainly a low-cost terminal as it’s mainly used by EasyJet. However, there are… Read More
The Palace of Versailles is certainly one of the touristic highlights when visiting Paris. The famous UNESCO World Heritage site was the royal residence of France between 1682 (Louis XIV) and 1789 (Louis XVI.) You can find more content about Versailles on our Destination Page! While the palace is not actually situated within Paris, it is about 20 kilometres away from the centre. A number of particularities make the Palace of Versailles a… Read More
The SAS Lounge Paris CDG is the only international lounge of the airline. While it is generally a nice lounge, it tends to fill up quickly and is lacking in the food and beverage area. Check out our review to learn more about the lounge. You can find more content about Paris on our city page! Paris Charles de Gaulle is no great airport when it comes to lounges, especially in Terminal… Read More
The InterContinental Paris Le Grand is a famous luxury hotel in the heart of the city, next to the Opera. While the location is unbeatable, I didn’t really like the hotel. Read why in this extensive review. You can find more content about Paris on our city page! There are a couple of hotels in Paris, which are really famous. One of those is the InterContinental Paris Le Grand. The (massive) hotel… Read More
What a disappointment. That’s how I would sum up my stay at the Hilton Paris CDG Airport. Despite offering renovated rooms, there are just too many flaws. No working plugs in the room, a very weak breakfast spread and other issues made this stay rather sad. Not recommended. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog!
The InterContinental Avenue Marceau is the second InterContinental Hotel in Paris. We’ve already presented you with impressions of the InterContinental Paris Le Grand, but actually enjoyed the Avenue Marceau property more. The rooms are stylish and spacious and the service very good. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog!
While November is approaching, the temperature in Western Europe makes it feel like summer. Thus, it’s time to travel a bit! Last week, we shared impressions from trips to France and more. Next week, there’s even more on the radar. So stay tuned and enjoy the content on traveluxblog! We started the week at the InterContinental Carlton Cannes. Our impressions! Looking for a hotel in Verona? Here’s our hotel review featuring the… Read More
Transportation in Paris is not very easy to understand for tourists as not only the city is very big, but also comes with several different means of transportation. Transportation in the city centre is operated not only by the metro, trams and buses, but also partly by RER trains, which are kind of a commuter rail service. Find more content about Paris on our city page! Paris is one of the biggest… Read More