I stayed here with a group for two nights 8/2-3 and was disappointed with the hotel. I didn't feel it lived up to Le Meridien standards or provide good value for money. The good -Convenient transport links (Metro line 1, RER C line, airport bus) -Restaurants, bakery, late-night shop nearby -Duty manager dealt with issue and followed up on checkout -Complimentary water in rooms The bad -Rooms poky and very worn -Concierges indifferent (probably overworked due to the large number of guests) and couldn't seem to be bothered to actually give us recommendations -they just pointed us to the same overpriced restaurant on several different occasions -People came into rooms without knocking several times using key cards without a valid reason and without identifying themselves (very worrying as was traveling with children) -No swimming pool -Minimal platinum recognition (no upgrade or access to lounge offered -is there a lounge?) -Charged 60 euros for a third bed and was not informed that this was not possible with a twin room until checkin, at which point it was too late to do anything about it -Minimal toiletries provided (no toothbrush, shaving kit, comb) Overall Was fairly disappointed with this hotel. It certainly didn't live up to my expectations of the Le Meridien brand due to age/wear of property, small rooms, and overworked staff. This hotel is huge and has close to 1000 rooms by my reckoning. Lots of large groups. Not worth the price and wouldn't consider staying here again.