PARIS -- (Marketwire) -- 01/24/13 -- Weekends were designed for sleeping in, but with a hotel stay, that usually means missing breakfast. The Courtyard Paris Boulogne understands that after a long night, breakfast is just what the doctor ordered, which is why its restaurant in Boulogne-Billancourt offers breakfast from 11am to 2pm on weekends and bank holidays.
Serving a late weekend breakfast in the bar, this hotel outside Paris caters to vacationing families, late-night party-goers, business travelers who stayed up to meet a deadline and anyone who enjoys a few hours of extra rest after a long week. The late continental breakfast is EUR 9.50; a full breakfast, with made-to-order hot dishes, is on the regular menu for EUR 18.
After a hearty breakfast and plenty of rest, it's time to explore all the attractions close to this Boulogne-Billancourt 4-star hotel. A quick ride on local transportation will take guests to the center of Paris, where arts, shopping, culture and more are waiting to be discovered. Explore the city's iconic attractions including the Arc de Triomphe, Tour Eiffel, Louvre Museum and Notre Dame. With a little extra time, stop by the Orsay Museum, Paris Expo Porte de Versailles and Centre Commercial les Passages.
After a full day out and about, another meal will be in order, and the Courtyard Paris Boulogne-Billancourt's Oleo Pazzo fits the bill perfectly. This modern, Mediterranean terrace restaurant serves creative dishes, made with fresh ingredients, in a cozy setting. After a satisfying meal, head to Cent Quatorze Bar for a signature cocktail.
To learn more about the Courtyard Paris Boulogne-Billancourt, visit the hotel's website, www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/parbb-courtyard-paris-boulogne/, where travelers can book rooms, search packages and deals, get local transportation information, map out a visit with a detailed destination guide and discover in-room and on-property amenities.
About the Courtyard Paris Boulogne
The Courtyard Paris Boulogne-Billancourt is a visitor's direct connection to Paris, whether it's cozy cafes and world-class museums or deal-making meetings and budget-breaking shopping sprees on her to-do list. Minutes away from Paris's city center via local transportation, this four-star hotel offers spacious accommodations, unparalleled service, modern meeting space and a hot breakfast buffet. Guestrooms combine functionality with comfort and are outfitted with a large desk and ergonomic chair, Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV, instant coffee/tea service, minifridge, plush bedding and room service. Balconies and terraces are available in some rooms, and guests who book larger rooms enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi and breakfast. Working guests can put finishing touches on projects in the full-service business center before they wow clients in one of this hotel's two meeting rooms; combined they can seat up to 100 guests. A delicious meal is just steps from this Paris hotel's rooms. Oleo Pazzo serves Mediterranean cuisine made with fresh ingredients in a cozy atmosphere. Sip signature cocktails in the casual Cent Quatorze Bar. Paris's iconic sights are all nearby. Don't miss the Arc de Triomphe, Tour Eiffel, Louvre Museum, Notre Dame, Orsay Museum, Paris Expo Porte de Versailles and Centre Commercial les Passages. Sports fans can find tennis at Roland Garros Stadium, equestrian competitions at Longchamp Hippodrome and other matches and games at Parc des Princes Stadium.
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Courtyard Paris Boulogne
114 Route de la Reine, 46 Rue de Billancourt
Boulogne-Billancourt, 92100 France
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