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Smile! Staying at the Courtyard Paris Boulogne Inspires Joie de Vivre in Guests and Staff

BOULOGNE-BILLANCOURT, FRANCE -- (Marketwired) -- 03/04/14 -- Enthusiasm, they say, is contagious, which is good news for guests of the Courtyard Paris Boulogne. That's because the staff at this four-star hotel in Boulogne-Billancourt is so excited to help visitors enjoy their stay that guests may catch them dancing in the halls or, at the very least, offering up a brunch package that is as enticing as it is economical.

Savvy travelers who book the brunch package can look forward to a stylish weekend escape that won't break the bank. Guests arrive on a Friday or Saturday to enjoy a two-night stay at this Boulogne-Billancourt hotel where clean lines and contemporary styling hit an aesthetic high note. Of course, the complimentary Internet access, rooftop bar and on-site fitness center all lend an appealing substance to the hotel's style as well.

The package's highlight is the complimentary brunch for two on Sunday, followed by a late check-out. As guests tuck in to their eggs and bacon, pancakes and fruit, they can mull over the many positive experiences they've had during their stay. After all, the details of the brunch package are just the beginning of how this promotion differs from other Boulogne hotel offers. The real standout feature is each staff member's ebullient joy that directly affects the guest experience.

Nowhere is that better illustrated than in the lighthearted video the hotel recently produced. Designed to show travelers what a jovial place the property is, the video depicts staff members dancing along to Pharrell's catchy track, "Happy," as they go about their daily duties, whether that's working in the kitchen, spiffing up the guest rooms, mixing drinks at the 114 Up on the Roof Bar or answering phones at the front desk. Making each stay a delight, the video suggests, is what these staff members do best.

Of course, few Boulogne, Paris hotel offers can beat the promise of happiness. Nor can many of them match the brunch package's rate. Four-star accommodations, complimentary brunch and a playfulness that proves Parisians can have as much fun as anyone else are all available for just 330EUR.

To book the brunch package travelers may use the promotional code PKG when making reservations, based on availability.

About the Courtyard Paris Boulogne
Located near the refreshing green parkland of the Bois de Boulogne, the Courtyard Paris Boulogne feels like a breath of fresh air among Paris hotels. Guests can drink in the view of downtown Paris (which is within minutes of the hotel) from the property's 114 Up on the Roof Bar, or stay closer to home to enjoy the many on-site amenities. A fitness center helps travelers make up for indulging in one too many croissants or any of the appealing menu options at the hotel's two dining options, which include the stylish Cent Quatorze Bar and the Mediterranean-inspired Oleo Pazzo restaurant. Two conference rooms afford 1,399 sq. ft. of meeting space for business travelers, who will equally appreciate the comforts of the hotel's 113 spacious, new guest rooms. Plush bedding, flat-screen televisions and tea/coffee service make guests feel at home, whether they're in the City of Light to work or to visit the numerous nearby attractions, like the Palais de Tokyo and the Roland Garros Tennis Stadium, home of the International Tennis Open.

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Courtyard Paris Boulogne
114 Route de la Reine, 46 Rue de Billancourt
Boulogne-Billancourt, 92100 France
33-1-8189 0680
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/parbb-courtyard-paris-boulogne/

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