I will likely have a layover of 13 hours, from 20:45 (evening) to 10:30 (morning) in Paris CDG, flying in from outside the EU. I want to get the closest thing to a full night's sleep, in a bed, in a room, that I can - without burning a hole in my pocket. Let's cap it at, say, 150 EUR, though I would really like it to be no more than half that.
What are my options?
I'll mention I don't even know whether I'm even allowed to exit the terminal (with my carry-on luggage), and go into the city. If that's the case, then I can just look for something in Paris (and no need to recommend one of a million options there of course).
If I am sort-of-stuck, are there arrangements for possibly staying at the airport-neighboring hotels? Are there in-terminal hotels? Or even sleeping booths? I know that those exist in some airports in the world.
- I don't need a visa to enter France.
- I'm flying Air France in both legs, and they're being booked together.
- I'm not very fussy about my sleeping accomodations, except for noise and heat.
A related but less specific question: Long layover at Charles de Gaulle airport .