Some of the people at the front desk did not speak english, and that was hard, I would not expect that from such a large hotel. They try to con you into paying for the free shuttle that takes you to and from the airport/shuttle, its free, don't pay the 10 they ask for. I didn't like that it was far away but in reality, it is the closest thing to the airport other than the shariton which is actually in the airport. Room was small, just big enough for your luggage to lay on the floor and that is it. Good place to stay if you don't plan on spending much time in the room. Not sure if every room is like this but I had two twin beds pushed together and though it was nice because I was sharing the room with my mother, but if I had gone with a significant other it would not be very nice for us to sleep on.
From CDG Airport there really isn't any hotels closer than the ones in the Rossie district. The airport has shuttles that come every 20 minutes to take you. This hotel is the pink line. Last shuttle leaves at 12:24 am, don't miss it. My mother and I missed it and couldn't get to the hotel, had to spend the night in the airport. It is by far the cheapest hotel you will find in this area and it is actually very nice for its price, equivalent to a holiday inn. If I went back to Paris I would for sure stay here. Keep in mind it's not close to "Paris" with the Effile tower and such. You take the same shuttle from the hotel to the airport and in the airport they have the RER system that you can take to get you to Paris and then from there you take the Metro to get around. Plan on it taking you 35 minutes to and from the airport/hotel and then about an hour from Paris to the airport. That pink line shuttle to and from the hotel/airport is free, don't let anyone tell you otherwise.