From breakfast to lunch, dinner or a tasty little snack, Novotel provides balanced choices and à la carte service 24/7 at all its hotels. At Novotel, you can count on enjoying a relaxing meal in a friendly, stylish setting.


The Novotel Café restaurant at the Novotel Paris Rueil Malmaison hotel welcomes you in modern surroundings. Dine with us at any time of day and relax with a cocktail at the bar in the evening whilst enjoying the music in the background.



Dine however you want, whenever you want. Enjoy simple, tasty, healthy and balanced cuisine at any time and satisfy all your cravings. Take a moment to relax in the restaurant, bar or terrace, or even in your room.

Opening hours : 12H00 - 14H30 / 19H00 - 22H30

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  • Type of cuisine : French
  • Air conditioning
  • Non smoking area
  • Pets accepted


An open-plan space that is ideal for relaxing in a warm and friendly environment. For a business meeting or a drink with friends, everything comes together in a perfect moment. Enjoy your break...

Opening hours : 06H30 - 0H00

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  • Snack bar
  • Pets accepted


L'Instant Nomade offers tasty and balanced food in a unique, friendly and cosmopolitan atmosphere 24 hours a day. For something sweet or savory, or a cold drink, it offers the convenience of self-service at any time of day or night.

Opening hours : 24/24

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  • Snack bar


Four choices to suit your needs: the Early Bird light option, served at reception 4am-6am; the City Breakfast at the bar, with hot drinks, unlimited croissants, fruit and orange juice; a buffet in the restaurant; continental breakfast in your room

Room service

  • Hot dishes
  • Cold snacks
  • Weekday hours : 6:30-24:00
  • Weekend hours : 7:00-24:00
  • 21 Avenue Edouard Belin
  • Reuil sur Seine
  • Tel (+33)1/47166060
  • Fax (+33)1/47510929
  • E-mail
  • Hotel Manager :
    Mr Jacques POYADE
  • Location & access
  • GPS. N 48° 53' 18.01''  E 2° 10' 5.84''

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