Hotels in Rueil-Malmaison, France
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Beautiful Hotels.com hotels offer well appointed rooms close to major attractions and landmarks in the pristine town of Rueil-Malmaison in the west of Paris. Located in one of the world's most sought after travel destinations Rueil-Malmaison hotels offer close proximity to some of the must see landmarks of all time including the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe, located in the centre of Paris. The town itself offers its own intriguing attractions and activities to enjoy such as the Chateau de Malmaison, Reil-Malmaison Museum of local history and the imperial tombs. Staying close to so many attractions means you are spoilt for choice at Hotels.com hotels. You can choose yours by visiting Hotels.com and reading guests reviews to help you make up your mind, view sample rooms and book online.
What's Reuil-Malmaison Like?
Loacted so close to Paris, the town is usually quite popular as a tourist destination all year round so this lends a vibrant, bustling air to its atmosphere. With so much to see and do you may have to plan a separate trip to Paris to see its famous landmarks. The Local History Museum, Atelier Grognard -where you can view an extensive collection of the work of Vlaminck, and Bois Preau where you can step back in time are all wonderful ways to spend your days in Reuil-Malmaison. Rueil-Malmaison hotels are situated close to these attractions so you can walk, take a cycling trip or rental car into the town to see them. You can reach Paris the same way as it is a mere 12 km from the town. Don't forget to visit a wine brewery, cheese or chocolate factory along the way, the Grande Arche or Longchamp Racecourse to see a race in action.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals In Ruei-Malmaison Hotels
Culture in France revolves around, family, food, wine and social events. Whether fine dining at a gourmet restaurant or getting together over a pastry at a sidewalk café, or over drinks at Rueil-Malmaison hotels, the French enjoy talking and laughing at mealtimes. While meals are lively, the French do set store by mealtime etiquette, so do find out what is expected at the dinner table as it is very different to western and English dinner table rules. Learning a few French phrases will go a long way in getting your hosts to appreciate you during your stay and the average French citizen will be just as interested in your culture once he gets to know you. While French people may seem reserved at first, they will soon warm up once the initial ice is broken.