Hotels in Roissy-en-France, France
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The team of travel experts at Hotels.com have created a brilliant range of Roissy-en-France hotels for you to choose from. Here you will find everything from budget friendly rooms with great views to truly sumptuous accommodations for the honeymoon of your dreams. Getting the perfect place to stay is essential if you are going to enjoy your visit to Roissy-en-France, which is why we give you all of the information that you need to book with the utmost confidence. We show you photos of each hotel, so you can get a sneak peak at what it looks like. We also provide you with reviews and ratings of all of our Roissy-en-France accommodations, left by other Hotels.com users who have stayed at each hotel before, as part of our certified user review process. Situated to the northeast of the center of Paris, Roissy-en-France is renowned for its elegant buildings, delightful gardens, and great restaurants and cafes.
What's Roissy-en-France like?
Roissy-en-France is home to some brilliant museums and other places where you can go out and learn more about French culture. The Centre Culturel l'Orangerie (not to be confused with the Orangerie museum in the center of town) is a particularly popular place to visit, as here you can see some amazing paintings. The stunning light and airy church known as the Eglise Saint Eloi is also highly recommended. If you love the countryside, then Roissy-en-France is a great place to stay as it has its very own lush green valley, "La Vallee Vert", where locals love to walk, have picnics, and run. And in general, the Roissy-en-France suburb is a fantastic place to enjoy a cup of coffee in a traditional French cafe or sample some freshly cooked French cuisine in a restaurant.
How to get along with locals in Roissy-en-France
Many people choose to stay in Roissy-en-France due to its proximity both to the main airport (Charles de Gaulle Airport, which actually used to be named Roissy-en-France Airport before it was renamed after the famous French general) and to the center of Paris. Roissy-en-France does not have its own metro or RER (Paris overground train) station. However, if you want to do as locals do and travel by train when you stay in Roissy-en-France, all that you need to do is hop on the suburban rail network from the station situated in Terminal 1 of the airport and you will be in central Paris in minutes. At Hotels.com, we used our considerable local knowledge to bring you the best range of Roissy-en-France hotels.