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One of the biggest attractions of Chessy is its easy access to Disneyland Paris. From Phantom Manor to Space Mountain, you will be close to all of the attractions Disney has to offer. Because of its location in the fast growing Val d'Europe, sifting through the available Chessy hotels can be overwhelming. If you are looking for accommodations to visit the theme park, Hotels.com makes it easy. Whether you want a pampered resort experience, easy access to shopping, or simply family friendly lodging, booking a place to stay is simple with Hotels.com. Use the built-in map function on Hotels.com to ensure that your lodgings provide easy access to the park, the rail station, and the La Vallée Shopping Village.
What's Chessy Like?
There is much to explore in Chessy beyond Disney. From the sculpture garden of Dhuys to the Aquatic Center Val d'Europe, there are many great activities to fill your stay. From one of the nearby Chessy hotels, it is easy to catch the TGV high-speed train system to explore Paris and the surrounding area. Visiting landmarks such as the Louvre, Eiffel Tower, and the Catacombs are possible as day trips. As recently as the 1980's, Chessy was a small village with less than 1000 inhabitants. Only thirty kilometers from the City of Lights, it has been absorbed by the Parisian sprawl and the population has more than doubled. With this growth has come a number of restaurants that cater to families visiting Disney. Also popular are the numerous spas and resorts available to pamper you with their relaxing amenities throughout your stay,
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Chessy
One of the best ways to get off to a good start with Cassassiens, as the locals call themselves, is to speak the language. It's not necessary to be fluent in French, but attempting to learn a few words of the native tongue is always a good gesture. Another way to fit in is by keeping your clothing understated. The little black dress is a Paris fashion icon because of its simplicity, and even if your trip does not involve that level of formality, it's a good reminder of how to dress. Don't worry, you can still wear sneakers, just make sure that they are appropriate to the occasion if you wear them for activities besides walking the city. With Hotels.com's reviews to help you narrow down the Chessy hotels, it's possible to find one that's the perfect distance from your activities. There's no better way to experience the sights, sounds, and smells of the city than on foot.