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Enjoy a city break in the French capital and stay in one of its most luxurious suburbs by choosing one of the fantastic Saint-Cloud hotels available via We have discovered the very best places to sleep in this part of Paris - from virtual palaces with luxurious facilities to hotels that suit a more modest budget. You will find reviews of each hotel, along with accurate ratings. Location maps will ensure that you can find a conveniently placed hotel, while we also include photographs of sample rooms to make your choice even easier. With, you can take the stress out of finding an ideal hotel for your next Parisian break. So book early and you may secure big discounts in this opulent corner of France.

What's Saint-Cloud Like?

For many French people, Saint-Cloud is the epitome of luxury. One of the richest areas of the nation's richest city, the modern suburb has continued a long tradition. This used to be the home of dukes and kings, and it shows. Visit the site of the now demolished Chateau of Saint-Cloud (now home to the Rock en Seine Festival), or have flutter at Saint-Cloud Racecourse. See the Monet masterpieces at the nearby Marmottan Museum or take the very short bus ride to the lavish Palace of Versailles - the last home of French royalty and one of the most spectacular palaces in the world. Saint-Cloud is also ringed by green spaces - so rent a bike and cycle into the forests of suburban Paris. Or take the Metro to world-famous attractions such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre or the Church of Sacre Coeur.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Paris

Parisians may be deeply proud of their city but they are also friendly and welcoming - particularly if you can speak some French. Even a couple of phrases can make a big difference, so practise on the plane and be at a huge advantage. The locals are as keen on food as most French people. That is, they take it very seriously indeed. So join them in grabbing a just-cooked pain au chocolat from the local boulangerie or head to a fromagerie on the Boulevard St Germain for the world's greatest cheeses. In Saint Cloud, the outdoors is also a huge part of every day life. So hire that bike, enjoy a day spent walking the grounds of Versailles, or even a round of golf at the nearby Haras de Jardy course. In August, party with the locals in Saint-Cloud at the Rock en Seine Festival, as worldwide acts come to town. Whenever you go, be sure of a great time by booking with