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Let Hotels.com, one of the tourism and travel world's most trusted names, find you your dream hotel in Coupvray. Whether you are travelling alone, with your partner, or with friends and family, we are sure to have several Coupvray Hotels here that will whet your appetite. Our list of Coupvray Hotels contains only accommodation that has been hand picked by our travel experts, and there is a great variety on offer. We include a set of photos alongside each of the hotel listings on our site, so that you can get an accurate idea of what the hotel is like, including what kind of views you will have, and what types of conveniences you are likely to find in your room. We supplement these with reviews written by previous guests at each hotel, to enable you to get a feel of what it is like to stay there. Famous as the home of Louis Braille, Coupvray and its environs have something to suit every traveller, from a ruined castle to Disneyland.

What's Coupvray Like?

Perhaps the most famous inhabitant of Coupvray way Louis Braille, who invented the now almost universal alphabet for the blind. Braille's house has now been turned into a heritage centre and is well worth a visit. Another historic, though much older, building in the Coupvray region is the now ruined Renaissance Castle of Rohan. Lovers of history should definitely pay this a visit! Meanwhile, the monastery and church of Saint-Pierre is another beautiful old building that is steeped in history. Travellers with kids also often stay at Coupvray as it is close to Disneyland Paris, and enables visitors to enjoy both the quiet of suburban life and the buzz of the Disneyland resort itself.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Coupvray

As French is the main language spoken here, why not learn a few things that you can say to locals to help blend in? Hello is just 'bonjour', for example, which literally means 'good day'. In the evening, you can modify this to 'bon soir' ('good evening'), or as it gets later try bidding people farewell with a 'bon nuit' ('good night'). If you want to say thank you after a meal, then simply saying 'merci Monsieur' or 'merci Madame' depending on whether you were served by a waiter or a waitress is a simple and polite thing to do. At Hotels.com, we are experts in the history, culture, and customs of the Coupvray region and we used this knowledge to bring you a great selection of Coupvray Hotels.