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This elegant Parisian suburb is a cultural centre in its own right and has superb transport links to the city centre. This means that the Massy hotels on's search portal are an ideal location for couples looking for a city break destination and families alike. With, you can find exactly the right accommodation in Massy. Search through the many Massy hotels until you have found one with the right atmosphere and facilities. Our past customers have provided in depth feedback from their stays, while photographs of every hotel are also available. Check out maps of each hotel's location, or give us a call to discuss your travel needs. With, all of the information you require is available in easy to read format. So book your next trip with us and head to beautiful Massy to begin a Parisian adventure without any holiday stress at all.

What's Massy Like?

Located just to the south of Paris, Massy is one of the French capital's most distinguished and attractive suburbs. It's more than a run-of-the-mill suburb though, with its own Opera House, stately gardens and one of only three mainline TGV stations in the Paris region. This provides rapid access to the attractions of Paris, including the Eiffel Tower, Louvre and the Luxembourg Gardens. It also allows anyone staying in accommodation in Massy to easily reach more distant destinations such as Lyons. The Palace of Versailles is a few miles to the west of Massy, while the suburb also has an excellent cinema showing art house and mainstream films. A couple of miles to the south lies Evry, where you can find the beautiful Chateau de Courances.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Massy

Sometimes big cities like Paris can feel hectic and rushed, but anyone staying in Massy hotels with should feel relaxed when wandering around this charming suburb. As ever, a few words of French will make life easier in shops and restaurants. Getting around Paris is easy via the Metro (remember to buy books of 10 tickets to save money). However, it really is better to walk around the centre of town. Walking maps can be found at most news stands, and the effort is well worth it. When attending museums, be aware that there may be more than one entrance (and the main entrances can be pretty busy). A 2,4 or 6 day museum pass can save holiday pennies. In Paris, the museums and galleries may well close once a week, and not necessarily on Sunday, so check beforehand. However, anyone heading to Massy with will have a fantastic time, whenever they travel, so book early to make things as easy as possible.