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Finding the best hotels in the beautiful French city of Roubaix is a doddle with Staying in Roubaix hotels is well worth it, as the town offers a mixture of art, culture and access to a wonderful tourist region. With you can see the full range of Roubaix hotels - from city centre luxury hotels to family run businesses in side streets. Check the location of each hotel to see if they are close to your favourite attractions, and read through accurate feedback from past visitors. We even include photographs of hotel rooms and facilities, so that our customers can find the perfect hotel in Roubaix, whatever their travel needs. So book as early as possible and secure great discounts with our partner hotels in this superb tourist destination.

What's Roubaix Like?

With its fairytale cathedral, wide market square and narrow medieval streets, Roubaix has many secrets to unfold for those who visit with Located in the north-east French Nord region, near the border with Belgium, the focal point of the city is the Grand'Place. From here, it's a short walk to a world-class Museum of Art and Industry which is set in a beautifully restored old swimming pool. Tour the church of St Martin and visit the town's Flanders Museum to find out about World War One. Nearby, visitors staying at Roubaix hotels can easily reach the urban attractions of Lille (which is also a Euroster hub), as well as the supermarkets of Calais and the battlefields of the Great War. There are also some gorgeous villages such as Gerberoy which retain their historical charm, as well as the medieval architecture of Cambrai.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Roubaix

Roubaix is a fantastic destination for its architecture and museums, but it's the people who make it so welcoming. Get a feel for the town by starting off your walking tour in the Grand'Place, and explore the side streets, where you will find tens of small bistros serving up traditional French cuisine. Locals also love to escape to the relaxing expanse of Parc Barbieux, which is a great place to unwind or throw a frisbee when the sight-seeing becomes too much. Don't miss local events as well. Roubaix is cycling-mad, and the city hosts a world-famous one-day cycling competition every Spring. At other times, locals will be happy to rent out bikes and point anyone staying in Roubaix with the way towards rural routes and secluded country restaurants. So check out the delights of this French city with