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Meaux is a town steeped in history and full of culinary specialities, it's also just 25 miles from Paris and visitors can easily take a day trip from here to the French capital by train. If you are planning a break in the Île-de-France region, you can check availability at Meaux hotels and find the best rates by browsing through the collection. We have everything from boutique hideaways to family friendly suites and when you book your trip with us, you can be confident in the quality of your accommodation. Along with each listing there are reviews from previous guests and a number of photographs illustrating what you can expect from the hotel. want your holiday plans to go off without a hitch.

What's Meaux Like?

Many people who stay in Meaux hotels try out the town's famous cheese, known as the Brie de Meaux and the equally celebrated mustard - the Moutarde de Meaux. Other examples of fine French cuisine can be found at the professional, yet family friendly, Un Gout de Nature, a great spot for an alfresco lunch. A short drive away is Disneyland Paris, one of the country's most popular attractions with adults and children alike. However, for a more historic outing, the Musee de la Grande Guerre will take you back to the time of World War 1. To appreciate the areas religious history, visit the elegant Cathedrale Saint-Etienne which is an excellent example of Gothic architecture. If you like to enjoy a little retail therapy whilst you're on holiday, La Petite Lucarne won't disappoint. It's packed with original and unusual items, perfect for finding gifts or something special for yourself!

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Meaux

Often, experiencing a new culture, foods and way of life, can be the most memorable part of a trip. So you can make the most of your time away, the travel experts have put together a few pointers for getting on with the locals in Meaux. The French are friendly people, but they can also be quite private, preferring to stick to formal greetings, like Mr or Mrs, until they get to know a person. So if that's how they address you, don't interpret it as aloofness, they are simply being respectful. Staying in Meaux hotels gives you the chance to wander around the local markets and ask the stallholders about their more unusual goods. You may not recognise everything on offer, but they'll be only too happy to give some cooking advice and sell you some delicious treats!