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Deauville, an attractive town on the Normandy coast, has been a fashionable resort for affluent Parisians since the 1860's. The building of a racetrack was followed by rapid development of Deauville as a chic destination for the smart crowd, attracted by the beaches, casino and elegant villas. Although not quite as popular as in its 19th century heyday, Deauville is still a vibrant place. The scenic coastal setting and lively entertainment lures French and international visitors alike. The town is particularly busy during the film festival every September. Venere, with considerable expertise in online accommodation, has partnered with great Deauville hotels to offer the best value rooms in the town, whatever your budget. Book Deauville rooms in advance with Venere and look forward to your stay in this stylish resort.

What's Deauville Like?

Deauville is a classic beach resort with colorful parasols lined up on the pristine stretch of golden sand. The refined Art Deco bathing house by the beach offers chic cabins for rent, equipped with their own showers. The town benefits from being planned from the outset, with neat street patterns. Houses have a smart Anglo Norman timber-framed design and the airy streets are full of small galleries, boutiques and graceful cafes. The casino is a classic example of Belle Epoque architecture and is one of the prominent buildings on the Deauville promenade. Society sports lovers created Deauville with the establishment of a racetrack in 1864, and a day at the races is still among the town's main attractions. Race days are family occasions, with inexpensive admission charges and plenty of additional entertainments besides the horses. Deauville hotels offer a relaxing base for exploring the charming villages and beaches along the Normandy coast.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Deauville

Deauville's visitors are predominantly French, although the expansion of the town's airport has encouraged more English speaking tourists. It's good to have a few handy French phases for everyday use. It's still a chic resort, and dressing well will help you fit in with locals in Deauville restaurants or for a day at the races. Deauville has some high end restaurants but also some charming small bistros offering good value fixed priced set menus. These occasionally include the favorite seafood dish along the Normandy coast, moules marinieres, made with local mussels. For local produce, including cider and Normandy cheeses, the food market, on the appropriately named Place du Marche, offers a wealth of choice. Venere provides extensive information on Deauville hotels, ranging from honest and accurate reviews from past guests to helpful photo galleries and sample room descriptions.