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Discover Montreuil hotels that are close to the city's major sights and attractions to suit your budget and preferences with Venere. Choosing accommodation in Montreuil is much easier with Venere's system, and you're able to see exactly which hotels appeal to you within minutes. Simply select the star and budget ratings you prefer and browse a wide range of comfortable and stylish hotels. All of the places to stay in Montreuil that appear on Venere's website have been rated by former guests, while photographs give you a clear idea of what your rooms will be like. Whether you're planning a break with your partner or with family and friends, you'll find a range of hotels in Montreuil that combine an excellent location with the high level of service you demand.

What's Montreuil like?

The picturesque town of Montreuil is in the Nord Pas-de-Calais region of northern France, and it's an inspired choice for vacations. Ramparts dating from the 13th century border the town, and they are a delightful place to walk and enjoy the view. Montreuil was once linked to the coast by the Canche river, and outdoor enthusiasts will love the marshes, river meadows, and lush woodlands that are within easy reach of Montreuil hotels. Venture into the town center to see the statue of General Sir Douglas Haig close to the fountains, which commemorates WWI when the British were headquartered at Chateau de Beaurepaire. See 18th century potter's homes in pretty Clape-en-Bas or take a walk to la cavée Saint Firmin, which was used for scenes in the 1925 film 'Les Miserables'. Be sure to see Saint-Saulve church and the Hotel-Dieu chapel, which was erected in the 13th century and restored in the 19th, before stopping off for a drink in one of the town's friendly cafes.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Montreuil

Learn a few phrases of basic French and you'll get on well with locals during your stay in Montreuil. This friendly town has a strong religious roots, and you can see important works and 19th century paintings relating to it at the Roger Rodière Museum. Locals will be happy to pass the time of day over a long lunch in restaurants close to your Montreuil hotels. Try local seafood and mussels, and look out for Persyn, a gin-like spirit from the region. There are more useful hints to make your vacation truly special on the Venere website, so why not take a look and see some of the town's best hotels at the same time?