Book a charming business hotel in Saint-Mard
An architecturally pleasing town that has preserved its local traditions and community spirit, Saint-Mard is also home to almost 200 businesses. The town's primary economy is transport and services based, and it is therefore well-connected to Paris' economy and Charles de Gaulle Airport, which is a mere 11km away. Hotels in Saint-Mard offer a convenient location, excellent facilities and a great place to conduct business from.
What will I discover here?
Saint-Mard is famous for its annual town festival, which takes place in late August and features marches, dances and music from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Residents of the region come together to dance traditional dances including the Troika and the St Mardoise. Don't miss this unique opportunity to see the local people dressed in traditional costume, and to get into the festive spirit yourself.
What can I expect from business life in Saint-Mard?
Just over 40km from Paris, Saint-Mard is a quintessentially French town. Located just off the major N2 motorway and well-connected to Paris by rail, France's business capital is reachable in just 20 minutes, but feels a world away in Saint-Mard. Executives can enjoy the benefits of working in one of the world's most important financial centres and escaping to this country retreat and a glass of locally-produced rosé when work is over. The majority of the local economy in Saint-Mard is comprised of transport services. There have been 26 auto companies to have launched themselves in the town.
What else can I do from my Saint-Mard hotel?
From your hotel in Saint-Mard you'll find a delightful country town which host traditional July Bastille Day fêtes and year-round weekly food markets overflowing with local produce. If you can, come to the August festival and celebrate with the locals in time-honoured fashion. Saint-Mard is near an important regional park, Oise-Pays de France, which has as its mission the preservation of more than 100 historic monuments threatened by land pressures, due to their proximity to the Paris area and Charles de Gaulle Airport. The park includes over 20,000 hectares of forest and attractions such as the Parc Asterix, dedicated to the beloved comic book character, and the exquisite Castle Chantilly, built in 1560, and Senlis Cathedral. Though compact, the town has a theatre and several galleries, as well as ample sports facilities, if you fancy a relaxed game.