Rueil-Malmaison is a charming little town on the western suburb of Paris, in France, near Nanterre and Suresnes. It's a city majorly habited by a wealthy middle-class.
The city is known for it's chateau, the Château de la Malmaison, where Napoleon Bonaparte used to live with Joséphine de Beauharnais.
Nowadays, the town live by tourism and the majority of the activ population works in Paris. One of the principal lycée, the Lycée Richelieu, is one of the best of France, rated #33 or in 2005. Some french celebrities lives here, and the maire is Patrick Ollier, the husband of former defense minister MAM (Michelle Alliot-Marie) now minister de l'intérieur.