Cheap Hotels in Chambery
This hotel is located in the heart of Chambéry, a city in the department of Savoie, located in the Rhône-Alpes region in southeastern France. It boasts a prime location just a few steps from the Cathedral and the train station. It also provides easy access to the E70 motorway, situated just 1.5 kilometres away. All the comfortable guest rooms have been fully-equipped (flat screen television, desk) and offer a private bathroom. The Theatre Hotel also provides a free WIFI connexion in all the hotel.
In the city center facing the train station, the 4-star Mercure Chambéry Centre hotel welcomes you for a relaxing family stay or a business trip. Ideally located in close proximity to the historic center, all of the city's convention centers and just a fe w minutes from the largest natural lakes in France. You will appreciate its modern design, warmly colored rooms and intimate bar atmosphere.
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Premiere Classe Chambery Hotel
ibis budget Chambéry Centre Ville Hotel
Kyriad Chambéry Centre - Curial Apartaments
ibis Styles Chambéry Centre Gare Hotel
Breakfast and unlimited WIFI included in all rates at the ibis Styles Chambéry Centre Gare hotel. Our fully non-smoking hotel has air-conditioning. It is located 2 minutes' walk from the train station, close to the historic city center of Chambéry. It has a comfortable lounge area, bar, play area and spacious, stylish rooms so you can enjoy your stay!
ibis Chambery Hotel
B&B Hôtel CHAMBERY La Cassine Hotel
Hotels in Chambery
The French city of Chambéry is tucked away in a quiet valley within the Alps. It's a former Alpine Town of the Year, noted for a community emphasis on ecology and sustainable development. That means Chambéry's atmosphere is fresh, clean and peaceful.
Walks and hiking
The city is almost completely surrounded by the mountains, so for hikes and exploring you're spoilt for choice. Heading east will take you into the Massif des Bauges area, and the nature parks and reserve to the south are in the Hauts de Chartreuse region.
If you'd prefer to stay in Chambéry, the Combe Noir hiking path takes you in a loop around the ‘Black Comb' woods. The route takes less than two hours to complete, and you end up back where you started.
Sightseeing in Chambery
Sometimes there are interesting things to see if you just stand still. The Tour de France passes through Chambéry every summer, cheered on by crowds lining the streets.
Chambéry is also home to the Elephants Fountain, an incredible structure with four elephants emerging from the arches. It's the most famous landmark in the city centre and a popular meeting point.
The medieval quarter of the town has been impressively well preserved. Chambéry has a cathedral, built in the 15th century. It includes a 35-metre maze and the largest collection of trompe l'œil – optical illusion – paintings in Europe.
Restaurants and cafés
Historically, the city has been both a French and Italian colony. As such, there are influences from Italy in the local cuisine. Given the tourist-friendly nature of the city, many of these are pizza places.
Stroll south from the railway station and over the River Leysse to find most of Chambéry's restaurants within the largely pedestrianized town square area. With sushi, Vietnamese food and burgers also making appearances, it's possible to eat differently every night of the week.
Via the Chambéry-Savoie Airport or Chambéry-Challes-les-Eaux railway station, getting in and out of the city is easy. There are direct flights to many cities around the UK, including smaller airports like Newcastle and Southampton.
Hop on the train and reach Paris in around three and a half hours. In the other direction, there are high-speed services to Turin and Milan in Italy, and to Brussels, Antwerp and Amsterdam.
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