Cheap Hotels in Grenoble
The Hôtel Gloria is located in central Grenoble, 200 metres from the A48 motorway and 300 metres from Grenoble's School of Management. Each guest room has a private bathroom, satellite TV and WiFi access. Guests of the Gloria can enjoy a continental breakfast in the hotel dining room. The hotel is just 200 metres from the nearest tramway stop offering connections throughout the city, 1 km from Grenoble cathedral and 800 metres from the Musée Dauphinois. Grenoble SNCF Train Station is just 200 metres away.
Hotel Europole is located in the centre of Grenoble, less than 100 metres from the SNCF Train Station and a 3-minute walk from the Palais de Justice. The modern guest rooms are equipped with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV and WiFi internet access. They also have lift access. Europole hotel provides a daily breakfast that can be taken in the dining room or in the guest room upon request, and includes hot drinks, fruit juice, breads, pastries, pancakes, meats, cheeses and cereals. The restaurant, Brasserie du Palais, is open 7 days a week and serves traditional cuisine, including seafood specialities. In addition to a 24-hour reception, the hotel offers a laundry and dry cleaning service. Hotel Europole is 45 km from Grenoble-Saint-Geoirs Airport. On-site public parking is available for guests arriving by car.
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Hipark by Adagio Grenoble Hotel
Perfect for business or leisure guests, the Hipark by Adagio Grenoble is located in the Europole business district, close to the city center and amenities. It has 111 fully furnished apartments with fully equipped kitchens for up to 6 people. For your convenience, the aparthotel also offers a fitness center, sauna, meeting room and private car park (charges apply, by request). Our reception teams are available 24 hours a day.
Hotels in Grenoble
Grenoble is a city in south-eastern France, at the foot of the French Alps where the river Drac joins the Isère. The proximity of the mountains, as well as its size, has led to the city being known as the ‘Capital of the Alps'. Come here for mountain-based activities, views, adrenalin and something different.
Maison de la Montagne
Come to the Maison de la Montagne for all the information you need to plan your mountain-based itinerary. Activities found here include skiing, glacier hiking, ice climbing on frozen waterfalls, hiking, mountain climbing, mountain biking, rock climbing, canyoning, paragliding, nature walks and caving. The knowledgeable staff provide you with weather and avalanche bulletins, help plan overnight mountain stays and sell you the right maps and topoguides.
Fort de la Bastille
For great views, an amazing fort and a 45-minute walk down to the city, take the Téléphérique Grenoble-Bastille up to the massive hilltop fortress, built to defend France in the early 1800s.
The views are spectacular, and on clear days you can see the peaks of the Vercors and even Mont Blanc. Up here also is the Musée des Troupes de Montagne, a fascinating museum about France's elite Alpine regiments, established in 1888.
The fort complex has five eateries, great for supplying the energy needed either for attempting one of the walking trails that start and pass by here or, if you dare, Acrobastille described below.
Adrenalin junkies need to stay on the Fort de la Bastille and hop on one of Acrobastille's two 300m-long zip lines. Next, plunge into the caving simulator and try out the new Mission Bastille, a labyrinth worthy of Indiana Jones. Safety is assured by special carabiners.
Food, drink and entertainment
There are so many eateries, bars, clubs and Grenoble hotels, you are really spoilt for choice, but here are a couple of ideas:
Try Le Tord Boyeaux on Rue Auge Gaché, a unique establishment featuring 43 vins aromatisés (flavoured wines) that you drink on the rocks, at €2.50 each. Choose from violette (violet), chataigne (chestnut), Génépi-fraise (Génépi-strawberry), mangue pimentée (spicy mango) and many more. Visit on Tuesdays at 7pm to see how many your taste buds can recognise, and your constitution will allow.
MC2 (Maison de la Culture), situated 2.5km south of the centre, is Grenoble's most dynamic venue for theatre, dance, opera, jazz and other types of music. To get there, take tram line A to the 'MC2 – Maison de la Culture' stop.
At Chez Mémé Paulette, old books, milk jugs, mess tins and other knick-knacks fill the shelves, attracting a young crowd to its Boho atmosphere and wallet-friendly menu. Here you can buy soups, hot and cold open sandwiches and the popular house speciality, meat and cheese baked in a cocotte (small casserole), at only €6.
Alternatively at L'Épicurien, Place aux Herbes, swap knick-knacks for chandeliers, leather banquettes, exposed stone and a twisting wrought-iron staircase in a chic split-level restaurant. An aperitif at the bar whets your appetite for dishes such as creamy gratin dauphinois and herb-crusted lamb.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Grenoble
What are the most booked hotels in Grenoble?Hotel Europole, Ibis Grenoble Centre Bastille and Appartéa Grenoble Alpexpo are some of the popular hotels in Grenoble.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Grenoble?The cheapest price for a double room in Grenoble is £38, offered by Séjours & Affaires Marie-Curie.
If I want to stay in the center of Grenoble, which hotels shall I consider?The best hotels near the center of Grenoble are Ibis Grenoble Centre Bastille, Le Grand Hotel Grenoble Centre and L'Auberge d'Hélène Grenoble Centre.
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