Grenoble is a French city famous as a ski destination that hosted the Winter Olympics in the middle of the last century. It’s the unofficial capital of the Alps, at the foot of the mountains between Drac and Isère, but it’s not just skiing. A proliferation of excellent museums and universities ensures Grenoble has a strong cultural pull as well as delightful hiking and biking opportunities in the warmer months. Be sure to take the cable car (“bubbles”) to visit La Bastille during your stay and choose a suitable hotel for your stay.
Park Hotel Grenoble – MGallery
This four-star hotel is located opposite Paul Mistral Park, in the Exposition-Bajatière district, a short walk from the city center. Single rooms to king-size suites are available for booking, with soundproofing, minibar, room service on request and balcony. Provided by Sofitel, the establishment has 40 rooms, a hammam, an indoor swimming pool, a sensory shower, a fitness room and a guest lounge. Valet parking is provided, with free seasonal shuttles to major ski areas. Meals are served at Le Zebre, a quirky and contemporary dining venue with armchairs and sofas, perfect for a lazy evening after a day of alpine activities.
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