Its on the edge of Grenoble with stunning views of the mountains and located in a small town. The property itself has the makings of a good conference or wedding site, and has an exceptional restaurant. From what I could tell, the rooms themselves are variable.... some are better than others... and I think that is just a function of the age of the property and the different buildings that are adjoined together to make the hotel work. On this trip business trip, I stayed in 6 or so different hotels, so by this stage, I was used to being greeted with a warm smile, and I was hoping for one of the better rooms... which didn't quite transpire! It was a dry, functional welcome, and I think we got one of the mediocre rooms .. it smelt a little musty, maybe for their overflow clients. But, as I was walking around, you could see into other rooms that looked absolutely stunning - with really great views.
Traveller from Delaware, US
Situated in Eybens, this spa hotel is 0.9 mi (1.5 km) from Summum and within 3 mi (5 km) of Palais des Congres Alpexpo and …More
We used the hotel as a base to watch the Tour de France but wished we'd had more time to enjoy the hotel. Probably the best hotel of our trip to France. The only drawback was if you have a room on the top floor the walls/adjoining door seem to offer no sound resistance to your neighbours!
Traveller from London
Located in Uriage-les-Bains, this spa hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Golf Club d'Uriage and within 6 mi (10 km) of Pierre …More
A ski resort in southeastern France, Chamrousse boasts downhill and cross-country ski trails for everyone from beginners to champions. The climb of Chamrousse was used as a mountain time-trial in the 2001 Tour de France.