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- Mont Blanc
- Chamonix - Planpraz Ski Lift
- Aiguille du Midi Cable Car
- Les Planards Ski Lifts
- Les Praz - Flegere Ski Lift
- Chamonix Church
- Sea of Ice
- Montenvers Tram
- Aiguille du Midi
- Casino Barriere Chamonix
- Chamonix Golf Club
- Altitude 2000 Ski Lift
- Charlanon Ski Lift
- Chamonix Olympic Stadium
- Chamonix Alpine Museum
- Planpraz Tram
- Centre Commercial Alpina
- Chavanne Ski Lift
- Les Chosalets Ski Lift
- Le Brevent Cable Car
Best hotels in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc
The picturesque mountain commune of Chamonix-Mont-Blanc offers visitors amazing mountain vistas as well as plenty of mountain town attractions. Chamonix is one of the oldest ski resort areas in France making it a desirable destination for both winter and summer mountain activities. During the height of the ski season, it can be very difficult to book quality, affordable Chamonix hotels. Hotels.com is one of the world's leaders in online hotel booking and has rooms available for every traveler's budget. Travelers looking for a high-end, luxurious vacation can find the most deluxe accommodations through Hotels.com's certified guest review program, which offers honest information from previous guests about Chamonix hotels. Travelers on a tight budget will also find exactly what they're looking for on Hotels.com which offers many deeply discounted rates on quality rooms. Whether booking online or by phone, Hotels.com makes it easy to quickly book the perfect Chamonix hotel.
What's Chamonix-Mont-Blanc Like?
Chamonix-Mont-Blanc was home to the first Winter Olympics in 1924, and travelers still gather on the mountain slopes in the Chamonix Valley to enjoy both groomed pistes as well as guided glacier skiing. The Aiguille du Midi is the highest cable car in Europe and takes visitors on a 20-minute ride from the center of town to the top of the Aiguille du Midi peak at a height of 3842 m. From the top, visitors are greeted with a 360º view of the French, Swiss, and Italian Alps, including Mont Blanc, the highest peak in Europe. Although Chamonix is most famous for its winter attractions, it is equally as beautiful in the summer. With many hiking, biking, and mountain climbing options available, this picturesque village in the Alps will similarly enchant the summer traveler. Although many travelers come to the valley to experience outdoor adventures, Chamonix-Mont-Blanc also offers shopping, art galleries, quaint bakeries, many delightful Après-ski dining options, and a nightlife to rival any ski town in Europe.
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Chamonix-Mont-Blanc has many options for world-class skiing within the valley. There are eight ski resorts within the valley for beginner to expert skiers to choose from in addition to the famous guided off-piste Vallée Blanche glacier. Chamonix has a bus system that runs year-round and provides easy access to each of the popular ski resorts and hiking destinations in the valley. Finding your ideal hotel in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc is easy with Hotels.com. Just log on to www.Hotels.com, and use the interactive map feature to pinpoint the exact location of each Chamonix hotel. The maps also feature the locations of additional tourist attractions, the train station, and restaurants in and around Chamonix-Mont-Blanc.