Hotels in Chambery, France
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- Carre Curial
- Chamnord Shopping Center
- Elephants Fountain
- Chateau de Chambery
- Centre de Congres Le Manege
- Musée Savoisien
- Cathédrale Métropole St-François de Sales
- Chateau des Ducs de Savoie
- Espace Malraux
- Parc des Loisirs de Buisson Rond
- Musée des Beaux-Arts
- Foire de Savoie
- Fontaine des Éléphants
- Ville Ancienne
Best hotels in Chambery
Hotels.com is here to help users find the best Chambery hotels to suit each person's own unique criteria and preferences for their stay in this valley city. Our site offers an array of pictures that show a realistic and thorough view into what it would be like to stay in this 2006 Alpine Town of the Year. Hotels.com is here to assist whether you are hoping to view historic landmarks in this picturesque city, visit the famous vineyards, go skiing nearby in the Alps, or make use of the area's more leisurely options including the city's various shops. We will get you to where you want to be. Pick Hotels.com to book your stay today!
What is Chambery Like?
This beautiful city is situated in a lush valley surrounded by the Western Alps. Deep within Europe, the city features a temperate climate with frequent but light precipitation, so visitors will find it comfortable outside as well as inside their Chambery hotel. On rainy days, there are many indoor attractions to explore, including the former fortress Château de Chambéry. There are also fine art museums such as the Museo Delle Belle Arti, and the Musee Savoisien. A hungry traveler can have a midday lunch under the cool shadow and splashes of the Fontaine des Éléphants, with the Combe de Savoie's vineyards to supply the drinks when the weather is nice. There are plenty of fine local wines to enjoy with an authentic French meal. Stay in the historical Savoy capital and spend time in this French settlement to enjoy the many sights on the edge of the Alps.
Tips for Getting Along with the Locals in Chambery
It is a good to know some of the native language when visiting this charming city. While many in the tourism industry may speak English, not all of the locals will, as less than half of the population is known to speak English in addition to their native French. If you are unsure of your ability to communicate with locals, try downloading a language translation app for your mobile device or picking up a French guide book. If words will not do, wine may! Wine is a focus in French culture, and this is especially true in Chambery, one of the largest producers of wine in the country of France. In particular Vermouth (aromatized wine), known to be dry and very flowery, is a common sight in Chambery and a choice as good as any other! We hope you use Hotels.com to find the best Chambery Hotels for your stay!