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Most people associate Grenoble with skiing, but this mountain city has something to offer visitors whatever the season. Skiing in the winter and hiking or rock-climbing in the summer can be combined with culture, history and exhibitions of contemporary art all year round. No hotel in this city is far from a mountain view. Use the guest reviews, multiple photos and sample rooms featured on Hotels.com to help you select from Grenoble hotels. Hotels.com has partnerships with many hotels in this city, so there will be one which meets your expectations.

What's Grenoble Like?

Grenoble is home to no less than fifteen museums, from the conventional to the totally surprising. Spend a day visiting museums which commemorate the Resistance Movement of the Second World War and the Mountain Troops of France. At the Musée Dauphinois discover the history of skiing or explore the development of artificial silk at the Viscose Museum. The Musée de Grenoble houses a fine collection of the works of Matisse. Grenoble is full of open spaces and parks, ideal for all the family. Children will enjoy exploring the fortifications of La Bastille in the Park of the Dauphins. This park is also the starting point for many great hiking paths. For the more adventurous head to the theme parks in the area. At Acrobastille all of the family can enjoy the thrills of giant zip lines as they seem to fly over Grenoble. The area abounds in beautiful mountain lakes and rivers, some of which can be used for swimming and sunbathing in the warmer months. When the weather is not so good, Grenoble has indoor swimming pools, cinemas, a bowling alley and an ice rink. And last, but not least, Grenoble is a world class winter destination for skiing. What better reasons could there be for booking Grenoble hotels.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Grenoble

Grenoble is known for its walnut gateaux and Chartreuse drink. Both are especially enjoyable after a day on the ski slopes. Combine them with other local delicacies such as tartiflette, raclette and traditional fondues. The children of Grenoble grow up on skis, so the best way to mix with the locals is to head outdoors. Join them on the ski slopes during the winter season, or head to the lakes and forests in the summer months. Whether you want to stay near a ski slope, in lakeside accommodation or in the centre of town, the accurate maps at Hotels.com will show you exactly where Grenoble hotels are located. With all the information available at Hotels.com it is easy to choose the perfect hotel to suit your budget.