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Chambery is a city in the south-eastern region of France. It's the capital of the department of Savoie (Savoy) and is in the Rhones-Alpes region. Chambery is a part of the Alpine Town of the Year Association and won the Town of the Year award in 2006. Two nearby cities, Annecy and Chamonix, are also award winners. Chambery has a historical significance in the Savoy region. The city houses many identifiable landmarks and other tourist attractions. There is even a fortress from 1285 and a fountain made in 1838 with four elephant statues. Hotels.com shows few Chambery hotels, considering the area's fair-sized population and tourism appeal. Hotels.com helps you to navigate to the shortlist of five-star hotels that Chambery has to offer. You need not worry, as you can book ahead of time and secure a reservation at one of the city's best hotels.

What's Chambery Like?

Chambery is an intriguing place to visit, as its full of historical sights and has a surrounding of nothing but high mountains. The city combines the elegance of Paris and the ancient beauty of Rome. You can escape to a medieval-style hotel, then spend your days exploring the city's most-prized antiquities. Don't forget to make time for hiking up the beautiful mountains surrounding the city. Regardless of what you do, you will be happy you gave Chambery an opportunity. When visiting, every tourist should explore the Castle of the Dukes of Savoie, a large castle from the 11th century. The Elephants Fountain is also must-see and makes for a great postcard to send home to friends and family. Some other attractions include Cathedral de Chambery, Place St-Leger, and Place du Palais de Justice.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Chambery

People in Chambery are welcoming, but you do want to fit in with the local customs. These are people with a deep respect for their historical town. Hotels.com shows many Chambery hotels with ancient and medieval influence. Quite a few of these hotels are also housed in historic buildings. If you plan to stay in a fancier hotel, make sure to dress the part. Casual dressing is fine for a day by or on the water, or while hiking up one of the many high mountains. Dress more formal while enjoying the finer qualities of Chambery. Dining mainly consists of traditional French cuisine. Most French restaurants in Chambery are found in historic buildings, which give off an elegant aura. As such, tourists should dress the part to avoid standing out to the locals. Speak to a member of our expert team in person over the phone if you would like more information about the superb range of accommodation available in this scenic town.