Are you planning a business or family stay in Chambéry? Stay in our affordable B&B hotel in Chambéry. Discover this city that offers magnificent landscapes and a rich historical heritage. You’ll enjoy Chambéry in the winter, with its snow-capped mountains, and in the summer as well, with its charming parks and iconic monuments.
Located in the Savoie department, within the Rhône Alpes region, you’ll find a city that’s full of charm and history. The historical capital of Savoie, Chambéry grew up in the hollow of a mountain gap, between the Bauges and Chartreuse massifs. The city hosts a magnificent heritage that you can explore during your relaxing stay. Don’t delay—book your accommodation in Chambéry today!
The B&B Hotel in Chambéry awaits you with its warm hospitality. Ideally located, your hotel in Chambéry offers a wide selection of rooms to suit every need. All are equipped with a free, unlimited WiFi connection and a flat-screen television. Air-conditioned, they’ve been designed for your comfort and tranquillity.
Just a few minutes from the city centre, a few kilometres from the airport and the main rail station, and with direct access to the A41 and A43 motorways, our B&B Hotel Chambéry La Cassine is ideally located! In this hotel, you’ll find all the facilities and services you may need:
In this two-star category hotel, you’ll also enjoy a sweet and savoury unlimited breakfast buffet for only 6 euros. Your pets are welcome in this hotel, for an extra fee of only 4 euros. And finally, the hotel features a 24/7 room distributor: you can access your room quickly and easily if you arrive late. If you’re looking for an affordable hotelthat’s comfortable, with impeccable service, near Chambéry, the B&B Chambéry La Cassine hotel is just what you’re looking for!
Chambéry was described in sources as a small fortified village, as early as the 11th century. The history of the town is closely linked to that of the House of Savoy, which made it its capital from 1292 to 1563. Chambéry became part of France for the first time between 1792 and 1815, before becoming a permanent part of the country in 1860. The old town centre, which is remarkably well-preserved, features beautiful, colourful façades reflecting the Piedmontese influence, as well as lovely private mansions. The city grew up around the old city centre, and was greatly affected by the Allied bombardment of May 26, 1944.
Chambéry has many parks and gardens. Between sightseeing jaunts, you can visit the Clos Savoiroux, the Parc du Verney, the Jardin du Muséum or the Jardin des Charmettes, where Jean-Jacques Rousseau is said to have discovered botany. You can also plan for a hike in the Regional Natural Park of the Massif des Bauges or for an escape to the banks of the Bourget lake.
A City of Art and History, Chambéry hosts a number of monuments. You can explore the Crypt of Lémenc, the Chateau of the Dukes of Savoy, now housing the Prefecture and the Regional General Council, the Cathedral of Saint-François-de-Sales, a former chapel built in the 15th century, the Chateau of Caramagne, a Baroque-style edifice built overlooking the town... And of course, don’t forget the old town and its private mansions. Chambéry also possesses many contemporary structures that are worth a visit: you can wander down the rue de Boigne, admire the essential Fontaine des éléphants, built in 1838, be amazed by the façade of the Charles Dullin Theatre, and more...
Numerous events are held throughout the year: The Festival of Gipsy Cultures, The Nuits de la Roulotte, takes place each year in February. The First Novel Festival takes place in May; in August, world cultures are in the spotlight at the World Folklore Festival. In October, the International Comics Festival gathers together fans of the “8th Art”.