In Vichy, Grenoble or Lyon, our Campanile hotels and restaurants are perfectly located for easy getaways. You'll find modern rooms with premium bedding and private bathrooms. Our services are tailor-made for all your needs for your seminars, offered at the best price. In your restaurant, you’ll find fresh, seasonal produce, complemented by Michelin-starred chef Philippe Renard, who is involved in creating our recipes.
Several neighborhoods in the capital of Gaul are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the slopes of the Cross-Rousse, the Presqu’île, Fourvière Hill and Old Lyon. It's in the former worker’s neighborhood that you can stop in one of the famous "bouchons", typical taverns where you'll enjoy local specialties such as the tablier de sapeur, grattons, sausages etc. And if pork products are not your thing, you can feast on local cheeses or pike quenelles, all washed down with a pitcher of Beaujolais. The city of Paul Bocuse is opening an International City of Gastronomy in the summer of 2019, in the Grand Hotel Dieu.
100 thermal springs, 80 volcanoes and 10 water cities
Your Campanile hotel in Aix-les-Bains will help you discover the rare beauty of this spa town, ranked 5th most romantic destination in Europe in 2016, also well known for harboring France’s largest freshwater port. The pristine charm of crystal waters will take you to Annecy, capital of Haute-Savoie. Your Campanile hotel in Annecy will be enable you to live at the pace of this stylish, sharp City of Art and History, where everything is luxurious, calm and voluptuous.
Montélimar, the “child-friendly” town
Our hotel and restaurant in Montélimar opens the doors to the cité montilienne, located on the Roman way, the via Agrippa, for five millennia! The city is home to a rich architectural heritage: Holy-Croix College, the Temple, the Adhémar Castle, or the chapel of Notre-Dame-de-la-Rose. The food halls here are full of charm, and you shouldn’t miss enjoying the famous nougat, a confectionery made with egg whites, honey, pistachios and almonds. Little foodies can explore the 24 remarkable trees in the Public Garden thanks to a dedicated trail, the Nature Quiz.