The breakfast buffet at The Originals Residence, Grenoble University is simple but effective and will awaken your taste buds with a choice of cereals, jams, dairy products, fruit juices, pastries, teas, coffee, etc. On sunny days, you can sit on the terrace at the back of the building. The restaurant does not offer food, but it has a partnership with Atelier 44, a grill-bistro. To find it, nothing could be easier, it is located at the foot of the hotel!
Free hotel car park
- Rooms for disabled guests
- Non smoking room
With the offer Short Break and more, you can benefit from a discount up to 30%.
Breakfast is included in the price of the room.
With the Half Board offer, breakfast and dinner are included in the price of the room.
Go on holiday in complete freedom at a reasonable price. And if you have any unforeseen circumstances, you can change or cancel at any time.
Take advantage of up to 30% discount on your stay by booking 15 days before your stay.
With the Security offer, book your next stay and get up to 20% discount.
A delightful hotel in most ways. Housekeeping services were confusing and even when I asked at the desk for housekeeping or put a sign on my door, there was no service, Perhaps I didn't understand the limits on the service, but having no service for a stay of 5 days was rough.
Excellent hotel with a very good location, very nice staff, very comportable stay in Grenoble !!!
Les bulles? This is the name given to the round cabins of the Grenoble cable car. The first urban cable car in France (inaugurated in 1934), it lifts its passengers in five minutes to the heights of the city as far as the fortifications of the Bastille. Entirely glazed, the "bubbles" offer an unusual view of Grenoble and its historic centre.
From the heights of the Chartreuse massif, the Bastille fort majestically dominates Grenoble. Visit the 19th century fortress, enjoy the view over the city, the place is also a starting point for beautiful alpine walks or mountain bike rides. The more adventurous can also embark on a beautiful via ferrata course.
To sit at "La Table Ronde" is to learn and share a (long) page of Grenoble's history. Opened in 1739, this café is the oldest in the city and one of the oldest in France. Rousseau, Stendhal, the Napoleonic general Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte, the future king of Sweden, sat down here. During the Second World War, the back room of the establishment was also a meeting place for resistance fighters.
"Here you are not a customer, you are a guest."