Novotel Grenoble Nord

1625 Route de Veurey, Voreppe, Rhone-Alpes, 38340, France
Hotel Novotel Grenoble Nord Voreppe
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners Travelocity


Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good


Value Score No Data

Show Prices

Good For Couples
  • Families71
  • Couples75
  • Solo72
  • Business66

More about Grenoble


A friendly man on the train trip.A friendly man on the train trip.

Restaurant roomRestaurant room

Typical view - chartreuse parkTypical view - chartreuse park

Fontaine aux DauphinsFontaine aux Dauphins

Forum Posts

winter travel

by auntydee

can someone give me ideas of what to do in March in this area. Most of the sites are closed. I am travelling with disabled people in wheelchairs

Re: winter travel

by tmpaca

Have a look here, you can change in English too:

Re: winter travel

by Beausoleil

Grenoble has an excellent Beaux Arts Museum. Here is the web site (in French). They do have handicapped access so you would be okay there. You might want to contaqct them if you have a fairly large group. They may have services available.

Enjoy a lovely city in a beautiful setting.

Travel Tips for Grenoble

Weather and forecast

by vinc_bilb

Grenoble "benefits" from an atypical climate, with an amplitude and variations of the highest in France. While in winter, the temperature can fall very low, in summer the city undergoes one of the strongest hot season of the country. The surrounding mountains form a huge washbasin, in which the heat becomes sometimes heavy, because of the lack of air.

We can have long periods of sunshine ... compensated with strong precipitation which have difficulty in moving.

Weather Grenoble : Free website for Grenoble and its area:
This site (the best in my view) gives reliable weather forecast for Grenoble and the Dauphiné region (ski resorts, ...)
A link to the Paris website allows you free access to a complete set of weather information for the whole country. Now, you can understand why the city is empty during the hot sundays: the residents of the city (called Grenoblois) are looking for fresh air around (in the mountains, lakes...).

A 20°C temperature variation (+ or -) in 1 or 2 days is not exceptional... Adapt your packing list according to that !! (see pic1, pic2 from

Grenoble Tip

by some_clown

As you can see on this satellite picture, Grenoble is surrounded by mountains, and that's why it gets so cold in the winter and so hot in the summer. The city is at the cross-roads of 3 valleys. The one going towards the West takes you to Lyon and it's region. The one on the East side leads to Chambery and the whole Savoie. The one in the South leads to Valence and the southern Alps.

The Town Hall, bronze sculpture by Etienne Hadju


The Town Hall, bronze sculpture by Etienne Hadju, 1967

This sculpture of Etienne Hadju, "formes min?rales abstraites" (abstract mineral shapes), blooms in the center of the patio of the l'H?tel de Ville, in a granite fountain, posed on the mosaic of Gianferrari which covers the ground of the patio. From a shape that the artist multiplies, a concrete image takes form without never being identified with its elementary component. Curved forms, folded up on themselves seem to contain tensions which evoke all the energy maintained in a "mineral flower" about to hatch. This sculpture creates itself progressively its own space medium with its development. One finds the preoccupation with a perfection of the artist in the treatment of the matter, which he wants beautiful, polished and dense.



This old style Merry-go-round used to come here (in Place Grenette, in the center of the city) around Christmas, for a fee weeks. It seems that now, it stays from onr Christmas to the other ! I suppose there are enough customer for that !

Via ferrata

by Klod5

Grenoble est une ville ancrée dans la tradition montagnarde. Plusieurs Via Ferrata ont été crées, pour apprendre la montagne, ou s'entraîner. L'une d'entre elle est au coeur de la ville puisqu'elle permet, depuis le bord du Drac, de monter jusqu'à la Bastille.

Grenoble is a city anchored in the tradition highlander. Several Via Ferratas were created, to learn the mountain, or to train. One among her is at the heart of the city since it permits, since the side of the Drac, to go up until the Bastille.


Popular Hotels in Grenoble

Le Grand Hotel Grenoble Centre

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

5 Rue de la Republique, (formerly Minotel), Grenoble

Show Prices

Novotel Grenoble Centre

Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

7 Place Robert Shuman, Grenoble

Show Prices

Citadines Grenoble

Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

9 - 11 rue de Strasbourg, Grenoble

Show Prices

Tulip Inn Hotel Angleterre

Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

5 Place Victor Hugo, Grenoble

Show Prices

View all Grenoble hotels

View all Grenoble hotels

Latest Grenoble hotel reviews

Citadines Grenoble
29 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 13, 2014
Hotel Bastille
44 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 11, 2014
Chateau & spa de la Commanderie Grenoble
44 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jan 19, 2014
Les Estudines Marie-Curie
2 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Dec 2, 2010
Le Grand Hotel Grenoble Centre
88 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 12, 2014
L'Hotel de l'Europe
25 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 3, 2014
Tulip Inn Hotel Angleterre
76 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 18, 2014
Best Western Hotel Terminus
32 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Nov 11, 2013
Park Hotel Grenoble
25 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Sep 13, 2013
Hotel des Alpes
6 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Dec 22, 2013
Hotel Suisse Et Bordeaux
12 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Dec 1, 2013
Novotel Grenoble Centre
76 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Dec 18, 2013

 Novotel Grenoble Nord

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Voreppe Novotel
Novotel Grenoble

Address: 1625 Route de Veurey, Voreppe, Rhone-Alpes, 38340, France