yes and vigipirate antiterrorist plan would let you stay overnight in a train station. You are well advise to get a hotel for the night. ETaps are now been roll over to Ibis name changes; they will have those there as said above and campanile.
however the closest and best that I have stayed on my business trips there is Athena a French chain as well,and well rated in Trip Advisor too lol!!!
and this is campanile
and Etap soon to be Ibis Budget brand
hope it helps
all nice hotel for short stays,and convenience next to the train station Part Dieu at Lyon
We spent 5 nights in this 3* hotel. It is located at an altitude of 1650 m and the rooms with balcony face the magnificent Massif de la Muzelle. The hotel has 26 rooms, not big but okay as per French standards. They are kept very clean but are a bit outdated, especially the bathroom (with tub) and separate toilet. There's a sauna and a fitness room, a closed garage for bicycles (or skis in the winter), and a huge terrace with lounge chairs overlooking the swimming pool. Always with the view on the Massif des Ecrins. The hotel also has free WiFi.
In the summer they only offer bed & breakfast. Breakfast was extensive with a choice of cheeses and cold meats, cereals, yoghurts, fresh fruit, etc.
In the winter the hotel can be booked in half board (bed, breakfast & dinner).
The hotel is right on the ski slopes / VTT / walking trails (nearest cable lift 50 m).
This was quite a rustic bit lovely site in a wooded setting. The facilities are relatively basic but clean, there is a small swimming pool but most unusually the campsite also has its own riding school.
Every morning we had to go & say hello to all the ponys, Freya was in her element.
This is an ideal site for exploring the beautiful Ardech area of France, nice & shaded by the trees in the hot summer months to. I would definately stay here again.
This hotel was just okay, a typical roll them in roll them out ski package hotel.
Friendly staff, although it was near the end of the ski season & you could tell they had just had enough & wanted to get home. Food was just adequate, decor needed refreshing etc. It did the job, but I would not stay there again!
Great views of the surrounding mountains as you can see & overlooking parts of Val d' Isere.
Located just behind The Croisette which is the main restaurant and shopping area. It is possible to ski from the hotel to the green run about 20m away, snow depending.
The rooms are small and basic but the food is hearty and plentiful.
The managers Kevin and Sue are undoubtedly the best I have encountered on my travels. Professional and efficient they run the Piolet like clockwork but there is still a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
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