Mercure Chamonix Centre
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room
- Babysitting service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Chamonix Centre
Located right next to the railway station, the hotel is well located, and within walking distances to nursery ski slopes for lessons. Very accessible to the rest of the Chamonix ski slopes by bus.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Mercure Chamonix Centre
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... version, has only 13k's on the clock when we picked it up. Back to Chamonix and we popped down to watch the Climbing World Cup. We were drinking a beer, sitting in the square and life was pretty grand. Check out the guy hanging on the Zlagboard. This was attracting all the macho-men. We returned after dinner went to watch the final. Who would have thought climbing would have been so exhilarating. Birthday in the Family tomorrow. ...
... t as jaw dropping gorgeous as many of the other days but there were several nice views. Tomorrow is the last pass on our journey and will drop is back into France. My legs and feet are sore and tired today! Hopefully they can muster one more pass! Julie is tough and is going strong. We have four more hiking days and then a few days to relax in Chamonix before heading ...
We headed to our new "ski shop" with a Swedish guy (Rob), Scottish Chap (Dave) and an Ozzie! We were all kitted out and I'm particularly fond of my new boots. The sales are on everywhere for ski gear, so with took advantage of the season. Because the shop is called "Namaste", Paul gave Rob a NZ $5 note and showed ...
There are many things the French do exceptionally well. They embrace art and culture like no one else, the produce (and savour) some of the best wine and cheese in the world, and of course they smoke like they invented it as a mandatory fashion. I’m not a great fan of smoking but we sat outside a local café a ...
We did a morning of "not much" eg: took the rubbish out. Rubbish is not collected for us and you take it to a communal large rubbish bin. Then a walk to our local (very basic) Supermarket. With lunch in hand we drove through the Mont Blanc Tunnel to Italy. The tunnel is 11k's long and a marvel of engineering. We ended up in Aosta and sat in a roundabout which was around a Roman Monument. Heading back, we went to the local swimming pool ...