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route de Turini, 06450 La Bollene Vesubie France
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Welcome to Hotel Les Chamois, your La Bollene Vesubie “home away from home.” Hotel Les Chamois aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.

In addition, while staying at Hotel Les Chamois guests have access to 24 hour front desk and shops, and you can stay connected with free wifi. You can also enjoy an on-site restaurant while staying at Hotel Les Chamois. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Hotel Les Chamois.

If you’re looking for a French restaurant, consider a visit to L'Authion or Hotel Restaurant Les Chamois, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hotel Les Chamois.

Hotel Les Chamois puts the best of La Bollene Vesubie at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.

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Geri301 wrote a review Jul 2020
Marrakech, Morocco353 contributions141 helpful votes
We booked two rooms during our Alps trip. We arrived on site at 1930 and the hotel looked deserted and we could not get to the parking as it was completely blocked. We went in and were greeted by the owner who told us to park the biked where-ever we want and to hurry for dinner. We told him we'd like a beer and shower first but were told that dinner is only served until 2000 and we should have our showers after. We received the keys and then were told there is no hot water in the rooms, but he can open rooms in the attic where all the guests go to have a shower as those have electric heating and therefore hot water. Our rooms were pre-paid so we could not do much. The rooms are very run down and sketchy. Cleanliness is questionable. No hot water, broken tiles and door knobs, dark in the rooms and the beds are very uncomfortable. To real pillows available and only a thin blanket, which is far from enough even in the summer. I had the worse night in a long time. You feel like you do not want to touch anything in there. The stairs leading to the rooms are narrow and dark. The bar/restaurant area is crowded and full of garbage. Old pinballs, junk and even the owner's sport shoes are placed on a table. The garden is also full of junk, including used batteries lying on the ground. They do not sell snacks or anything, so if you miss the tight dinner schedule, good luck. The staff closes the hotel at 8pm and there is nothing to do. I am unsure how this so called hotel is still in business and how they got any of the decent reviews. I am usually realistic in providing opinion but there is hardly any positive I can think of here.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Response from michel ribelles, Owner at Hotel Les Chamois
Responded 22 Aug 2020
sorry sir ! we do what we can but you are to accostumed with palace and 5 stars ! try to mamounia or st moritz ! michel
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Petrus61 wrote a review Oct 2017
Nice, France2732 contributions378 helpful votes
We spent a couple of nights in this hotel located at the Venturi pass. The room was old looking and the bed mattress in a bad state. Although we had indicated on the door knob that we wanted our room clean it was not cleaned while we were away. Breakfast was OK (7€ per person). We had dinner once and this was OK (the restaurant has a unique flavor with the pinballs all over the place). Definitely not a hotel where we will go back.
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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TravelingCelt wrote a review Aug 2017
Groningen, The Netherlands1285 contributions223 helpful votes
I stayed in a standard room, since all the bigger ones were booked. However, it was a reasonable size. The decor is certainly not modern (all wood), but that is OK with me. I would have prefered the larger room with a better view (so I'll book earlier next time). The selection at dinner is limited, but the wild boat stew I choose was excellent. The depth of flavour was great. The so called wild boar I am often served in restaurants in the Netherlands is normally farmed and is 50% domestic pig: it really doesn't taste the same. Prices are amazingly reasonable. 47 Euro for a double room and the 3 course set menu is 19 Euros. So it makes an idea base to explore the beautiful scenery on the area. But I'd change a few things. My first course was a plate of mixed mountain charcuterie. The pate and jambon cru were both of good quality, but the sliced salami that came with it was a big disappointment: I was dreaming of the some of the wonderful dried sausage you get in this region. Now I realise that this is all done for a low price, but perhaps a delux charcuterie plate could be offered at a supplement. Secondly, we were staying there on my birthday and I'd have liked to celebrate with a good bottle of wine. The house red was pleasant, but perhaps a small selection of better bottles could also be offered.
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Date of stay: August 2017
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Response from muix, Propriétaire at Hotel Les Chamois
Responded 16 Aug 2017
thanck you Celt traveller ! be happy and see you again one of these days ! we love you Corinne Michel ...
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Şecman V wrote a review Jul 2017
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Like many others who travel, you want your nights to be as good as the days, when you visited, you`ve seen all the beauties and you`ve photographed all the landscapes and you`ve memorized all in your memory. Well our surprise was bigger when we arrived at hotel Les Chamois, because the family who runs the hotel, they are the nicest. They made us feel like home, they were joking with us, explained us a lot about the ideology of the hotel and of course a lots of stories about the Col de Turini and the WW II, witch was pretty nice. The food was excellent, and the wine there it`s awesome, the rooms are comfortable and some of them have an awesome panoramic view. We were lucky enough to get one with the awesome panoramic view. Overall, i`ll go there anytime i would have the opportunity. P.s. You have to try the wild boar... it`s the best.
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Date of stay: June 2017
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Cine S wrote a review Jun 2017
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Preety little restaurant with a lot of colectible items, the owners are really nice, the ambience makes you feel like home and the food is excelent. The rooms are big, simple but cozy. Big tv, and a beautiful view of the valley. Also peaceful and quiet that you can almost hear your thoughts, oh and another thing, if you are lucky you might see a few deers passing by the window.
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Travelled solo
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DoctorTechnical wrote a review Sep 2015
Marrakech, Morocco172 contributions122 helpful votes
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This place is still trapped in 1978. From dark wooden doors with 'no washing clothes or eating in the room' sign pinned to the door to the dubious wallpaper and power sockets that are scary as they are not really attached to the wall. Tiles missing in bathroom and shower is a rubber tubing affair attached to taps. It was a a shower a bit rubbish. A bit cold in the room as the radiator was not on. Saying that the set menu of wild boar was great, even found a hair in my dinner, it was a wild boar hair. So it was a local dish locally made. It has a restaurant with old pinball machines in it although they were not turned on and a bit dusty, and lots of motorcycle and rally things. If you were travelling on bikes or as a group I am sure the rough and ready hotel would be fine, at the price. The beds are clean but small with sheets and blankets and the staff are friendly. It a shabby and lacking the chic. Brilliant mountainous roads used to get there from Nice.
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Date of stay: September 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from muix, Manager at Hotel Les Chamois
Responded 18 Feb 2016
we are not good enough for you: too rustical ! sorry .... ....but why you not show and tell us all the problems you find ? cold in your room in september ??? hair in the boar ? lol ! next time chose an hôtel in st Moritz or Courchevel or may be in Gstaad ....it will be the best choice for you .....dear doctor ....
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adrien913 wrote a review Apr 2015
London, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
Great value for money, a quirky dining room full of motorsport and US 50s-related memorabilia, very nice owners with good knowledge of the region and generous with tips and advice. And free wifi. I would come back.
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Date of stay: April 2015
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Silvia M wrote a review Aug 2014
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I booked the room on basis of the good recommendations ... I don't know what rooms these people had, but it was certainly not mine. It started already with the reception from which the smell of the last 40 years accompanies you to the first floor. In my room different tiles on the floor (more or less with cracks). Damaged door to WC. In the bathroom the platter/paint comes of the ceiling. No shower bar; water output from the shower head is a lot better when you screw the thing of. In the room the mattress was comfortable but the bed cover with stains. Wallpaper (really the french style, different types and dark) on the wall could be original with stains and damages. Well there is a brand new and huge TV screen ... but the owner should better invest in a renovation of the room. Nothing matches, everything old and more or less rotten ... this room just makes you wish to get out of there as quickly as ... and to never return. For less than this price I had a newly renovated modern room in a beautiful old mansion in Italy. And for just 4 Euros more I stayed at a simple but modern room with private access to the sea next to Toulon. This place is way to expensive for what you get. The owner was quite friendly in the beginning and helpful with the internet connection problems ... but when he heard my disappointment of the place his mood started to change
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Date of stay: August 2014
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flaneurabouttown wrote a review Jul 2014
London, United Kingdom65 contributions29 helpful votes
We enjoyed our stay in this friendly and quirky hotel. It's not luxuary buy any means, but is welcoming and fun. On the practical side, there is storage for bicycles. Our room had a balcony with a lovely view of the Alps. There's plenty in the restaurant/bar for lovers of the quirky: rally signs, pin ball machines, fruit machines, a working juke box, and a stuffed boar's head sporting a trilby. The food was certainly enough for hungry cyclists, and was accompanied by some excellent post meal magic from one of the staff (not guaranteed to happen every night). There's a nice terrace too. Perfect for the first, or last, cycling stop on the Route des Grandes Alpes.
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Date of stay: July 2014
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Some of the rooms have great views out over the Alps.
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Kelvyn1967 wrote a review Sep 2013
Kings Hill6 contributions7 helpful votes
This is a great little hotel we stayed at for the night on a motorcycle trip down to Monte-Carlo. The couple who run the hotel are very welcoming, the restaurant was superb, food delicious and very reasonable, rooms are just fine, OK not modern but comfortable and do a great job. It was a perfect place to spend an evening with the restaurant come bar area with pin ball machines (collectors items) juke box and bar. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
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Date of stay: August 2013Trip type: Travelled with friends
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US$54 - US$60 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
FranceProvence-Alpes-Cote d'AzurFrench Riviera - Cote d'AzurLa Bollene Vesubie
NUMBER OF ROOMS
15
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Les Chamois
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Les Chamois?
Nearby attractions include Notre Dame de la Menour (6.8 km), L'Echoppe du Pays (7.6 km), and Glaciere du Seuillet (1.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Les Chamois?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Les Chamois?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Les Chamois?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Les Chamois?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Provencal, Lou Gust, and Le Rdv vesubien.
Are pets allowed at Hotel Les Chamois?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Les Chamois?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Fort Saint Roch (12.1 km) and Agaisen (12.0 km).
Does Hotel Les Chamois have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.