We believe that, unlike an à la carte solution, a full-service management system is the only way to ensure across-the-board quality control of all aspects of a rental, to get to know your property inside out, and be able to handle any issue that may come up during a stay.
Listed as a tourist site since 1924, Grenoble is considered to be the cultural, historical and industrial capital of the French Alps.
The City is one of France’s leading centers of excellence for research and industry, with companies and organizations such as the CNRS (scientific research), POMA, ST Micro, Schneider, Rossignol and Airstar, among others.Business tourism is also a rapidly growing sector.
Grenoble, which hosted the 1968 Olympic Games, is surrounded by four main mountain ranges (Vercors, Belledonne, Chartreuse, Oisans), which can be easily accessed thanks to the many infrastructures that have continued to be developed.
In terms of culture, Grenoble has no cause to be envious of its big cousin, the Rhône (Lyons) with events and attractions such as:
- The “Cabaret Frappé”: and its 60,000 visitors
- The Grenoble Museum (256,000 visitors/year)
- The Bastille cable railway (327,000 visitors/year) is the most popular historical heritage site in the Isère region
- Le Museum of Natural History (65,000 visitors/year)
The annual occupancy rate in Grenoble is close to 70 %.
The leisure occupancy rate rises sharply during the Christmas holidays, the February winter vacation period, in June and July, and during special events such as the “Cabaret Frappé” and the Tour de France.
A far as business tourism goes, the occupancy rate remains stable over the year, with a slight dip during the month of August.
The tourists’ (business/leisure) most sought-after neighbourhoods for short-term rentals are:
The City-Center, Championnet, Europole, Antiquaires, Saint-Laurent, l'Ile Verte.
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