Hotel in Aix-les-Bains, overlooking the Lac du Bourget, in Savoie

Location

L’Incomparable Hotel is in Tresserve, overlooking the town of Aix-les-Bains in Savoie. It looks out over the Lac du Bourget, offering stunning views.

Ideally located in a quiet area just minutes from the centre of Aix-les-Bains, enjoy a beautifully relaxing stay at L'Incomparable as you explore this famous spa town in Savoie; whether you visit in summer or winter, you’re sure to be impressed by the local sights and the outdoor activities on the lake, perfect for a romantic getaway or a holiday with friends or family in the Alps!

How to get here?

  • On the A6, follow signs for the A6/E15 towards Genève/Lyon/Chalon-sur-Saône/Beaune-Hospices,
  • Stay on the right and continue on the A46/E15, following signs for Marseille/Genève/Grenoble/Lyon-Est,
  • Continue on the A432 towards Genève/Grenoble,
  • Stay in the two right-hand lanes to join the A43,
  • >Continue on the A41,
  • Take exit 13 for Aix-les-Bains-Sud towards Aix-les-Bains-Sud/Drumettaz-Clarafond,
  • Continue on La Route de l’Echangeur and Le Chemin de la Laitière/D50A towards Chemin de Belledonne/D50 in Tresserve.

 

The train station in Aix-les-Bains is just a few minutes from L’Incomparable Hotel. It is served by Rhône-Alpes TER trains to and from Lyon Part-Dieu, Lyon Perrache, Annecy, Geneva, Valence, Evian, Grenoble and Chambéry.

The nearest airports to L’Incomparable Hotel are:

  • Chambéry-Savoie-Mont-Blanc Airport (8 km)
  • Geneva International Airport (75 km)
  • Grenoble Alpes Isère Airport (79 km)
  • Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport (93 km)

What to do in Aix-les-Bains and the Lac du Bourget 

Exploring Aix-les-Bains

Spa town

Ideally located just minutes from the centre of Aix-les-Bains and in beautifully lush surroundings, L'Incomparable Hotel is the ideal starting point from which to explore this charming place: the third largest spa town in France on the shore of the Lac du Bourget was a particularly popular destination during the Belle Epoque, renowned for its spas which continue to offer treatments today. Explore the town on foot, admiring the town’s elegant architecture and listed buildings which date back to this era, including the Grand-Cercle Casino, the Faure Museum, the Château de la Roche du Roi and several majestic hotels.

Aix-les-Bains Tourist Office

A town filled with art and history

A stay in Aix-les-Bains will appeal to anyone with an interest in history and culture.The town has plenty of remains from eras past, including the Arch of Campanus and the Roman baths, dating back to the Gallo-Roman era, and the archaeological and lapidary museum, built where the Temple of Diana once stood, home to Bronze Age finds.

The town hosts a wide range of cultural events at the Théâtre à l’Italienne in the Casino and the Théâtre de Verdure in the Parc Floral des Thermes. Aix-les-Bains and the Lac du Bourget also offer a varied musical programme, including the unmissable Nuits Romantiques in spring and the Musilac Festival in July.

Aix-en-Provence Tourist Office

The Lac du Bourget, the jewel of the Alps

Outdoor activities

The largest natural lake in France enjoys an incredible location in the heart of the Alps: visitors to the Lac du Bourget are amazed by its beautiful landscapes and the wide range of activities which are available all year round, perfect for a weekend break, a romantic getaway or a holiday with friends or family in Savoie. Skiing, winter sports, fishing, water sports (including sailing and kite surfing), hiking, mountain biking around the lake and in the mountains, air sports: there’s something for everyone in this unspoilt natural setting!

Relaxation and wellness

In the summer, the shores of the Lac du Bourget are the perfect setting for a relaxing day spent swimming with friends or family. Surrounded by majestic mountains, enjoy the fresh air and relaxed pace of life as you take the time to visit some of the lake’s 14 ports.

The art of fine dining

Fans of delicious cuisine will find plenty to savour in Savoie: enjoy typical local dishes including fondue, tartiflette and crozets and a wide range of France’s famous cheese, including Beaufort, Emmental, Tomme and Reblochon. Local products take pride of place here, including freshwater fish and cep and bolete mushrooms. Between bugne pastries and the gâteau de Savoie, there’s always a delicious dessert with which to round off your meal.

Diners can also treat themselves to Savoie wines from nearby vineyards – Marestel, Jongieux and Monthoux – which produce exceptional red and white wines, including world-renowned Chardonnay.