Why should I choose a hotel in Chasse-sur-Rhône?
Positioned close to Lyon, and with excellent transport links, Chasse-sur-Rhône is one of the most important business centres in the region. The rustic agricultural landscape that surrounds the town provides a calm backdrop to the bustling activity here, whilst your Chasse-sur-Rhône hotel offers you a peaceful retreat for your business trip.
What is Chasse-sur-Rhône known for?
Chasse-sur-Rhône takes its name from the Gallic 'cassanos', meaning 'oak'. This is combined with a reference to the Rhône River, on which the town is positioned. The oak grown in the region is used for the oak casks in which local wine continues to be stored. Such storage method is said to give the wine produced in the temperate Rhône valley the rounded flavour that makes it a favourite the world over.
What should I expect near my hotel in Chasse-sur-Rhône?
Positioned at the junction of a number of major transport routes through France, Chasse-sur-Rhône is a highly accessible and yet calm town that sits on the banks of the Rhône River. The number of enterprises based here has been climbing steeply over the past decade, with the majority being service companies. Of these, around half are business to business enterprises. This has created a dynamic atmosphere in which to do business, characterised by a variety of networking events and lectures to keep you engaged and informed about business in the region. When it comes to events, superb modern facilities can be found at the Town Hall as well as a number of other venues. Commute to and from Chasse-sur-Rhône, with ease as Lyon–Saint-Exupéry Airport is a mere 30 minute drive away, whilst Lyon city centre can be reached by train in 15 minutes.
What will I find near to my Chasse-sur-Rhône hotel?
Chasse Sud offers excellent shopping and leisure opportunities, including an indoor sports and leisure centre and cinema. The Thursday morning market is great, lively location for sourcing locally-grown produce as well as handmade crafts and souvenirs. Chasse-sur-Rhône is also known for its traditional 'Joust' event, which dates back to medieval times but is practised to this day. If you have a little more time, it is well worth making the 20-minute drive to nearby Vienne, where you'll find a wealth of historical sites including a medieval castle, a Gothic Cathedral and a stunning Roman temple.