Hotels Near Anticafe In Lyon
0.02km from AnticafeI stayed in this hotel twice in August and was very impressed. It is in an excellent central location yet it was quiet once inside. Rooms were clean, comfortable, well designed and furnished to a high quality. I left something behind me on first occasion and the staff were very helpful-responding straight away to emails and assuring me my stuff would be looked after which it was!
0.25km from AnticafeLocated in Lyon, Host inn Lyon - Appartement de Luxe aux Terreaux offers self-catering accommodation with free WiFi. The apartment is 100 metres from the Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon.Place des Terreaux is 100 metres from Host inn Lyon - Appartement de Luxe, while Opera National de Lyon is 300 metres from the property. Lyon - Saint Exupery Airport is 20 km away.
Very Good12 Reviews
0.34km from AnticafeIt was better than I expect!!! I am completely surprised of it's lovely lobby and room interior. Plus the free daily bottled water, the provided Kettle and lovely breakfast buffet. The room smells so good. When booking, ask the 5th high floor since it got a great view of the Basilica especially at night since it is lighted. More than 2 nights stay you will get a nice gift. The hotel is 10 minutes leisurely walk to Bellecour and good walk to the modern cable pedestrian bridge that leads to other side of the river where another Old Town exist and train that goes up to the Basilica Notre Dame. The reception staff Cecilia who is so awesome in answering all our questions, giving us good tips and even booking a taxi for us. Attached is her photo with my wife. Kudos also to Clara who is so helpful and went extra mile in looking out for our taxi since it was Sunday when we check out and all roads are closed. Kudos too to Chloe (not sure if I remember her name correctly but I know she wore braces) who help us made a hardcopy of our train ticket and also Sun Yi who handed the gift to us since we stay more than 2 nights.Show less
0.54km from AnticafeThe hotel is very well-located within easy walking distance to most of the sights and the Old Town. The front desk staff are friendly and genuine, in fact they were some of the most helpful we've encountered in France. The hotel feels modern with a young vibe. The eco-friendly concept is pretty cool and they have some unique features like the all-day snack bar, which we enjoyed very much. Room is quite simple and basic, and probably our least favourite thing about this hotel. The bed is comfy and wifi is fast - but that's about it. We didn't like the bathroom design (you can see through the toilet - no privacy at all) and it is very small. They avoid providing excessive plastic bottle toiletries (which is great) but to be honest it felt a bit too minimal. Also, we noticed wear and tear in many nooks and corners throughout the room (the toilet was leaky and made a lot of noise) and in the corridor...as well as places/things that look not very well-cleaned (e.g. the hairdryer is covered in fingerprints and dust). Given the current Covid-19 situation in France, that is not ideal. I'd expect a 4 star hotel to be almost "squeaky" clean (even if things are not brand new). Good spread at breakfast - it's not an indulgent buffet but there are good quality items, and the staff strive to replenish as quickly as possible when things run out. Overall it's a nice stay but there are some areas of improvement. We'd consider to return but only if we find a good rate.
Very Good36 Reviews
0.55km from AnticafeNice sleeping, perfect location, high quality room. We enjoyed the stay in Lyon and the hotel made it better. It is located in the middle of the city, easily to visit everything just walking. Full services for kitchen and bathroom.
0.56km from AnticafeHaving recently returned from our trip to Lyon with a group of friends and staying at Phoenix hotel I would like to share our experience at the hotel. The hotel was generally ok and so were the rooms. Our issues were mostly with the staff and other functional things such as AC in rooms and WiFi. . Upon our arrival, 4 ladies and 4 young girls, there were two people at the reception and neither one of them looked up to greet us or check us in the rooms until we asked them to. Again no further assistance or greeting! This happened to our other friends who also checked in later on in the day. The breakfast was very poor in selection and quality and dining area was closed at 10am. Our younger girls would leave early in the mornings and us ladies would stay for a coffee. The staff in the dining area were unsmiling and very rude, never said good morning to us and gave us bad looks until we would leave. One morning, way before closing time, they started picking up the breakfast buffet and literally took away the oranges and machine while my friend was making juice! The waitress went to complain to the reception manager of the time, who came to ask us to leave and we got into an argument! They also turned off the WiFi so we wouldn’t have connection, even though that was a problem throughout our stay. The hotel manager was not there that day but the next morning when she was, the waitresses all said good morning to us. The only staff members that were a bit more helpful were the men. This whole situation made our stay very uncomfortable and tiring! I don’t think that this is a way to treat guests, especially ones with young kids, who don’t know French and would appreciate more assistance...that we never got!!
0.58km from AnticafePurposefully hardening back to earlier times, of junior high school days and friends, games and books, with “lockers” in one’s room, the College Hotel in Vieille Lyon is actually rather charming. Best of all is it’s location, a short walking distance from restaurants, shops, and sights. The rooms are pleasant but small, with limited storage. Decor is rather starkly white and simple, again like a boarding school one just moved in to and didn’t “personalize” yet. The coffee pot isn’t a coffee pot at all, but it is an electric kettle, with a couple small packets of instant coffee and tea not always replenished when the room is made up. Breakfast is available downstairs, in a lovely room off the lobby, and there is a terrace where you can sit and eat if you buy a take-out for lunch or dinner. Courteous staff are always happy to assist. The location is what really sells this hotel. The rest is fairly average. Some things to consider: If you are mobility impaired, make sure you ask about the bath/shower size—ours was all-in-one, almost a jacuzzi size, but was deep (the rim several inches above my knee when standing next to the tub) and difficult to get in and out of even without mobility issues. The location is perfect if you don’t have walking issues. If you have problems with cobbles, uneven streets, need a walker or wheelchair, you may want to stay in a different area of Lyon. When walking around the old town, flats or tennis type shoes are in order— heels are not!
0.58km from AnticafeThe location of the hotel is really good. Downstairs is Sephora opposite Paris Spring, and then White Apple Square, but the hotel rooms are really too small, and then there is no bathtub. The hotel I booked was very expensive because at the time It ’s the Lyon Festival of Lights, so it ’s very expensive. It ’s usually not that expensive. If you judge this hotel by its value, it ’s not worth it. I think its value should be around 1,000 yuan. Simple is rude, because breakfast is not so good, but there are few juices that are not freshly squeezed for tea, and you have to make your own tea in bags. The hotel does not have any service at the front desk to check in, and it is not very fast, but it is generally okay. It is not worth 1,000 yuan or more for 1,000 yuan, thank you!
0.59km from AnticafeLovely hotel located in the old town of Lyon (Vieux Lyon). I stayed here for 2 nights and was very happy with everything. CHECK IN: I booked via Booking.com and my confirmation said that because of the time and day of my arrival (after 10pm on a Sunday), the reception will be closed. In such cases, the hotel has an agreement with the College Hotel across the road so I had to check in and get my keys there, which was totally fine. I was given a key to the door to the left of the reception (not the main door) and a key for my room. THE ROOM: very comfortable and clean. I was in room 221. Note that there is no lift in the hotel and there is a round staircase to go up so careful if you have large baggage, but it's not a big deal really so not to worry. In my room, I had a double bed, a TV, a small table and a chair, and a toilet and shower in the bathroom. My window was facing a quiet street, which was lovely. The bathroom had a good small hairdryer provided (I had my own packed with me just in case but did not need it in the end). The room gets serviced so I got clean bed linen and towels. There is no kettle, fridge or cooker in my room but I did not really need those. LOCATION: the old town has plenty of shops as well as cafes and restaurants. There is a small local shop right outside the hotel so you can buy some basic foods and snacks if you wish. The hotel is also very near a Metro station which takes you to the city centre. There is also a funicular at the same station that will take you up to the hill from where you can see the entire city and the Alps. WIFI: sign in is instructed upon check in. You just use your room number and a given password. Signal was excellent. Overall, highly recommend this place if you wish to explore Lyon :) It's decently priced and in a convenient and beautiful location.
0.59km from AnticafeThe location of the hotel is an advantage. It is a 3-minute walk from Hermès, Louis Vuitton and the commercial pedestrian street. It is a 5-minute walk from the Bellecour metro station and a 10-minute walk to the art gallery. The hotel's internal facilities are relatively new and the rooms are not too small in France. The disadvantage is that the room is not soundproof, and the quarrel can be heard clearly. The soundproofing is a problem shared by many hotels in Europe. The front desk service has a lady who is more professional. The other man was more indifferent. When I checked in, he simply looked at the computer and said that he didn't find my reservation. Then he didn't care about it. It means you are free. Finally, another lady helped to check, and finally Ctrip quickly contacted the hotel to resolve.
0.62km from AnticafeI stayed here for 2 nights. My partner and I in one room and my sister and her kids in another room. Upon arrival, my Accor status had not been acknowledged and we did not recieve our drink vouchers. After chasing this with reception, they updated the booking, issued the voucher and said maybe it was the way that I had booked it. I booked the same way I always do, logged in through the Accor website. All other Accor hotels do not have this issue with my bookings. The lack of acknowledgement is really poor and shows they don't really care about Accor's loyalty program. Both my sisters and my room were disabled access rooms, which meant they were not as well furnished or as comfortable as a normal room. I am not sure why we were both issued disabled rooms as we didn't request this. Our rooms had tiny windows and no view. Really depressing. Breakfast was ok, though much lower standard and offering to other Mercure's we had stayed in. The only thing going for this hotel was its location next to the main shopping plaza. I stayed at the Mecure Beux Arts in Lyon last time I was there and that is worlds apart from the Mercure Centre Plaza. On my next trip to Lyon, I will stay elsewhere as you can do much better for the cost of this hotel.
Very Good10 Reviews
0.62km from AnticafeThis is a reasonably priced hotel perfectly located between Vieux Lyon and the bar district at Presqu'ile. The rooms are small but there is everything one needs for a comfortable stay - good internet connection, comfortable bed and a shower that works well. The front desk staff is very personable and speaks reasonably well english. We had trouble with our rental car and Evan from the front desk really made a difference by helping us out calling the car company several times on our behalf to get assistance. I would definitely stay at this hotel again.
Hotels Near Anticafe In Lyon Review
3rd arr.La Part-Dieu
It was learned that Lyon’s old town was very difficult to park, and it was specifically designed as a landmark hotel in the new city. This hotel can be seen from afar, but it is not easy to find the hotel entrance and parking lot by car. Because the nearby road is under construction, it took three laps to find the hotel's small entrance. The parking lot is large, 25 euros a day. The hotel lobby is on the 32nd floor and the room is above the 33rd floor. The view is good and has its own characteristics. The room is small, it is fan-shaped, and two adults with a child sleep very crowded. The sanitation is very good, quiet, carpeted, not ventilated, the shower floor is a bit slippery, there is no place to dry clothes. The hotel has a restaurant, dinner is good, service is good. There is no bustling old town nearby, and there is a large public car park next to the food city not far from the hotel.
3rd arr.La Part-Dieu
If you know me personally or meet me even in passing, you will learn that as a traveller there is absolutely nothing more that I love to do than give positive and raving reviews to my peers, family, colleagues and even my students. I find joy in the littlest of things and I love to give local businesses the support and ratings they truly deserve. Unfortunately for the first time, based on my experience at this hotel I have to offer otherwise. Please note, that if you are someone of colour, a couple of the receptionists will choose to NOT greet you despite your politeness. I almost felt as if I wasn’t welcome. It’s important to note that I currently live in France, and have been an expat professor in various countries including in Vietnam. Never have I ever received this reception in hospitality, and during my tenure in France I have never left a bad comment. Yet, during my stay I was truly disappointed and unfortunately appalled. This was particularly from a full time working receptionist named Marie who I would greet each day and would barely even follow up french étiquette by simply responding a “bonjour” or “bonsoir” even after I initiate. The hotel room space itself was nice, and the service I received across in Lyon in restaurants and stores whether big or small was amazing and friendly. But I must say the service at this hotel did not match at all for me. Yes, I’m sure there are others that didn’t have the same reception or level of service. I thought the same as I browsed through the lovely comments here, which in fact also encouraged me to book in the first place. But unfortunately I have to say despite my professionalism, my decorum, and overall politeness, they felt it was best not to send this energy or treatment my way. Highly disappointing and honestly hurtful to say the least to be on the receiving end of this. Hopefully I’ll still be able to see this comment in a few months, that way I will know that the hotel does indeed have some integrity and is striving to better this issue. To those reading please note that Although you have one experience it doesn’t mean that others are treated in a manner similar to you, unfortunately - which is sad to say.
6th arr.Parc de la Tête d'Or / Cité Internationale
The hotel is very well-located within easy walking distance to most of the sights and the Old Town. The front desk staff are friendly and genuine, in fact they were some of the most helpful we've encountered in France. The hotel feels modern with a young vibe. The eco-friendly concept is pretty cool and they have some unique features like the all-day snack bar, which we enjoyed very much. Room is quite simple and basic, and probably our least favourite thing about this hotel. The bed is comfy and wifi is fast - but that's about it. We didn't like the bathroom design (you can see through the toilet - no privacy at all) and it is very small. They avoid providing excessive plastic bottle toiletries (which is great) but to be honest it felt a bit too minimal. Also, we noticed wear and tear in many nooks and corners throughout the room (the toilet was leaky and made a lot of noise) and in the corridor...as well as places/things that look not very well-cleaned (e.g. the hairdryer is covered in fingerprints and dust). Given the current Covid-19 situation in France, that is not ideal. I'd expect a 4 star hotel to be almost "squeaky" clean (even if things are not brand new). Good spread at breakfast - it's not an indulgent buffet but there are good quality items, and the staff strive to replenish as quickly as possible when things run out. Overall it's a nice stay but there are some areas of improvement. We'd consider to return but only if we find a good rate.
7th arr. Gerland
Location is not as convenient compared to Gare Depart Dieu but it’s far cheaper. Checkin was fine, receptionist opened the garage for us since we booked for a parking spot. My husband asked one of the staff at the front desk to contact the hospital on his behalf, he was extremely kind and helpful, spent a lot of time waiting on the phone and got all the necessary information for my husband. The hotel is only two years old so everything is still new, clean and functional. The entrance to the garage has VERY tight corner. Got upgraded to a family room & it is very spacious. Stayed for one night before flying out and it was fine.
2nd arr.La Presqu'ile
We spent a week here in November on a romantic getaway. We had chosen this hotel due to the pool and the fact that the hotel was brand new. After the first 3 days, I was actually looking at other hotels and thought about counting my losses and moving somewhere else (had booked a nonrefundable rate), but after a few days we decided to stay, and this was only due to one thing. A new general manager had arrived, and we felt that things started to improve. I am sure he will be able to make this hotel a great hotel, but I would wait to stay there for a few months until he has had the time to work his magic. Even though I feel the bad points will be improved, as we felt our points were heard, there are some problems I will need to mention if you have plans to stay here for the next few months. The breakfast – a clear disaster. They have a small buffet with lots of cakes. I know this is normal in Italy and this is an italian hotel, so this is what it is, but why the small dried out cheese tray with micro sized pieces that dries out in no time? The “hot” items you have to order. A great idea, that often at other places is executed to perfection, but here was a joke. The plates are not heated, and therefore the eggs are almost cold when served- But this is not the worst part. The breakfast chef simply can’t cook or don’t care at all. I had pancakes the first couple of days, the first morning they came out cold, not cold like they had been warm at one point, but refrigerator cold like 5c. Soo this this tells me 2 things – 1: A 5-star hotel that does not make the breakfast fresh? 2: Who in their right mind serves pancakes cold? The second day I had the Parma Ham with toast. The toast was not only the cheapest toast from a bag but I got the end part, which normally would be thrown away, furthermore the ham was cut in so trick slices that they were almost inedible. 3. day – I decided to try the pancakes once more. This time I thought I was on top og things and asked them beforehand to be served warm. Guess again – yes they came out stone cold. I then asked them to be heated. After a few minutes they came out again. This time the top one was somewhat heated, the bottom ones not. At this point with my husband sitting with his also cold eggs and cheap toast that came with his plate. We felt like we were at a cheap AI-Package holiday in Benidorm. The next days I opted for the buffet alone and the last day – even though we had breakfast included we decided to eat out. This is just bad business. Due to this we decided not to use any of the food outlets like room service or the inhouse restaurant. Why should I throw good money after bad? We had a drink one night, but for 20. euros pr drink I expect not to have to ask for a nibble to go with it. When you pay 20 euro there are some expectations on how it is served and what to expect to go with it. And the pricelist were just some laminated papers pieced together with a pin, more suited
2nd arr.La Presqu'ile
This hotel is a 5 minute walk from Lyon Perrache station, conveniently located between the new Lyon and the old town. The rooms are very well presented and even though we overlooked the street we had no issues with noise. The Bathroom is spacious and comes complete with toiletries, fresh towels daily and everything you will need for a short stay. The toilet is separate from the bathroom. There are coffee and tea making facilities plus complimentary bottles of water. Breakfast is adequate and varied, there was no shortage of anything. However what makes this hotel is the staff, so passionate about the town they will take time to show you where to go on the map, give advice on best times and places to avoid. They will recommend restaurants, exhibitions and museums. Fabulous front of house staff.
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