We spent 2 nights in this very pleasant hotel. Welcome from the arrival. The déco is original, retro style. We had a room at the last floor and the beautiful surprise was to discover that she had a small room with a Nespresso machine and especially a large terrace with sofa and chair to rest there. The nights were very calm because we weren't on the street side. The litter is good. Breakfast takes place in the ground floor and we are welcomed by a nice young girl who shows us the sugar buffet and the salt buffet. The hotel is very comfortable and the hotel is very comfortable and very comfortable. We were to the metro Massena which is about 5 minutes walk and we visited Lyon in the metro or walking distance. 12 minutes from the old Lyon metro hotel. We will come back to sure !
Built in 1911 in an Art Nouveau style, the Mercure Lyon Centre Brotteaux hotel is located in Lyons city center, a 10-minute walk from the Part Dieu station, 7 minutes by trolley-bus from the convention center, 547 yds. (500m) from the Parc de la Tete d'Or and 10 minutes by metro from Old Lyons. You'll love its fantastic transport links (Brotteaux metro, bus, Vélov bicycle rental), which make it an ideal starting point for business and leisure stays. Our 59 modern rooms have A/C and free WIFI.
Within a short walk of the TGV station. The hotel and our bedroom was very clean with comfortable bed and ensuite bathroom. The room was a little on the small side but it is a city centre hotel and it was still ideal for our services. Excellent breakfast but with our deal it was at a small extra cost. The staff we dealt with were very courteous and dealt with any request quickly from suggest several places to eat from advising a quick walk after a day travel.
Hôtel Tête d'or is a 2-star hotel in the 6th district in the centre of Lyon offering comfortable accommodation, just an 8-minute walk from the Tête d’Or Park. It is situated 1.7 km from La Part Dieu Train Station. Accessed by a 2-person lift, guest rooms at Hôtel Tête d'or are fitted with a large double bed and equipped with free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV. Each room features a private bathroom with free toiletries and a hairdryer. A shared living-room with a library is at guests' disposal. There are many restaurants and cafés within 500 metres of the Hôtel Tête d'or, and a buffet breakfast composed of local jams, cheeses and fresh fruits is served every morning in the breakfast room. Full, high-speed internet access is available at an additional cost. There is a 24-hour reception in the hotel, and the Cité Internationale is just a 5-minute drive away. Lyon Part-Dieu train station is a 20-minutes walk from the hotel.
We have not eaten in the building, only staying. We have parked in the underground garage for payment. Spacious rooms. To remove the absolutely unhygienic beds. The area is not beautiful although it is near the centre of Lyon. It is recommended to move only in car. There are traders every hour of the day and night in the garage of the hotel that act uninterruptedly. They have not approached and talked to us but the presence is not acceptable.
The Hotel is centrally situated just outside the Old City with easy access via public transport, Metro (Underground) Trams and buses within easy walking distance. The room my wife and I occupied was on the fifth floor at the front of the building over looking the Rue de Seze with a good flow of one way traffic, I must add that there was no noise polution to disturb a very comfortable night's sleep. In the morning we were able to enjoy a very continental breakfast, served with a range of freshly squeezed orange juice and other fruit drinks from self service jars. Scrambled eggs, yes scrambled eggs and sausages or if you preferred a lovely range of cold meats, cereals, yogurts and needless to say fresh breakfast pastries and bread all washed down with your choice of teas or coffees. You are spoilt for choice where to eat at night. Opposite the hotel we treated ourselves to a wonderful Lyon foodie experience at the Jean Moulin Restaurant. I'll write a further review about the restaurant safe to say worth a visit. Further down the Rue de Seze another excellent I'm not too sure of the name but 'Gout' (Taste) is in the name. Overall experience of the hotel, in my view excellent.
The station and the largest shopping center in Lyon are also nearby, so it's convenient. Easy access from Lyon Airport. The guest rooms are on the upper floors and have a good view.
The service is also perfect.
Breakfast is also rich and delicious (the view from the restaurant where you have breakfast is the best!).
Really very clean, very good, very satisfied. Close to the train station, everything is very convenient, there is a bus, there is a light rail and there is a super large shopping mall near the subway. Living alone is really enough, so I highly recommend this hotel.
Au Patio Morand is a 15-minute walk from Lyon’s Tete d’Or Park and 250 metres from the Foche Metro stop. The hotel is set around a flowered patio. Rooms at the Morand have free WiFi, a private bathroom and a plasma-screen TV with satellite channels. Some of the rooms have air conditioning. A breakfast buffet is served daily and includes pastries, fruit salad, eggs, ham, cheese and yogurts. Guests can also enjoy their meal on the patio during the summer. The Patio Morand also provides a 24-hour reception and free newspapers. The Morand is a 10-minute walk from the Les Halles Paul Bocuse Tramway stop and 1.5 km from Lyon’s Part-Dieu Train Station. The Place Bellecour and Old Lyon are 2 km away.
It is best to give the map at the same time, as well as how to get to the hotel by public transport from the Central Railway Station, so that you can travel freely by train. In addition, the map given by the hotel is not very clear. In short, this hotel in Lyon is still good.
Hôtel Taggât is located in the centre of Lyon on a quiet tree-lined square, 200 m from Foch metro station. It is 2 km from Lyon Part-Dieu Train Station. Free Wi-Fi is available. The hotel’s rooms are en suite and equipped with telephones and TVs. Guests can relax in the lounge area. The reception is open 24/7. Hôtel Taggât is situated 1 km from the Tête d’Or Park, Opera National de Lyon and the Museum of Fine Arts, while Place Bellecour and the Congress Centre are 2 km away.
I had the misfortune to stay at this hotel for one night in May 2022 with my mom. At the arrival the receptionist is very nice, aknowledging the fact that we had already paid for the stay through a deal on booking. As the room was not ready yet, we leave for the city centre and as we come back in the afternoon, two other guys at the reception, barely speaking any English or French, hint that we had to pay for the stay. Somehow we manage to be understood and we only have to pay for the ”tax de sejour”. Let's speak about the rooms - I understand that this is an extremely basic hotel, but for the price paid one would at least expect a decent room. Well, this is definitely NOT the case. Rooms are tiny - literally. No hooks to hang clothes, no bathroom shelf, leaving the nice option to leave all your toiletries on the floor. The towels are two tiny towels that might be used to dry your mouth (maybe) after cleaning your teeth - hoping that the sink is not clogged and not fixed (as it was four our case, even after having promptly informed the reception). The TV has NO other channels if not French speaking - I understand we're in France, but haven't you heard of satellite? The AC does not refresh this tiny hole, and even in May, we had to sleep with our windows open not to suffocate What else to say if not: save your money and go else where, for that rate you can absolutely get better accomodation
Clean hotel, looks quite new, well cared for. Kind staff, quiet place, well connected by car and not far from train station. Room are soundproof, clean and spacious. Comfortable bed. good bathroom. Breakfast buffet quite acceptable, but surprisingly without cheese in the country of the best cheese.
The hotel is located in the heart of Lyon, just a 5 minute walk from the central square and shopping streets. There are a variety of specialty shops in the shopping street, big-name luxury jewelry and ZARA, HM, etc., although not comparable to the Paris store, the goods are all, but the basic models are available to meet the basic shopping needs. The most acclaimed hotel is the breakfast, on the top floor of the hotel, with a view of the Rhone River through the floor-to-ceiling windows. The breakfast is extremely rich, because it is the holiday season, breakfast is delayed until 11 o'clock, you can rest assured that you can take a nap and slowly enjoy a fine brunch.
The room is small but not small in Europe, clean, and the reception is very good, the main location is too good, right next to the Perrache station (to go to the exit), very close to the old town, just a few minutes to the Rhone river ,satisfaction.
The location of the hotel is very good. It is about 10 minutes walk from the train station and 10 minutes from the shopping spots on the other side of the river. Life is convenient, there is an Uexpress supermarket downstairs, you can buy fruits, yogurt, super delicious. Must be freshly squeezed juice, cheap and delicious! The room is not big, but each double bed is 1.5 meters wide. It is no problem for two people to sleep on the same bed. It is a good news for families with children. The room is very clean. Although it is not very high-end, it is not bad.
Location-wise I'm not sure - it really depends on what you are in Lyon for probably. Should be easy enough to get into the city center, though for a tourist I would probably only choose this place because of price as it's not really in the center. This looks like a bit of an older Mercure - at least the rooms - but nothing could be faulted on the service. Very nice people at check-in / check-out. Seemed like a noisy hotel downstairs in the lobby every time (people having a good time I'm sure) but it was quiet enough in the room. The room was quite nice too, bit of a special layout but I like that. Good bed, good wifi, good enough bathroom. Would I go back? If I had to be near it, definitely would. Though it wasn't so exceptional that I wouldn't also look at other places before deciding :)
Express hotel, a few minutes to the train station, especially convenient, very good service. We went to Switzerland to take a train to Lyon in Lyon, and stayed back and forth twice, a very affordable hotel.
Given an upgrade when we arrived and what can I can about the room about the room-wow!! I have stayed in some fantastic hotels and this one rates along with these. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The breakfast was very good with plenty of choice. Shame it was only an overnight stay as I would certainly recommend this hotel
We chose the hotel for our 3-day stay in Lyon as the location was close to the train station (5 minutes by tram to Liberté), and allowed easy transit and walking access to other popular spots in the city. The Junior Suite provided great views of the Fourvière Basilica (especially at night). The room was equipped with a small fridge that we used to chill our wine and treats. The neighbourhood was surprisingly quiet. We had a great time in Lyon, and would stay at this hotel again.
The best thing is to have free parking spaces, which are really rare in the city, but the parking spaces are first come first served. If you arrive in the evening, it is basically impossible, and it is recommended to stop the car and don't drive. It is not convenient to drive in the city.
The room is small and the design is not very reasonable. The 7-day standard is still equipped with a sink in the corridor. It is better to use the space in the area near the bed.
The service is reduced because there is always no one at the front desk. I want to check out twice and can't find anyone. I really don't want to take the time to put the key at the front desk.
The location is convenient, next to the literary and art neighborhood, in fact, the feeling of the cement forest, in a building and patio that is abandoned and actually lives, there are many graffiti, standing in the parking lot can see the river opposite.
1, ibis standard room, small and tidy, except for the towel hand soap, there is no hotel linen; 2, go left and turn left a few steps from the train station, the train station has starbucks / bakery, etc., through the train station hall is Lyon's Galeries Lafayette and Carrefour and other malls, but this Lafayette is a low match in Paris, in short, easy to eat and drink; 3, walk to the ancient city for about 40 minutes, you can also stroll; 4, parking fee 15 euros per night, originally 30 euros live Shop guests can make a 50% discount; 5, the hair dryer can be borrowed at the front desk for 10 euros, and the deposit is refunded when checkout; 6. The hotel is quite chaotic, armed with guns and various shackles.
Very good hotel in the centre of Lyon, spacious and clean room with bathroom with large bathroom, separate from toilet (ideal when you are in family) , air conditioning available, a nice breakfast. Listen to the guests, animals accepted and free (Thank you very much) Top quality price ratio. All was perfect for visiting Lyon. Thank you
Old hotel, good location, one step away from Bailaiguo Square, there is a passenger service center on the square, very convenient. The room is small and the hygiene is good. The downside is that bedside reading lights don't work.
The location is excellent, the room is also good, just a few steps away from the train station, the only fly in the ointment is that the place to eat and the supermarket are a little farther. Good breakfast, recommended.
It was good enough to be in three fingers of the hotel I have been to so far. The building itself is grand and old, but it is a hotel that has not been opened, so the facilities are really tidy. It is close to the travel spots, including Belquer Square, on the old town side, and the area where the hotel is located is pretty. Friendly staff
Breakfast is OK, it is good in the hotel. The location is very good, the train station will come out, but the sound insulation is very good, no sound can be heard. The rooms are small, the facilities are relatively simple, there are not many places to put things, and the toilets and shower rooms are not very convenient.
We had been travelling in the South of France for 9 days when we arrived in Lyon to stay in this beautiful hotel. The location near the funicular and the Roman museum/amphitheatre was perfect. Literally 10 minutes interesting walk downhill to the old town. But it was a struggle to ever leave. The bed was extraordinarily comfortable, the pool area(which we were the only occupants of) was so relaxed. The breakfast delicious. But it was the ever helpful, professional, delightful staff that made the whole experience. The concierge made excellent walk/meal suggestions and she so patiently explained the easiest way to find places. The breakfast staff couldn’t be more welcoming and accommodating. Actually every staff member we encountered was delightful as if they really wanted us to have the best possible stay in this exquisite hotel We rarely return to a place, but it would be worth returning to Lyon just to stay here!
I booked this hotel for 3 nights from 25 to 28 October on their website (price was better than on booking.com). Before check in hotel preautorized amount for first night. During check in, the woman didn’t speak English (on the wall there is a sign ‘English spoken’), tried to take this amount again. After my refuse, she agreed to take the other payment and COMPLETE preautorization. But the amount of the first night was double charged. The other day I talked with English speaking receptionist and he confirmed that they didn’t complete that pre authorization, but took another sale and I have to wait to get money back when it will be unfrozen. After explaining that usually in all the world the preautorization can be cancelled by pos machine, that guy MADE one more preautorization for the amount of first night!!! After calling to manager, he said ‘sorry, but we can’t cancel not the preautorization before arrival day, not the one that I did by mistake now’. I asked for solution, but he just said sorry, that he can’t do anything and the manager whom he called is not interested in fixing this problem because it’s a Sunday evening. What the hell?? Firstly woman who has no idea and no language skills made the payment without explanation, second the other staff made a mistake and all they can do is ‘sorry but I can’t do anything’?? Is this the European level of hospitality?? Even for 2 star hotel is terrible service. The room was okay, but there is no window, instead of it there is a second door without lock, but with jaloezie. No fridge in the room. Room is on the ground floor. I expected that facilities and service is for 2 star and I would not complain. But absolute indifference of problem solving and unprofessionalism of staff, unwillingness of fixing the issue on the manager’s level are just shocking.
The College hotel has a great location for restaurants, walking the old town, and visiting old town sights. Staff were outstanding: friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. Breakfast was excellent. Things like the elevator, wifi and hot water worked well. The ”college” theme was lost on me. I didn't like the room layout or the bed. The hotel is a very good value and I would stay there again but in a different room.
The metro line D, which links directly to the centre, is less than 200 metres away, recommended 24 hours ticket to freely tour with all the means of the city. In many local areas, we had dinner from Monplaisir Côté Cour and we were very good. The air conditioning was negative, really very noisy, so much that it could not be used during the night, and this, in very warm nights, is a really serious limit. Other details: The exhaust was unconnected from the command behind the rubber, the lower shower support was broken, the pillow was only hanging up. Breakfast is excellent even if it is lacking for salt, lacking any salsa and making only eggs, sauces, bacon and a couple of cheeses available. I would still use this hotel, with the reservation of testing the air conditioning before taking the room.
Great family stop over. 1200klms hear on our first day and we are ready for a treat when we arrive. Never disappointed. Rooms are a good size. The restaurant has change little over the years but the food and service are first class. Nothing is too much trouble, its actually nice to see people enjoying there job, and being good at it.
At the edge of the city, it is more suitable for self-driving, convenient for arrival and departure. But there is a bus in front of the door, and it is not far from the old city. It is estimated that it is not convenient to drive by yourself. The rooms are nice, with a balcony and a kitchen, kitchenware and cutlery, including a microwave and coffee maker. In short, it feels good and worth the money. The only inconvenience is that the opposite side of our room is under construction and it is noisy in the morning.
We had an excellent stay at Hôtel des Savoies: good bed quality, it was quiet as our room was not on street side, air con good with high temperatures of the weekend, room very clean, excellent location near train, tram or you can easily walk from there. Breakfast included with large choice of sweet and salty items. Nice people at desk. We really can recommend this hotel and will return there for a next visit of Lyon.
Good location within walking distance of everywhere. Good breakfast with nice assortment of items you would expect in a European hotel. The room was about the size of a standard cruise ship room, about 2 feet on each side of the bed and very cramped. Nicely updated bathroom with rain shower and shower wand and good water pressure. Big door to the bathroom opens in and if you are standing in front ot the sink, it is difficult to close unless you step into the shower. They should have used a pocket door. Very little space next to the sink. Air conditioning condensation leaked down the wall and soaked part of the carpet. Like most hotels, they only provided one luggage rack for 2 guests. Night stands shaped like mushrooms, stylish but not very functional. No laundry stain in the shower. Adequate power outlets and 2 USB ports next to the bed to charge phones. Good internet. Desk is a small oval table about 2 feet wide by 3 feet long, very small. Desk chars are padded stools with no back. There were power outlets next to the desk. I don't know the price because we were on a tour.
The location of the hotel is very good, just by the river, it should be newly renovated, the sanitary ware is very new and the bathroom is very large. Especially the hotel staff Lulu is very nice, try to help the Chinese. The hotel is also very design, and the small living room on the second floor is especially suitable for families. Great breakfast, freshly squeezed juice
Good location close to mini market, opera house and Bachut tram stop. If we point out the friendliness and passiveness of the cleaning staff, such as blood stains around the SDB switch, it can be cleaned within an hour, for example. The food was not tested because accommodation = studio. Cleaning the ”corners” is not a luxury, for example: child stickers left on full-length mirrors and radiators, dirty elevator light panels, this is the 3 * range of the viewfinder. Television: Disconnected 5 basic TNT channels and many foreign channels at night.
At the reception: no one can depart from the station at 1:30 pm on Christmas day and can take luggage between noon and 2 pm, so we drag the suitcase because we have to leave before 11 am. Too bad, because the taxi stand is just opposite.
Quiet accommodation, if you are on the street, you can find it in the noisy garbage collection.
It was great!! Love to come back some day ❤️ The location, rooms, view, breakfast. The best place to visit Lyon (great city). The hotel gives you the feeling of visiting a dear friend who is happy to see you. We could even charge our electric car at the hotel 😁👍 Thanks for everything 🙌🏽
We visited this hotel in route to the Alps. The hotel is in the centre of Lyon and is one of the nicer, cheaper Novotel brands. The rooms are similar to most other Novotel rooms. The staff were extremely helpful and main lobby and bar area os very nice. The young guy behind the bar, I think that his name was Thomas, was extremely helpful. He was able to advise us on local vineyards that they sourced their wine from. An asset to the company. My only gripe was that we eat in the restaurant as we had been travelling all day and did not want to spend time looking for somewhere else to visit. I wish we had home elsewhere. The menu was extremely limited and the dishes that were served were well below the expected norm. Very disappointing.