The hotel is fine but the night when we stayed there the AC was not working in the entire hotel. It gets very HOT in Lyon during the summer. Needless to say it was a very hot and semi-sleepless night.
The breakfast was great though. And they have a nice Jacuzzi-pool to relax in.
Traveller from Ontario, Canada
Spa hotel with architectural influences from the 1930s, situated two kilometres from Lyon's historic city centre. …More
Located a few minutes walk from Part-Dieu Station, with excellent access to Presque Ile & Vieux Lyon using either the METRO (Place Brotteaux) or Tram T1 (Gare Part-Dieu). Our double room was fine - no complaints! Don't bother with the hotel breakfast, you'll get better value at one of cafes near the station or pop into the city centre.
Traveller from Cheltenham, England
Turn-of-century hotel with a fresco mural and glass roof, 200 metres from Tête d’Or Park in Lyon's Quartier de la Part-Dieu …More
The reception had no record of our booking although we'd phoned the day before, and they were fully booked. Fortunately, they had a spare for such eventualities so we faired better than the couple who arrived after us, also with a booking, who were turned away.
It was adequate for a stop-over on a rail tour, but I wouldn't want to stay there longer.
I stayed here fore two nights over Bastille day, the room was fine for one person (may have been a little cramped for two). Everything was clean and the staff friendly. The hotel is in a great location easy walking distance to the main sights in Lyon.
Part Dieu Station serves as Lyon's main station, providing guests access to Lyon's business district in the 3rd arrondissement, Saint-Exupery Airport, and high speed trains to Paris. Many companies have offices in the Part Dieu neighborhood. One of Europe's largest malls can also be found nearby. The Orchestre National de Lyon performs in l'Auditorium de Lyon just north of the station.