This Lyon aparthotel, built in 2005, is located in the city's business district, connected to the airport and near Part Dieu railway station as well as close ...
This hotel is in Lyon, one kilometer from Jean Moulin University and 1.1 kilometers from Auditorium Maurice Ravel. Musee Lumiere and Place Bellecor are within ...
Terrible bathroom. Too small. If you suffer from claustrophobia please don't book. Also the place is for only if you are studying a,day or two. The bedroom not too bad but the bathroom is as if you took the shower cabin from a caravan and put a wash basin and toilet in it. The shower is too small ...
Located in 6th Arrondissement, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Musée de l'Imprimerie, Lyon Opera, and Lyon City Hall. Lyon Museum of Fine Arts and Terreaux ...
Nice location, easy to find and close to the center.
Located in 3rd Arrondissement, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of La Part-Dieu Business District, Musee Lumiere, and Bellecour Square. Tete d'Or Park and Lyon ...
Was really impressed with the hotel, very close to the main station and to the airport tram. A bit further from some of the main attractions but fine if you enjoy a bit of an explore! Room was lovely, especially considering the price paid.
The convention centre in Lyon is one of France's biggest. Each year it hosts regular shows and one-offs alike, including touring ballets, a St Patrick's Day feast, and Disney Live. Lyon's events are diverse and often magnificent. Take the European Association of Nuclear Medicine conference, for example; it is specialist, but impressively high tech.
Dining in Lyon means you get to see the restaurant's prices before you even set foot through the door. At your Lyon hotel, you can enjoy a pastry-filled breakfast and decadent cakes. Venture into the city a little for a litany of salad bars, which are just as enticing as any fast food option.
Lyon is home to the largest downtown mall in Europe, La Part Dieu. If your Lyon hotel is within easy reach of Rue Victor Hugo, do be aware of the tourist traps there. Venturing away from such streets is the best way to grab the best prices. Head off Victor Hugo just slightly to find antique shops.
Lyon has more Renaissance architecture than anywhere in Europe, except for Venice. This means you only need to walk its streets to see impressive sites. Try the St Jean Cathedral, as it is the religious destination of aristocrats and public officers. There are multiple Renaissance courtyards to relax in too. The Aquarium de Lyon has over 300 species of fish and sharks.
Football is the most popular Lyon sport, as the city has one of the best teams in Europe. Rugby is also popular among the locals, although it does attract considerably less attention than football does. Basketball is regularly played in Lyon with many courts open to the public.
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