Spanning the mighty Rhône and Saône rivers, Lyon is not only one of France’s most famous gastronomic centres it is also the “Gateway to the South” and on arriving you will immediately feel a touch of the South with its wonderfully temperate climate. There are hundreds of well preserved buildings dating back to the 16th and 17th century, when the city was the centre of the European silk trade. Modern life revolves around the many cafes on the vast Place Bellecour, one of the largest squares in Europe, but don’t forget to visit the Musée des Beaux Arts, the second largest and most important collection of Art in France after the Louvre. French Travel Service offers rail and hotel holidays to Lyons, France's second city and great centre of wine and gastronomy
LYON CITY PASS - To help you make the most of your stay in Lyon, why not buy a city pass, valid for 1, 2 or 3 days (21, 31 and 41 euros respectively), obtainable either locally from the Tourist Office on Place Bellecour or before you leave via their official website. As well as free public transport (metro, tram, bus), it offers free netrance to 24 attractions, including all major museums (Beaux Arts, Lumiere Institute, Textile Museum etc.), guided tours of Old Lyon and Croix Rousse, Fourviere, solk workshops, river cruise.
LATE NEWS - ADDITIONAL HOTELS, MORE CHOICE: As well as the hotels featured on this page, French Travel Service's network of contacts now allow us to book more hotels in Lyon, including the Four Star Grand Hotel, Radisson Blu Part-Dieu and Reine Astrid, Three Star Axotel Perrache, Campanile Berges du Rhone, Best Western Charlemagne, and Grand Hotel des Terreaux, and 2 Star Campanile Perrache Confluence and Kyriad Lyon Perrache. Please ask for details and prices
Hotel Cour des Loges
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A refined, luxurious oasis in the very heart of Lyon's historic St Paul district, this very superior hotel comprises four restored Renaissance buildings set around a glass-roofed courtyard and simply oozes charm and character.
The neighbouring narrow streets, hidden passageways and courtyards of Old Lyon are a delight, and filled with restaurants and bars. The hotel itself has 2 gastronomic restaurants, a well-stocked wine cellar, health spa, indoor swimming-pool, sauna and Turkish baths, and beautiful hanging gardens. The 61 rooms and suites are individually styled and combine tradition with innovation with their use of velvet, wrought iron and wood, featuring antique furniture complemented by contemporary finishing touches. All are with bath and shower, wc, satellite tv, minibar and wifi, and are fully air-conditioned. American buffet breakfast.
Supplement in March: £24. Reduction April: £21. Supplement superior room: £32
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