We stayed here over a weekend in early September. We did make a bit of a mistake booking this hotel as it is not in the tourist area, rather it is right next to the main train station. I must point out though that we heard no noise from our room which was on the fifth floor.
We ate in the restaurant on our last night there and the food was very average so I would not recommend this. To eat well you really need to go into town which means taking the metro or getting a taxi. Single people may feel quite uncfortable walking through the station to the hotel from the metro stop late at night.
The rooms were clean and the size was also quite large for France. Staff were fine in reception and in the restaurant.
Overall this hotel would be fine if I were doing an overnight trip and not wanting to explore but I would not stay there if I were sightseeing with not much time to spare.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Next to the train station, The Mercure Lyon La Part-Dieu is located in the center of Lyon's business district, just a few steps from the historic heart of the city. Its location has direct access to both the airport and major road networks, making it ideal for business and leisure trips. Food served in the wine bar. The 323 sq.ft. (30 m2) soundproofed and air-conditioned rooms offer a warm welcome and relaxing atmosphere whether you are on your own or with your family. ... more less
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