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This charming guest house can be found in Tassin. The null offers Wi-Fi internet connection in communal areas.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Pool and wellness facilities.
Incredible View & Decor
Reviewed 23 september, 2019
The hotel is jewel 💎. Great customer services, elegant interior design, exquisite 😋 breakfast, incredible view over lyon, and a romantic and quite place for unforgettable moments. I would totally come back!
Lost in heaven!
Reviewed 23 march, 2016
This a a really special place, nested in such a romantic and special district. Vieux Lyon, so called, but even not known from local sometimes! The rooms, are tailor made for lovers... Each one is different, ours had a lovely little garden, dramatic view on Lyon, breathtaking. Wonderful breakfast, french pastry, fresh juice fruit.The host is very pleasant and welcoming. Just treat yourself for an unforgettable moment.
An acquired taste
Reviewed 19 october, 2014
We had to choose this place as all other places in Lyon city had been taken up. Four of us grudgingly took up 3 rooms, but our initial trepidation was allayed after looking through the website. We booked for three nights. How misdirected we were .... THE GOOD - Vieux Lyon, Vieux Lyon. Spot-on location, with narrow cobblestone streets winding in between heritage buildings and Gallo-Roman walls. The surroundings were peaceful and quiet. A metro station was close by and a score of good restaurants were within walking distance. - Suites had a rustic touch THE BAD - Our taxi deposited us right at the base of a steep, narrow street as the driver was understandably reluctant to make the arduous crawl up. I consulted Google Maps and horrors! there were another 300 metres of uphill to go! It was then when we realised those quaint-looking cobblestone streets were not kind on the wheels of our 20-kg luggage bags, not to mention the state of our thigh muscles as we heaved and puffed up all the way. - A similiar predicament existed each time we returned late from dinner, as the approach lane was truly narrow and steep -- and one-way, to top it up. Taxi drivers balked at making the ascent, even when offered extra fare for the trouble, so we had to walk up the empty, half-dark and lonely lane at 11pm - Service was limited. The reception opened late and closed by 5. It would have been challenging if an in-house emergency arose that required their assistance or intervention. Matter of fact, the reception had not opened when we wanted to check out at 8.30am to catch the train to Paris. We tossed the keys in the mailbox and left a note. Payment? Full payment had been collected from day one - Room size was very small. My online choice was inexpicably changed to a double-storeyed unit that did not give much room to manouevre. We had to do some furniture-shifting to accommodate our luggage - Furniture build was poor. Rustic sense gave way to dilapidated wear. My door lock was very temperamental and the door knob threatened to come off altogether each time we tried bolting the door. It would have been another feat to even contact the folks in charge - We were delighted at having breakfast outside on the terrace at 7am and relished the embracing of nature and all that. Then I noticed the faux grass. Then I noticed the dried-up plants. Then I noticed the coarse gravel beneath my feet. - WiFi was spotty. Occasionally, it was on and slow. Usually, it was not, at all. We would not be coming back to the hotel
A real stroke of luck
Reviewed 11 october, 2014
Every single hotel room in Lyon was taken but by a huge stroke of luck we spotted this place on Last Minute. The hotel reception is up a steep, cobbled street in the old town, not easy to spot and does not look promising – but what a warm welcome. Our suite was across the road behind again a very unassuming front door. Inside is a huge, luxurious, well-appointed and equipped suite with views over the city and a hot tub even. Breakfast was enormous, fresh and lovely. The TV is enormous, though, like the Jacuzzi, we didn't actually use it. But great if that's your thing! Plenty of other gadgets including a coffee-maker. And a helpful guide to the city thrown in. The area it's in is full of charm and interest. It's maybe a bit expensive but certainly felt worth every penny to us.
Think twice ! Overpriced and not hospitality oriented !
Reviewed 28 august, 2012
The level of service and furniture don't match with the price. - 19€ for a breakfast it simply stupid regarding the picnic level ! IKEA furniture and decorations Low quality towel and bath carpet Dirty bath !! Water pressure problem Team is not hospitality oriented !!! + Nice surrounding and neiberhood Terrasse on la feuillette suite Nice size of the bath Expectation are high for more than 300 €. No reason to come again !