Ratings based on 11 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby sugam from london
Nice hotelPosted Sep 16, 2013
The hotel was situated very close to the metro station -Croix rousse. There were local pubs and restaurants just outside the hotel and the place was lively. There is also a supermarket nearby-Monoprix.
for Business Travelersby Reg from UK
disappointmentPosted Jun 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
The room is quite small, and the bathroom, shower is very cramped. The shower head had apparently been broken for a long time and not been fixed. We had to take shower by holding the shower head in one hand. There was promise of free internet in the hotel, but the internet was broken for 3 days out of the 4, which was very disappointing, and we had to roam around the city to get free internet connection. The good thing is the location, and very close to metro station and walk to center of Lyon.
2 day breakPosted Oct 29, 2012 on Hotels.com
I loved Lyon and this hotel was very central to everything. Close to the Metro, which was good as it's a long walk down (and up) the hill. Lots of cafes and restaurants around the area. Crazy street fair on while I was there but even so it was a really interesting area. Staff were very helpful and friendly. Room very comfortable.
for Everyoneby Moby from East Sussex, UK
Great only for very small people.Posted Oct 22, 2012
Pros: Located in a bustling part of the city.
Cons: Tiny rooms.
Location: Near to a buzzing neighbourhood
Although it has been repainted with some wacky colours, it is an old style French city hotel. This means that the rooms are incredibly small - not possible to walk around the bed. Shelves are painted chip board which are quite dangerous when having to crawl across the bed to get in. Lights in corridors operate via timed buttons and/or automatically so you are pitched in darkness with no notice (bring a torch)
for Everyoneby Donald from Olympia, WA, USA
Not a tourist trap...and that's a good thingPosted Oct 4, 2012
My partner and I stayed at the Hotel de la Croix Rousse for two nights. Arriving by train at Gare de la Part-Dieu, it was a bit of a challenge getting from the station to the hotel via public transportation, and required a short bus trip and then a change to the Metro. If you are looking to hang out with a bunch of American tourists, this hotel is not for you. After time in Paris and Nice rubbing elbows (and other parts) with a lot of other tourists, the Hotel de la Croix Rousse and the Croix Rousse district were a delightful change. We felt like we were staying in a typical Lyonnaise neighborhood, not in a tourist trap. The hotel staff were pleasant and efficient, but clearly more comfortable speaking in French than English. "Traveler's French," is fine but if you speak no French, you might want to choose a hotel that caters more to English speakers.
for Getaway With Friendsby John
at the centre of Croix RoussePosted Sep 11, 2012 on Hotels.com
located in the middle of the Croix Rousse - close to good food and shopping as well as being in thehistoric cross-roads of the silk trade. We enjoyed the walking and ambiance.
for Familiesby Marie
Great hotel. Would definately return here!Posted Jul 27, 2012 on Hotels.com
Lovely clean hotel room with a big bathroom. The room was airy, bright and inviting. The staff were accomodating and warm. Just a side note, if youre wanting aircon you must specify clearly.
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