The Grand Hotel Des Terreaux is located in the historic center of Lyon, a UNESCO World Heritage Site within walking distance of the main tourist sites, including the Opera, the Célestins Theatre, and the Fine Arts Museum. This charming, 4-star, Lyon hotel was entirely renovated in 2012 and features many amenities, including a lobby area with a TV, a bar, a heated indoor swimming pool open 2 PM-11 PM daily, and a 24-hour business center. Additionally, guests will be able to keep in touch with their friends and family as the hotel offers complimentary wireless and wired Internet access in all public areas. From fashionable restaurants and shops to cultural activities, there is no end to the opportunities available nearby. No pets or service animals allowed.
Great location near the Hotel de Ville as well as restaurants and the historic district, comfortable room with good amenities, generous breakfast buffet, very pleasant front desk staff. This place was a very good find.
Easy to trip on a small step when getting out of the elevator and another small step when entering the guest room, but the front desk staff warned us about this in advance, so we were prepared.
Central location, helpful staff, comfortable, clean beautifully decorated room.
Lift holds only 3 people (or 2 with luggage), breakfast seemed expensive at 12 euro each so we found nice cheaper meals elsewhere
excellent location on presqu'ile. Opposit there is a groccery shop with everythig you might need if don not want to use a mini-bar
There was no air-conditioner. Given that it was quite hot we kept the windows open but during the night were waken up several times by noise on the street
Beautiful clean new looking room. Wish we could have stayed longer.
It was further from the train station than we thought.
Great location, excellent staff, very pleasant and clean rooms
The bathroom was small
The room was warm and comfortable, the bathroom was spotless and the bed was the best away from home I have ever slept in.
Tea and coffee making facilities would have been the icing on the cake but I don't think many hotels in France do that sort of thing