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This is the last night in France and we just needed somewhere to stay before we flew home.
Hotel has a great location.
It is VERY hot here so AC was very welcome.
Front desk staff very friendly and helpful and English was appreciated.
Decent and comparatively inexpensive for the city center area. Rooms were comfortable (but also a little small, owing to the building’s narrowness) and the TV, Wi-Fi, etc work fine, so if you just need a nice place to say and want to be close to...More
The Elysee is a well-located hotel with friendly and helpful staff. There’s free wi-fi, too, and it’s pretty reliable – uploading photos to Facebook from a day’s sightseeing is perfectly possible from your room, even if it’s tucked away on the 6th floor.
I have recently spent 6 nights in this Hotel. The Hotel is a few minutes walk from the main square- Bellecour and around 5 mins to walk to the old town. I had a very comfortable stay in a well air conditioned room. The staff...More
Walked in with no reservation, (on a holiday!) and got the last room for just one night. Jose, working the front desk, could not have been nicer. All the staff were super friendly. Room was on the 1st floor. Very plain, of course it was...More
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Allow for more than that - The hotel is in the centre of the city, the airport on the far edges so you must take the Rhone-expess small red train to get you to the centre it takes about 40 minutes but runs on a schedule so... More
Allow for more than that - The hotel is in the centre of the city, the airport on the far edges so you must take the Rhone-expess small red train to get you to the centre it takes about 40 minutes but runs on a schedule so if you miss one?? Also once you get to the centre of town it's another 15 minutes to the hotel so we took a taxi from there. About 20 euros but on our way to the airport the next day we couldn't be bothered and took a taxi from the hotel straight to the airport that was about 70 euros but made sense if you are more than one person. There is a metro too but you take the Rhone-express get off at the second stop and then take Line A to get you to Place bellcourt and that is 1 minute from the hotel. The airport info desk can give you more info too but feel free to PM me if you have questions, I go often, Lyon is amazinG!