Capacity up to60 people
Area up to80 m²
Business & financial districtQUARTIER PART DIEU&npsb;(0km / 0mi)
CompanyALLIANZ&npsb;(0.4km / 0.25mi)
Convention centreCENTRE DE CONGRES&npsb;(3.1km / 1.93mi)
MuseumsLA SUCRIERE&npsb;(5km / 3.11mi)
Opera/symphony/concert hallAUDITORIUM&npsb;(0.1km / 0.06mi)
Historic monumentABBAYE D'AINAY&npsb;(2.5km / 1.55mi)
Amusement parkPARC TETE D'OR&npsb;(2km / 1.24mi)
Concert hallBOURSE DU TRAVAIL&npsb;(0.4km / 0.25mi)
Entertainment and theatreTHEATRE CELESTINS&npsb;(1.8km / 1.12mi)
Tourist attractionLYON CITY BOAT&npsb;(2.2km / 1.37mi)
StadiumMATMUT STADIUM&npsb;(6km / 3.73mi)
Special tourist areaCROIX ROUSSE&npsb;(2km / 1.24mi)
The hotel was very pleasant, the rooms tidy and the beds comfortable. Close to TGV station and public transport. Bar was simple but closed at 1pm despite website saying 24 hour. Did not eat in hotel so cannot comment on hotel. Staff helpful. ADVICE do not use online check in and checkout. Got home to find a breakfast charged on my credit card, still waiting for hotel to advise who signed as we ate out. Should not be surprised that I am waiting as still waiting for a promised quick reply on another issue from Accor customer services, so far the quick reply has taken 47days and still counting. A further letter to the Complaints Manager has had no reply either but that is only 18 days so far.
This hotel did not really live up to the usual Ibis standards, it felt more like an Ibis Budget... Although the Staff was very helpful and friendly, the room was rather small and narrow, as was the bathroom.
Very good location. Lounge and dining rooms very good. Staff excellent. But the room was the smallest I have been in and felt crowded. Breakfast was more than I needed and there are no complaints on that.
Quite good hotel very Ibis style. I had a room nr 912 on 9th floor with streetview. Room is basic but size ok, bathroom quite small, bed is big and comfortable. The entrance door opened directly to a closet and bed so it was difficult to enter the room. Location good close to Part Dieu railway station and (extremely expensive) Rhoneexpress tram to the airport. Walking distance to all main attractions (15 min). Many supermarkets around as well as shopping malls. Didn't try breakfast but there is a good bakery and some cafes aroud the corner. Wifi worked very good. Coffee/tea in the room but haven't been refilled the next day so I needed to ask. What I didn't like that I couldn't check out later (as Gold Member) - because that's why I have chosen Ibis (Accor) hoping for late checkout.
We had 3 nights at this hotel and we were happy to have place in the underground garage (15 euros/day). However, there is a big parking garage just the other side of the hotel. The room was quiet even if the window faced to the street (we know the good Ibis windows :) ). The room is basic and convenient as of the bathroom/shower. But we already got used to this. The hotel has a restaurant in which you may get lunches or dinners, too. However, there are some very interesting other restaurants just the neighbourhood to be discovered. The breakfast was perfect for us. The Receptionists were very helpful, tried to fulfil our requests when we needed some simple duvets. We really appreciated their helpfulness. The city centre is within a walking distance or you may use buses or the metro. Good base for a city trip.
Up to usual Ibis standards. My only comment - room quite small, shower room small and shower very small but still usuable. The hotel, although central, was central to the new town and, of course, we were there to visit the old town so it was quite a walk every day. There is good public transport but we prefered to walk.
Although the global service level in Lyon has increasingly improved in the last 3 years for the benefit of tourists, this hotel didn't deliver a good one. Poky rooms (for 2), exiguous bathroom, smoky smells. The service is efficient but cold, rational. We asked for a special fresh wine offered on the card, and as they didn't have this wine, instead, they served another one which was warm and nubearable. Incredible in the city of gastronomy !...Furthermore, the waiter buggered me because I was complaining about this swap. So, as his colleagues were not so bad , I ranked the service as Poor instead of Terrible.
Spent four nights at the Ibis and followed the 3 day walking tour sent by Accor which was very worthwhile. Accommodation, food and service was first class. Hotel situated close to railway station and tram stop which made accessing public transport very easy. Main purpose of visit was to attend rugby game at the Matmut Stadium which was again easily accessible bypublic transport.
Small bedroom but everything is conveniently adjusted. Good bed, silent air conditionning. The only issue is the warming switch for the bathroom which is right next to the light switch. Half the time, we push the wrong one and each time it starts the automatic warming of the bathroom for 5 minutes.
Typical Ibis: "crowded" room, clean, nice personnel. One big plus was the soda vending machine in the lobby ( they all should have this) & an on-site restaurant for lunch /dinner. Choice of parking: on street or underground garage (€15).
Stayed here again and was not disappointed. Nice & close to shopping centre, trams, buses & Part Dieu station. Very quiet area. Good clean room, excellent buffet breakfast. Air conditioning in room was good, but bar got a bit warm. being able to eat breakfast on the terrace is a bonus on a hot day. Wifi worked perfectly.
My stay at this hotel was quite pleasant; there was a high standard of cleanliness and the bed was comfortable. There also was no problem with noise so I slept well. The staff were courteous and professional. But, it's 40 minutes walk into the old town, you have to change metro to get over there and there is no hotel shuttle bus. There was no fridge in the room or even drink making facilities- to me a kettle is really an essential even in a budget hotel. Food was pretty bad, I wouldn't recommend eating in the hotel; breakfast was ok though. Overall good value on a budget.
The service was friendly on arrival although I didn't have a problem to resolve. The location was great for me as it was close to to the main rail station in Lyon The room was very clean and the bed was comfortable but my my issue was the bathroom which was so small you could barely move.
Ibis Lyon Part Dieu Les Halles is a good hotel, close to the main railway station and to city transport. It is also close enough to the city center, allowing to reach it with a 15 minutes walk. Breakfast was very good (although with somehow limited choices). Room was OK, just small, but very quiet and insulated very well from the outside noise. Bathroom was OK, but definitely too small: it was difficult to move in it. Staff was attentive and helpful.
Nice rooms, very good breakfast, safe surroundings, close to the metro, close to the Rhone, 24 hours reception, this time we had more noice because we slept at the front side; globally: price quality ok
A very comfortable hotel about 8 minutes walking distance from the main station of Lyon (Gare de Lyon-Part-Dieu). It was quite convenient and is near a large shopping centre where I was also able to purchase an SFR sim card (welcome package sim card) for my stay in France. The room decor was typical of a business hotel and my single, non-smoking room had a nice chair and desk which were both pleasant to do some work with. The buffet was included with my room and had very nice offerings. I especially enjoyed the bread, cheese and meats. My only main complaint is the shower door. There are two large holes (to grab onto when opening and closing the shower door) that will let a lot of water out if you're not careful. Furthermore, the hinges where the shower door pivots also have has a substantial air gap which will also allow water to fall onto the bathroom floor. While this is not exactly a big deal, this is not something I'd appreciate after a long day. This is why I had to give an "average" rating regarding the rooms.
Nothing specific, neighborhood during weekend is maybe empty as mostly offices around. Walking distance (15mins) from downtown Helpful staff, clean hotel and room. Maybe a little small but regular size for an ibis. Very good for the price overall
IBIS Part Dieu les Halles is a good spot close the station. Buses to the city C9 handy and only a short walk to shopping - you can buy travel passes on the bus but if taking a tram, also close, you must purchase your travel pass before entering. Particularly liked the IBIS buffet dining arrangement which encouraged us to stay for dinner both nights as it was too good to pass up.
Rooms are compact so there is little space to unpack if you are staying for more than a couple of nights, but it is adequate. The hotel is very clean and the staff are extremely helpful and friendly. There is a good choice of food for breakfast. With the transportation system in Lyon being so good the location of the hotel is of less importance, but this has the advantage of being close to the Commercial Centre where you can find a large selection of shops, and not to far from the station. I always felt safe walking around Lyon and that includes the neighbourhood in which the hotel is situated.
The hotel is very nice, in front of the Mall, neaby the train station, and a couple of blocks away from Downtown Lyon. It is located in a Business District, with several restaurants nearby, in the Mall, and good stores for buying local gifts.
ibis Lyon Part Dieu Les Halles
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