Cour des Loges - Les Loges, Lyon

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At Cour des Loges - Les Loges, each room has a life of its own, the concierge is an encyclopedia, and the restaurant is a four-star Michelin adventure. You must be a guest of the hotel to explore the traboules, the passageways Lyon is known for, that cut through its architecture. However, if you stop by for a cocktail, you can take a short tour of the courtyard. The building itself dates before the 16th century and the current design enhances the original structure with new twists. Put Cour des Loges - Les Loges into our Lyon tour itinerary planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Lyon.
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  • the traboules exist in many major cities but those of the Court of the lodges hotel are unquestionably unique, beware there are a lot of markets which is normal considering the height
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  • The traboules are typical of the old lyon and classified world heritage of UNESCO. A smartphone app is available even to Miss nothing. Go get lost in the streets of old lyon.
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  • In Viex Lyon you have to stay here . The buliding is amazing , the concierge is a real helper doing everything to make your life easier .  more »
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  • Service was good. Bathroom was interesting. The room overall seems a little dated. There's a cute cat that waits at the entrance too. Just remember also to book your taxi or transport the night before. It can be hard for them to come to the hotel timely, due to the front street being really narrow and prone to being blocked.
  • We stopped there for dinner by accident. It was such a lovely meal, perfect service, great wines and desserts. When we realised it was also a hotel, we went to the bar for a nightcap. Again, great drinks, perfect service, in a really historic building. The hotel receptionist also took a lot of time out of his schedule to tell us all about the history of the place. All in all, a GREAT experience.
  • The good news: We took notice of the parking instructions and called concierge and took advantage of the detailed instructions negotiating the pedestrian thronging tight streets of central Lyon we were slightly nervous but on meeting our parking valet our spirits were lifted then when we walked into the atmospheric hotel, the double doors opened making us laugh.. like walking into a haunted house ... the staff were friendly and showed us around the place welcoming us and our dogs. NOW THE BAD NEWS: We were told the room we booked had been given to someone else but they had upgraded us. We were shown into room 58 by the friendly guy who said it was one of his favourite rooms in the hotel - I have a big imagination so thought wow it's gonna be amazing. We walked in and it was dire. There was a dirty and dingy grey toilet in a cupboard followed by a master bedroom that with a bit of imagination could've been magnificent if it had been opened up with the adjoining living area. The walls between were obviously fake so why not open the place up? Instead it was like two corridors with the most depressing brown paint and a fake fireplace in the living room which bizarrely had Perspex round it ! It only added to the feeling of confinement. The sofas felt cheap and uncomfortable for anything but the most briefest of sittings. Another thing was we stay in lots of hotels that welcome dogs ... in every other place they provide dog beds - there were none - but we were supplied a bowl of water. The bathroom also could've been amazing but it was lacking. It had a nice industrial feel dressing area with seat and hairdryer but no mirror above. We couldn't understand how this had been an upgrade! We rang reception and they said it was impossible to go back to the room we'd seen online because they had already, before we arrived, given it to someone else. We were really disappointed so went out for a couple of drinks then, because we had a early start in the morning decided to order room service. We were told there was only one option ... mash potato and I think it was duck. It was emphasised this was all that was on offer so I'm at a loss to how ppl have posted good reviews about the food! It's a shame coz this could be an amazing place . The location is great the staff friendly but please please please sack the interior designer and give us more options on room service ! If it wasn't for the friendly staff I would've given this one star.
  • Dinner-date w/Ipeh, good service, good food
  • Amazing architecture, decor, and service. Would definitely stay here again.

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Lyon’s nine districts surround the two major rivers running through the city: the Rhône and the Saône. The most scenic districts are Vieux Lyon (Old Lyon) and La Croix Rousse, where the city’s historic sites are located. Lodging in these areas is walking distance to these sites. Near the breathtaking Parc de la Tête, the Tête D’Or district offers a quieter option away from the city center.
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