Campanile Lyon Centre Gare Part-Dieu
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Great location, wight across the road from the central station in Lyon Part Dieu and the large shopping mall of Lyon Part Dieu. Friendly and helpful staff at reception, a restaurant and bar on the premises. The room could have been a bit larger and would have been good to include a bar fridge.
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