Park & Suites Elegance Lyon Gerland
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark & Suites Elegance Lyon Gerland
the room i stayed was very spacious , with a living room but no lounge just a rollaway bed. It has a small kitchenette too. heater was very high, toilet pump is dated, it makes lots of noisy and also slow. You need to pay 1 euro for unlimited wifi, I am not sure the reason of paying.
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