Le Phenix Hotel
Travel Blogs from Lyon
... is a man made spa the size of an Olympic swimming pool built on a natural hot spring. It is amazing! I recommend giving yourself a day and going with a group of friends and chilling out with a beer! Life lessons from my trip to Iceland: - Easyjet are ruthless about bag weight. So when you have to repack your bags in the airport terminal, don't leave your toothbrush behind. Especially when going to Iceland. Because the Icelandic people have ...
... world. A little bit arrogant and highly paranoid of strangers, and they think they're the best country in the world. Granted, they are a good country, good food, good wine, beautiful beaches, mountains etc. But like with any attractive guy out there, their personality makes or breaks the deal. An 8 can quickly become a 6 if he loves himself too much. I always think a good personality can make any guy about 20% more attractive. And this is what I think is ...
... because skiing ain’t cheap!
That afternoon, Sylvie and Denis decided to take me into
Lyon to see the city. I can truly say that even though I was only there for a
few hours, I like it immensely better than Paris. It reminds me a lot of
Austin. There’s everything you want from a big city without it feeling like a
big city. After Sylvie finished her shopping, we trekked up one of Lyon’s two
hills in order to get a better ...
... I learnt over the last few months after spending ten days trying — with mixed success — to speak in French. It's said that the key to speaking another language is getting to the point where you can *think* in that language. At times it feels like I get close with French, but I know with Italian I am going to be painfully translating every. single. word. internally. After lunch we race back to Place Bellecour where we are booked to join an ...
... too. I find it so odd. It's my understanding that singing is optional, at least in Australia it is. And if you don't know the tune, you don't have to sing. But I've noticed also that people look at you a bit strangely if you don't sing when the choir master is conducting the congregation. It's almost like it's compulsory. Well, I'm standing my ground, I don't know the words or the tune. I'm just there to fulfil my soul. I'm looking forward to next Sunday, which ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility