Premiere Classe Lyon Centre - Gare Part Dieu
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremiere Classe Lyon Centre - Gare Part Dieu
Service was extremely helpful, rooms were more spacious than we had anticipated. The bathrooms are tiny, comparable to those on a airplane - not troublesome, unless that is a big factor to you. Only allows three people rooms (we had four people 2 of the 4 nights we stayed) so some stealth maneuvering had to be done.
Location was close to the Train station but farther from everything to see in Lyon. I would have stayed in Vieux Lyon looking back. But we walked most everywhere. Easy to find when using "The Pencil" as a landmark.
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