"Worth a stay, a bit more attention to detail would make it better"
Stayed here for 7 days for a work assignment. The hotel is located within a nice area however eating establishments are not extremely close. The hotel does have it's own restaurant, however please note that it is closed on week-ends. The suites are very spacious and contain most amenities. One problem are for me was the kitchenette. The supplies were very limited. I had to ask for tea and dishwasher cleaning powder almost every day. The maid staff never seemed to have any. They regularly told me that they were out. On two occasions I went downstairs and got tea bags from the bar area myself which they did provide. I only had one cooking pot and one cooking utensil. I asked for a skillet and they said they didn't have any more. they did bring me another pan. I broke a water glass and asked for a replacement. It never arrived during my stay. These little attention to details mean a lot to a hotel guest. The bed was very comfortable and the suites met my needs with the exception of the items mentioned. The furnishings are starting to show their age and could use some updating. The desk clerks were really good without exception. All were helpful and friendly, especially to a first timer in the city. It almost seemed as though the hotel didn't quite have enough operational expense money, but that was only my perception. I plan a return trip and I certainly would give this hotel another chance to impress. The room price was a decent value given all considerations.
"Good value and pleasant experience."
We really enjoyed staying here for 2 nights during the summer of 2016. The hotel is located right beside the Parc de la Tete D'or and your stay in Lyon will not be complete without visiting the park.There is a bus stop right in front of the hotel making it very easy to commute by bus to and from the hotel. The room/apartment we stayed in was spacious and clean, and allowed for self catering. Though the hotel and the room appliances are not modern, they were functional. The hotel staff were polite and helpful. Overall, good value and pleasant experience.
The staff of the hotel was very professional and at the same time very helpfull. The room were very comfortable and clean. I will definitely recommend this property to anyone looking for a 4stars in Lyon.
"Huge, comfortable suites, in a fantastic location. Great service at a very competitive price!"
Stayed here for 5 nights for a business trip that coincided with the Beaujolais festival. The suites are *VERY* large and comfortable - something I had never experienced in Europe - and the rate was very reasonable. The location seemed initially out of the way from the main attractions, but I quickly learned that that was not the case and I enjoyed my stay very much. To begin with, the area is very chic (Blvd des Belges); it has the largest park in Lyon across the street; incredible restaurants nearby at Brotteaux; has the river 2 blocks away, and there's public transport at the doorstep to get to the Part Dieu station quickly. If I get to travel back to Lyon, the Warwick Reine Astrid will be my first choice by far!
"Nice family hotel"
We spend a night here while in Lyon for a short visit. Service is nice, room was very big, but decoration nothing special. We had an apartment with kitchen and 2 bed rooms - very practical when traveling with children. Breakfast (included in rate) was excellent.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM