Hotels near La Presqu'ile in Lyon

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Hotels near La Presqu'ile in Lyon, France

How to Find the Best Hotels in La Presqu'ile, Lyon with Venere

Booking hotels in La Presqu'ile, Lyon is easier with a little help from Venere. You're sure to find accommodation that is perfect for you, whether you're looking for a luxury spa hotel or a family-friendly base from which to see the city. Venere works in conjunction with some of the best La Presqu'ile, Lyon hotels to bring you a range of places to stay that combine exceptional facilities with quality and value. Simply select the price and star level you require and let Venere's search filter do the work. All hotels on the Venere website have been rated by former visitors, so you can book with honest opinions to hand, and a selection of photographs is provided to give you a real idea of what rooms look like.

What is La Presqu'ile, Lyon like?

The upmarket area of La Presqu'ile lies between the Saone and Rhone rivers. Buildings in the city center range from 12th century medieval to modern contemporary styles, and many are painted in attractive pastel colors or adorned with magnificent trompel'oeil works like the Mur des Lyonnais in rue de la Martinière. Enjoy shopping in Rue de la Republique, just minutes from hotels in La Presqu'ile, Lyon; the wide avenue of 19th century buildings is in the Haussman style, and you'll find all your favorite brands. The Musee des Beaux Arts de Lyon in Place de Terreaux is a must for art lovers, and works by Picasso, Degas, Matisse, and van Gogh can be seen. While you're in Place de Terreaux you'll see the Bartholdi Fountain; Bartholdi is best known for the Statue of Liberty, but this is a magnificent example of his work. City Hall, an ornate 17th-century building dominates the square, while nearby Opera Nouvel, which was designed by Jean Nouvel, will delight both architecture and music fans.

hints and Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Lyon

Hotels in La Presqu'ile, Lyon are close to some of the city's best restaurants, and you can join locals for long, relaxed meals in traditional establishments known as "bouchons". Look for small neighborhood cafes that don't have menus on display, these are generally more authentic and the best places to try salade lyonnaise, saucisson chaud, or quenelle de brochet. All service, bread and water is included and it isn't usual to tip in restaurants in France. Take a look at the Venere website for more hints and tips, and a selection of some of the very best La Presqu'ile, Lyon hotels.