Inter Hotel De La Loire

19, cours de Verdun Gensoul, Lyon, Rhone-Alpes, 69002, France
Hotel De La Loire
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Good For Couples
  • Families0
  • Couples100
  • Solo33
  • Business50

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by joe_bloggs

can any one tell me if the Hotel De La Loire is suitable for children please?

RE: hotel

by brembo

Yes it is extremely good value for money and staff are very helpful.

Travel Tips for Lyon

Packing List

by b1bob

It has always served me well to pack as lightly as possible. Unless you are going to a formal gathering or anticipate buying a lot of big items, try to fit it all into your carry-on. That depends on what season you go. In the summer, it can get real hot. In the winter, it can get real cold. Regardless of when you travel, bring an umbrella. A standard 35mm with film bought at home.

Classic Lyon Restaurent

by Yso about Le Petit Damier

Absolutely typical Lyon restaurent. Lots of meat & tripe dishes but also Quenelles which are fish dumplings. Wine comes in a "pot lyonnaise" which is less than a bottle and has a thick base to stop it being knocked over !

One of the largest squares in Europe

by aquatic

Place Bellecour is enormously large. I would say: it hurts… when it’s hot in Lyon.
Until 13th century is was known as Bella Curia. For a long time it was a marsh area and belonged to rich families of Lyon. Only in 17th century it became a public square. Under Luis 14th it became a Royal Square and the monument was built back then. During revolution it was ruined and reconstructed under Napoleon in 1802.
You will find a Tourist office here and will be able to buy tickets or passes to almost anything in a town. The excursions will also meet here. It is a short walk from this square to Old Town.
There are interesting shops along the perimeter of the square. I found one with unbelievable gastronomic delights made out of any kind of fish.

Place Bellecour (Bellecour Square)

by Fam_Stoica

Measuring 310x200 m, the Place Bellecour is the largest square in Lyon, the 4th largest square in France (after Place de la Concorde in Paris, Place du Pâtis or Place du 18 Juin 1940 in Montargis and Place des Quinconces in Bordeaux) and the largest pedestrian square in Europe.

In the centre of Place Bellecour stands an equestrian statue of King Louis XIV, erected by François-Frédéric Lemot in 1825.

Vieux Lyon

by charlottespencer

A friend and I went youth hostelling in France last year at the tender age of 17. Vieux Lyon is the place to go - not Lyon Part Dieu. We stayed in a youth hostel in Vieux Lyon (go to www.hihostels.com for more information). The walk to the hostel was a bit steep, but the view from the balcony is well worth it. We could see the whole of Lyon and it was beautiful. We visited the nearby churches, and walked around the old town. The old buildings are charming and beautiful. We also went shopping in Bellecours, where there some good shops and a useful Intermarche (though French supermarket food is totally different to anything in England. A bit of a culture shock.) You don't have to walk up the hill if you're lazy, because there's a "funiculaire" up the hill, an extension of the underground metro system, which is quiet, well-ventilated, and has piped 80s pop music playing in the background ("don't, don't you want me? You know I can't believe it when you say that you don't need me!") For lunch: we went to the market by the river and bought ourselves a baguette, goat's cheese and some baby tomatoes. The cheese was gorgeous and the baby tomatoes - the baby tomatoes were so good they were almost a spiritual experience.

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