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Each room is personalized down to the last detail and dressed in dramatic, vibrant hues. Everything element in harmony with the others: moulded ceilin...
With a view of the cobblestones of Vieux Lyon, this room offers a renaissance atmosphere with taffeta fabrics and exposed beams. Each headboard is a u...
Bright and spacious, this corner room with 5 windows overlooks the Place du Petit Collège, with a view of the Gadagne Museum. The Piazzetta room featu...
The artist Hervé Thibaut has transformed the rooms, suites and apartments into living works of art, each unique. Some have murals portraying an Italia...
Each an exceptional space all its own. Comprised of a living room with a fireplace, a separate bedroom with either a king or two twin beds, large bath...
Set on three levels, the signature Ateliers immerse you in a unique atmosphere, like that of a creator’s studio. The Painter's Atelier and the Photogr...
A cozy nest in the architectural spirit of Cour des Loges, featuring a hand-crafted headboard. View of the courtyards and the typical architecture of...
This hotel is a treasure from the Italian Renaissance. The Cour des Loges looks like a fortress from the middle ages in the middle of the city. The Cour des Loges 5 Star Hotel in the heart of Lyon is the best place to stay if you want a luxurious, custom-made trip. It is in the old part of the city. It is in a group of buildings that date from the 14th to the 17th century. So, the hotel is close to the city's main attractions, like shopping and cultural landmarks.
Stay in the heart of Vieux-Lyon and have a unique stay in the historic area. Moreover, you can call or email the hotel for check-in and check-out times. There are also concierges at the "Clefs-d'Or" hotels who will take care of your needs, no matter what kind of trip you have in mind.
A quiet little lane in the old town's cobblestone center is so beautiful that you can't help but keep your head up as you walk. The beautiful medieval and Renaissance buildings will surround you. There are also a lot of smaller museums that you can reach on foot. Furthermore, in Vieux Lyon, there is a very convenient metro station.
This five-star boutique hotel is a popular place to get married and have a honeymoon. Four Renaissance homes were used to build the hotel, which has spiral staircases, narrow alleys, Italianate loggias, and private balconies.
Moreover, the color combinations are rich and period-appropriate. Plus, the furniture is also period-appropriate, so it looks like it was made for the time. Cour des Loges is very good at making guests feel like they're in a very private place, even in public places.
Everything is top-notch, from the reception desk of the concierge to the valet service. You can also order room service. Plus, if you want to work out, there is a gym where you can do that.
The Pure Altitude Spa has a waterfall and current-filled indoor pool and a sauna, steam room, and whirlpools. Then there are the peaceful hanging gardens of bamboo-shaded sundecks on different levels.
They end with three beehives that produce 30 kg of honey for the hotel each year, which are many people's favorite hidden nooks and corners.
There are 60 guest rooms at the hotel. Four of them are "suites." You can see a big, sunny lobby or garden or plaza from your room in many places. The air-conditioned rooms are different in size and layout, but they are all beautiful and have well-kept bathrooms. Many of them have both a bathtub and a shower stall. Each room has a different look.
A nod to Le Corbusier, some open-plan rooms have claw-footed baths just inches from the bed. They are small and cleverly use very little space. Ceilings made of dark wood with vaulted rafters are in many of the hotel's most important rooms from the olden times.
Additionally, the rooms come with a minibar, two phones, electronic window blinds, and a TV with pay-TV and satellite. There is also Wi-fi, a vanity table, a hairdryer, and a vanity mirror. Furthermore, the bathrooms have a sink with a modern design and a hot tub that has lights in the water.
You can eat your breakfast there all day long. It's in the hotel's indoor courtyard, which has a glass roof and a lot of food options. Michelin star restaurant Les Loges is open for dinner from Tuesday through Saturday and lunch on Sunday.
Candles are part of the elegant table décor, and expert chef Anthony Bonnet is cooking up a storm. Black truffles are served with onion cream, meringue-topped apples are baked with celery and farm cider, and Char Lake Fish is infused with cocoa bean confit in this chef's restaurant. The ingredients come from France.
People who go to the Café Épicerie are treated like VIPs in the best tradition of the city's top restaurants. The hotel restaurant has a modern look that emphasizes the central theme. At the Bar, guests can enjoy a wide range of cocktails made by knowledgeable bartenders in a cozy setting.
Le Fumoir, a smoking area with a piano, is next to the Bar. It has excellent tastings of whiskey and cigars from around the world. In addition, there is a way to get to the hotel's arched wine cellar from the hotel's lower level.
An old set of chairs in the Chapter Room adds to the atmosphere of wine lectures and tasting sessions led by trained wine experts.
A magic way to unwind. Learn about a well-being temple in the style of the Roman Baths. The Pure Altitude Spa has two treatment rooms where you can enjoy a moment of complete calm and quiet. When you get a facial or a massage that makes you feel good, you feel better.
There are a lot of businesses and restaurants in the pedestrian-only, cobblestoned lanes around the historic Cour des Loges in Lyon's old town. However, there is very little parking in this touristy area. So, people who want to go there must make a reservation by calling the hotel first.
Additionally, hotel guests can go to the Musee Tiny et Cinema. This small museum shows miniature movie sets and other things that look like they belong in the movies. Guests can also walk to the Basilica of Notre Dame de la Fourvière in about 10 minutes, and the Musée des Beaux-Arts is a 12-minute walk across the river. Furthermore, there is a 30-minute drive from the hotel to Lyon's St. Exupéry Airport.
When you stay at the opulent Cour des Loges, you can still feel Renaissance Lyon's grandeur and majesty. It is in an old 14th-century traboule and has five-star rooms and a spa that has won awards. Moreover, Old Vieux Lyon's ancient labyrinth, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, is the best place to take a look at and enjoy.
Located on a quiet street in the pedestrian area of the Old Town’s cobbled center, Cour des Loges hotel offers both a central and secluded setting.
Dine in the hotel’s romantic courtyard at Michelin-starred restaurant Les Loges, spearheaded by chef Anthony Bonnet and his team.
Lyon charms with rustic gastronomic delights, renovated riverfronts, and cobbled alleyways bustling with artisans and craftsmen.