Enjoy the city of Lyon and stay in this spacious apartment completely renovated. Its beams and stones, as well as the large glass roof and the wonderful master suite ensure the exceptional character of the flat. Its coziness will make your stay in Lyon even better!
On the first floor, opening on to an inner courtyard stands this sublime Canut apartment of 70m2 that will make your stay even more amazing than it will already be! Furthermore, it is ideally located in the heart of a historic district of Lyon, a 10-minute walk from Place des Terreaux.
You will be pleased by a welcoming home with the main room consisting of a large living room with sofa. TV and WiFi are also available as well as unlimited calling time in France. There is also a dining area with a table and 6 chairs where you can have lunch in a friendly atmosphere and share memories.
Then you have an open kitchen with everything required: washing machine, dishwasher, oven, microwave, coffee machine, kettle, dishes, pots, plates…Everything has been well laid out so that you can spend a most comfortable and enjoyable stay…
In the bedroom area you will find a mezzanine with a bed 160x200, a dressing room and a bathroom with toilet.
The master suite has a bed 160x200, large storage cupboards and a private bathroom with Italian shower, bath and hairdryer for an unforgettable experience. You will discover a refined bathroom, chic and elegant for your biggest pleasure!
This spacious loft will surely guarantee an exceptional stay.
Here, to guide you, a description of Lyon must-sees!
Central district of Lyon, it extends between Rhone and Saone, and constitutes the 2nd and 1st districts. You will enjoy in the commercial districts the fine end of 19th Century Buildings, as well as the diverse shops and places to eat. Go and enjoy the Rue Mercier in which you will be able to find great restaurants that serve typical Lyonnese food.
The Peninsula has been categorized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Place des Terreaux was once the site of the guillotine, put into regular use in Lyon during the French Revolution! Today it is an unavoidable place of release for the Lyonnais.
The Hotel de Ville is one of the most imposing and remarkable historic buildings in Lyon.
The Museum of Fine Arts is one of the most important in France and has works by Picasso, Matisse, Degas, Van Gogh ... The museum is housed in a former 17th century convent and has a peaceful courtyard where you can go Sit even if you are not visiting the museum.
The fountain Bartholdi was the result of a competition to design a fountain for the Place des Quinconces in Bordeaux. Frédéric Bartholdi won the competition but his design was not realized until many years later, after the success of his "Statue of Liberty" in New York. The Bartholdi Fontaine was exhibited at the Paris Exhibition in 1889 and seen by the mayor of Lyon who wanted it for his city. The fountain has a woman and a child on a chariot to symbolize France. It is surrounded by four biggest rivers of France symbolized by four horses.
Close to the Place des Terreaux, there is the Opera building. Lyon Opéra House, the Nouvel Opéra, is named after Jean Nouvel, one of the leading architects of France who redesigned the building between 1985 and 1993.
Walk south to see the church of St Nizier which is Gothic, but has a Renaissance portal.
The Palais du Commerce, also known as the Palais de la Bourse, which was built in 1860 and is one of the most imposing buildings in Lyon.
Nearby is the 14th century church of Saint Bonaventure which was once part of the Convent of the Cordeliers.
In the center of the 2nd arrondissement and no less than 12 roads meet on the square which has a large fountain in its center, which makes it one of the most beautiful places in Lyon. Rue Mercière is located just next door, historically it was the street where the printers were located, today is composed of many restaurants and bouchons lyonnais.
The Théâtre des Célestins was built in Italian style in 1877. It is named after the Célestins convent, which occupied the site before the theater. It has undergone major renovations and is now a fabulous place to watch a wide selection of theater.
The banks of the Rhône
The Hôpital Hôtel-Dieu, which was built in the 12th century and renovated in the 17th century during the period of great prosperity of Lyon thanks to its growing silk industry. It is under renovation.
The largest pedestrian square in Europe. It is surrounded by beautiful 19th century buildings. In the center is a statue of Louis XIV on a horse. Place Bellecour is the site of an ice rink during the winter and also a "big wheel" is installed every winter. Every Friday evening at 8:30 pm Place Bellecour is the starting point for the Lyon roller-coaster ride (similar to the one in Paris).
In the area called the Carré d'Or between Place Bellecour and Cordeliers, there are more than 70 designer shops and well-known stores. Branded stores are particularly centered around Edouard Herriot Street. Between Rue Victor Hugo and Rue de la République is one of the largest pedestrian shopping areas in Europe.
South of the Place Bellecour in the district of Ainay is the Basilica St Martin d'Ainay. It is one of the few Romanesque-style basilicas in Lyon. You can continue in the street Victor Hugo where there are many shops.
From Part-Dieu train and metro station:
- Metro B to Charpennes, stop Charpennes then Metro A to Perrache, stop Hôtel de Ville and continue with a 10 minute walk
- Bus C13 to Croix Rousse Nord, stop Hotel de Ville then Bus C18 direction Croix Rousse Nord, stop Marie du 1er.
From Perrache train station:
- Metro A to Vaulx en Velin, stop Hotel de Ville then Bus C18 to Croix Rousse Nord, stop Mairie du 1er.
Have a nice stay!