PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Hospitality is the oldest tradition of the Hôtel-Dieu de Lyon, which welcomed international visitors from the Middle Ages during their stage to cross the Rhone bridge (today Pont de la Guillotière). Its facade and large dome, designed in the 18th century by Jacques-Germain Soufflot, are emblematic of Lyon, capital city in the history of France.

  • The InterContinental Lyon – Hotel Dieu is at the heart of the Peninsula of Lyon, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999.

  • Converted from a historic hospital on the banks of the Rhone, and designed by Jean-Philippe Nuel, a world reference in luxury hotel design, The 144 rooms and suites of the hotel, offer magical views of the Rhone, Notre-Dame de Fourviere, our French gardens and historic courtyards, and more broadly, the city of Lyon.

  • The Epona restaurant, located on the ground floor of the InterContinental Lyon – Hôtel-Dieu, gets its name from an extremely popular goddess of Gaul (Celtic) mythology, patron saint of horseriding and travel.

  • The majestic dome hosts one of the most impressive bars in the world: the Dome, whose name directly pays tribute to the place, signed Jacques-Germain Soufflot, is one of the top A-Lister watering holes in town.

  • The Spa Le Tigre is dedicated to the well-being of 830m2 spread over three levels, offering various services including private yoga or pilates, to a relaxtion room, 3 cabins of care provided by Deep Nature.

EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE

We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.

  • Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
  • Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
  • Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
  • Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
  • Complimentary private airport transfers.
  • Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
  • Early check-in and late check-out.
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi.
  • Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.

A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.

ACTIVITIES:


The Basilica of Notre Dame de Fourviere

The Basilica, so emblematic of Lyon, located right in the heart of what is locally known as the ‘hill that prays’, overlooks the Old Lyon quarter and offers a panoramic view of the city: on a clear day one can even catch a glimpse of the Mont Blanc! Access the summit in mere minutes by means of the funicular trains that leave from the historic quarter below. The basilica, a Neo-Byzantine work of art by the architect Pierre Bossan never fails to surprise with the exuberance of its interior decor and the four soaring towers that have earned it nickname of ‘the upside-down elephant’



Le Vieux Lyon

The historic city centre on the banks of the Saone River, offers visitors enchanting walks amid the narrow, paved streets and Renaissance architecture, together with the alleyways and their traditional boutiques. Enjoy a moment on the terrace of one of the many cafes with their colourful red and white Vichy tablecloths, so typical of the local restaurants, affectionately known as « bouchons ». The real highlight is of course the Cathedral dedicated to St John the Baptist.



Le Musée des Confluences

The newest arrival in Lyons offers a rather unusual environment with its modern, present-day architecture and urban planning. The focal point is « Le Musée des Confluences », for all the world like a 2000 m² cabinet of curiosities, housing a superb collection of over 2 million objects from many different walks of life, all retracing the human saga. You really must visit this wonderful avant-garde monument that is fast becoming one of the iconic symbols of the city.



The Peninsula

Ideally situated between the Saône and the Rhône rivers, the Lyon Presqu’Ile is famous for its 19th century bourgeois architecture, making it a must see during your stay. Classified a World Heritage site by UNESCO, this neighborhood is home to cultural areas such as the Place Bellecour, one of the largest pedestrian areas in Europe, as well as the Place des Terreaux and the superb Fine Arts museum. Stroll through the streets and visit the local markets, booksellers’ stalls and gourmet food outlets including the Maison Pralus with its famous pink praline brioche bread.


The Tête d’Or Park

Check out the city’s green lung, inaugurated in 1857,the same year as Central Park in New York. Swap the business of the city for shady walks. Perfect for a family outing, the park offers a host of activities for young and old alike, with a chance to visit the zoo or ramble in the botanical gardens and the rose arbors that provide a glorious backdrop. Boats are available at the pier for those who wish to explore the two islands in the lake. Enjoy a well-deserved break in this enchanting setting.



The Red Cross

The hill that works », located to the North of the peninsula will take you back in time to the world of the silk workers, known as « The Canuts », who lived back then in this wonderful village-like atmosphere. In the 16th century a royal edict granted the city the monopoly of the silk industry, giving a great boost to the vitality and growth of Lyons.



The Lumiere Institute

Here, tribute is paid to Cinematography: the most magical creation of those extraordinary inventors of the 19th century, Auguste & Louis Lumière. The Château Lumière, the family property that actually witnessed the creation of what became known as the 7th art, is currently a museum that retraces a truly legendary era. The museum is also the hub of cinematographic distribution, offering outstanding and wonderfully weird screenings in this privileged setting where it all began hundreds of years ago.



Les Halles Bocuse

Created in 1971, under the patronage of triple Michelin-starred chef Paul Bocuse, this temple of Lyonnais gastronomy brings together over fifty traders wishing to highlight the excellent quality of local produce. This indoor market is an ode to all things gourmet and is the perfect place to find specialties such as brioche sausage or Lyonnais dumplings.



The Painted Walls

Throughout the city, the history of Lyon is told and staged on the Painted Walls. This local curiosity was first developed in the 19th century by artists who wished to make art and culture accessible to all. Major works like the Canute Wall or the Cinema Wall allow visitors to immerse themselves in local heritage.



The Festival of Lights

Every year to mark December 8th, the city is clothed in a mantle of light, thanks to the consummate engineering skills of scenic artists whose displays highlight every single one of the city’s monuments. For the past twenty years, Lyon plunges into the life and light for four evenings with a series of illuminations offering a spectacle to delight young and old alike.



Enjoy the fresh air in the vineyards

The city is surrounded by prestigious vineyards: to the south the world-famous Condrieu or Côte Rôtie appellations, to the east the wines of the Savoie, while to the north in the immediate proximity are the great Burgundy and Beaujolais vintages. Less than an hour from the historic center of the city, it is possible to enjoy a peaceful walk in the countryside where the vine-growers welcome visitors with open arms and share with them their unique ancestral knowledge that has made this region famous and the envy of the whole world!



Vienna

Located about 30 minutes from Lyon, this Gallo-Roman city has some remains that are still visible nowadays. Charming Vienna will delight the passionate of the history and art. With its annual world famous Jazz festival celebrated in the majestic setting of the ancient theater, Vienna is an indispensable step and in the continuity of your stay if you enjoyed the Gallo-Roman sites of Lyon.



Perouges Village

Less than an hour from the capital of Gaul, this medieval city is classified as one of the most beautiful villages in France. You will be seduced by its cobbled streets, fortifications and atypical architecture. The city hosts every year a music festival during “The Spring of Pérouges”. Do not forget to taste the local specialty: the famous galette au sucre of Pérouges.



Miribel Jonage Park

For a change of scenery at the gates of Lyon for all sports and the great outdoors lovers, the large park of Miribel Jonage is 2200 hectares of unspoiled nature and one of the favorite places for people from Lyon. You can practice an impressive amount of leisure sports: golf, canoeing, windsurfing, mountain biking, horse riding, etc … This is the ideal place to come with your family during the heat of August to have lunch, and to swim in the lake. Each year, a festival of music and street theater takes place in August: the Woodstower festival.



Annecy Lake

Escape for a day along one of the purest and most beautiful lakes in Europe. Its grandiose natural setting will allow you to enjoy a wide choice of summer and winter sports activities. Between two swims, you can also, enjoy the city with its cobbled streets, winding canals and pastel colored houses for a lunch or dinner in a unique setting.



The bird park

With nearly 300 species of birds from all continents, the Bird Park is one of the largest biodiversity reserves of its kind in Europe. The birds coexist in different living spaces redesigned closer to their natural spaces. You will also have the opportunity to admire a breathtaking spectacle of birds in flight. The bird park is located in Villars Les Dombes (40 minutes from Lyon). This ornithological park will appeal to young and old alike.

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InterContinental Lyon Hotel Dieu Lobby

Hospitality is the oldest tradition of the Hôtel-Dieu de Lyon, which welcomed international visitors from the Middle Ages during their stage to cross the Rhone bridge (today Pont de la Guillotière). Its facade and large dome, designed in the 18th century by Jacques-Germain Soufflot, are emblematic of Lyon, capital city in the history of France. Lyon is beautiful. The InterContinental Lyon – Hotel Dieu is at the heart of the Peninsula of Lyon, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999. On the Fourvière hill, Lyon is Gallo-Roman, on its slopes, it becomes Renaissance, to its feet, the peninsula offers the best of the 18th and 19th centuries. Designed by Jean-Philippe Nuel, a world reference in luxury hotel design, The 144 rooms and suites of the hotel, offer magical views of the Rhone, Notre-Dame de Fourviere, our French gardens and historic courtyards, and more broadly, the city of Lyon.

The Epona restaurant, located on the ground floor of the InterContinental Lyon – Hôtel-Dieu, gets its name from an extremely popular goddess of Gaul (Celtic) mythology, patron saint of horseriding and travel. True heart of this historic building at the time, it is now the nerve center of the Hotel. Under its keystone of 32 meters, this majestic dome hosts one of the most impressive bars in the world: the Dome, whose name directly pays tribute to the place, signed Jacques-Germain Soufflot. The Spa Le Tigre is dedicated to the well-being of 830m2 spread over three levels, offering various services: from the break gourmet groceries, through private yoga or pilates, to a rest room, 3 cabins of care provided by Deep Nature.

Designed by Jean-Philippe Nuel, a world reference in luxury hotel design, The 144 rooms and suites of the hotel, offer magical views of the Rhone, Notre-Dame de Fourviere, our French gardens and historic courtyards, and more broadly, the city of Lyon.

InterContinental Lyon Hotel Dieu Superior Room

Superior Room

The Superior Rooms are contemporary in elegance and provide a haven of peace where comfort and luxury blend. These majestic rooms from 28 to 35 m2 offer a most breathtaking view of the various courtyards and historic gardens of the Hôtel-Dieu. Chef Mathieu Charrois and his team offer you an exclusive Room Service at InterContinental Lyon – Hotel Dieu. Whether for breakfast or in-room dining, we invite you to discover great classics of French cuisine as well as Lyon specialties, Like the famous “quenelle lyonnaise” or “ la cervelle de canut” (a cheese specialty made with faisselle with herbs).

InterContinental Lyon Hotel Dieu Deluxe Room

Deluxe Room

The Deluxe Rooms are 35 m² large and can accommodate up to three people. These generous and warm rooms offer a vast space decorated with contemporary elegance and a unique view of one of the historic courtyards or gardens of the Hôtel-Dieu. Chef Mathieu Charrois and his team offer you an exclusive Room Service at InterContinental Lyon – Hotel Dieu. Whether for breakfast or in-room dining, we invite you to discover great classics of French cuisine as well as Lyon specialties, Like the famous “quenelle lyonnaise” or “ la cervelle de canut” (a cheese specialty made with faisselle with herbs).

InterContinental Lyon Hotel Dieu Executive King Room with River View

Executive River View Room

Executive River View Rooms are located on the highest floor of the hotel. They offer first-class seats the opportunity to witness a breathtaking panorama of the Rhone and the city of Lyon. These spaces of around 38m2 allow you to benefit from all the luxurious comfort dreamed for your stay. Chef Mathieu Charrois and his team offer you an exclusive Room Service at InterContinental Lyon – Hotel Dieu. Whether for breakfast or in-room dining, we invite you to discover great classics of French cuisine as well as Lyon specialties, Like the famous “quenelle lyonnaise” or “ la cervelle de canut” (a cheese specialty made with faisselle with herbs).

InterContinental Lyon Hotel Dieu Club Room with Two Beds
InterContinental Lyon Hotel Dieu Club King Room with Lounge Access

Club Rooms

The Club Rooms offer all the comfort of an Executive Rhone view while opening the doors of the Club Lounge .. From breakfast included, snacks and drinks throughout the day, to its spaces. work and relaxation, through his happy hour and his personal welcome. Give yourself this pleasure … Chef Mathieu Charrois and his team offer you an exclusive Room Service at InterContinental Lyon – Hotel Dieu. Whether for breakfast or in-room dining, we invite you to discover great classics of French cuisine as well as Lyon specialties, Like the famous “quenelle lyonnaise” or “ la cervelle de canut” (a cheese specialty made with faisselle with herbs).

InterContinental Lyon Hotel Dieu Family Suite

The Family Suite

Enjoy all the chic and contemporary elegance of this spacious family suite of 60 m2. It is divided into two separate areas where parents can enjoy their privacy and children discover special attention in the room. Chef Mathieu Charrois and his team offer you an exclusive Room Service at InterContinental Lyon – Hotel Dieu. Whether for breakfast or in-room dining, we invite you to discover great classics of French cuisine as well as Lyon specialties, Like the famous “quenelle lyonnaise” or “ la cervelle de canut” (a cheese specialty made with faisselle with herbs).

InterContinental Lyon Hotel Dieu Junior Suite

Junior Suites

Enjoy a spectacular view of the Rhone and the city of Lyon in these spacious Junior Suites of about fifty sqm. In this bright and contemporary luxury setting, relax in your private lounge and enjoy the comfort of the spacious hall. bathroom consisting of a bath and a walk-in shower. Chef Mathieu Charrois and his team offer you an exclusive Room Service at InterContinental Lyon – Hotel Dieu. Whether for breakfast or in-room dining, we invite you to discover great classics of French cuisine as well as Lyon specialties, Like the famous “quenelle lyonnaise” or “ la cervelle de canut” (a cheese specialty made with faisselle with herbs).

InterContinental Lyon Hotel Dieu Duplex Suite

Duplex Suites

Expect to be surprised from the first step by entering these spaces specific to the InterContinental Lyon Hotel-Dieu. To respect the charisma of this historical building, we enter through the first floor and go down to the room. The Duplex Suite offers you the verticality of a 6 meter high window and the horizon of a breathtaking view of the Rhone and the city of Lyon. Ideal option for a family holiday. Chef Mathieu Charrois and his team offer you an exclusive Room Service at InterContinental Lyon – Hotel Dieu. Whether for breakfast or in-room dining, we invite you to discover great classics of French cuisine as well as Lyon specialties, Like the famous “quenelle lyonnaise” or “ la cervelle de canut” (a cheese specialty made with faisselle with herbs).

InterContinental Lyon Hotel Dieu Prestige Suite

The Prestige Suite

This incredible Prestige suite with private lounge offers all the comfort of a spacious room overlooking our French garden. Enjoy your private terrace sipping a cocktail or enjoying a candlelit dinner to admire, day or night, the spectacle of the Soufflot Dome of the Hôtel-Dieu and its historic courtyard. Chef Mathieu Charrois and his team offer you an exclusive Room Service at InterContinental Lyon – Hotel Dieu. Whether for breakfast or in-room dining, we invite you to discover great classics of French cuisine as well as Lyon specialties, Like the famous “quenelle lyonnaise” or “ la cervelle de canut” (a cheese specialty made with faisselle with herbs).

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The Presidential Suite

Nowhere else in the world is the unique experience of staying in the heart of the Hôtel-Dieu. Top 26 meters, the dome signed by the architect Soufflot is offered to you from the balconies of the Presidential Suite with contemporary design and sleek. The 150 square meters include a living room, a dining room and a bedroom. Chef Mathieu Charrois and his team offer you an exclusive Room Service at InterContinental Lyon – Hotel Dieu. Whether for breakfast or in-room dining, we invite you to discover great classics of French cuisine as well as Lyon specialties, Like the famous “quenelle lyonnaise” or “ la cervelle de canut” (a cheese specialty made with faisselle with herbs).

Young French chef Mathieu Charrois arrived in gourmet Lyon by way of Beirut, French Polynesia, London and New Caledonia and his fashionable bistronomique cuisine reflects his culinary journey with a fusion of Lyonnais dishes and on-trend world flavours. Cervelle de canuts (literally ‘silk weavers’ brains’ but actually a creamy, faintly cheesy, chive-spiked dip that Lyon’s 18th-century silk weavers ate for breakfast) is served with poppy-seed toasts, fennel and an ‘offal-y’ good gribiche sauce accompanies centuries-old tête de veau (veal’s head), and Lyonnais quenelles (pike-perch dumplings) are restyled as crisp sticks dipped in a rich crayfish and spinach bisque. Dessert is an agonizing toss-up between praline tart with almond ice-cream or pea-green Chartreuse parfait and granita. The excellent wine list features Rhône Valley wines by small producers impossible to find outside the region. A signature Le Dôme cocktail (pink praline syrup, pink Champagne, Elyx vodka and lemon) or afternoon tea in hotel bar La Dôme – fast becoming a fashionable address in its own right – is a highlight of any stay.

InterContinental Lyon Hotel Dieu Epona

The Epona Restaurant

The Epona restaurant, located on the ground floor of the InterContinental Lyon – Hôtel-Dieu, gets its name from an extremely popular goddess of Gaul (Celtic) mythology, patron saint of horseriding and travel. It stretches from the concierge desk, all along the imposing facade of the building, embracing its historical architectural composition : stone floor, wood ceiling and plain plaster walls. The luminous restaurant, that traverses the building, seats 100 and is bordered by large windows opening onto the Cour Saint-Louis, part of the former Hôtel-Dieu. The wooded terrace, for all the world like a tranquil cloister, is actually the former medicinal garden! On sunny days, this timeless space can seat a further 100 patrons in a quiet, convivial atmosphere.

InterContinental Lyon Hotel Dieu Le D?me

Le Dôme

True heart of this historic building at the time, it is now the nerve center of the Hotel. Under its keystone of 32 meters, this majestic dome hosts one of the most impressive bars in the world: the Dome, whose name directly pays tribute to the place, signed Jacques-Germain Soufflot. Once again, Jean-Philippe Nuel through the choice of furniture, showcases with respect and taste the unique historical architecture while highlighting the new more modern identity, greatly boosted by paintings by Manuela Paul-Cavallier.

InterContinental Lyon Hotel Dieu Club Lounge (1)

The Club Lounge

At the InterContinental Lyon – Hotel Dieu we make it a point of honor that our best customers feel pampered throughout their stay. Thus, we put at their disposal a completely reserved space.

A well-equipped fitness room is freely accessible 24 hours and guests have complimentary use of a sauna, steam room, yoga classes and more when they book a massage or bodycare treatment at Spa Le Tigre in the Grand Hôtel Dieu complex.

InterContinental Lyon Hotel Dieu Spa

Spa Le Tigre

The InterContinental Lyon – Hotel Dieu, in partnership with the Spa Le Tigre, invites you to relax during your stay… The Spa Le Tigre is located within the walls of the Grand Hôtel-Dieu, you just have to follow the interior corridors, to discover a space dedicated to the well-being of 830m2 spread over three levels, offering various services: from the break gourmet groceries, through private yoga or pilates, to a rest room, 3 cabins of care provided by Deep Nature. Any Hotel guest is assured of enjoying a privileged welcome, and benefits for any care treatment ordered of an unlimited access to the sauna and the hammam. In addition to this, the hotel guest will have access to the fitness room to indulge in running on carpets, cycling, elliptical trainer, rowing machine, or bodybuilding.

Area & Location

Area, Country
Lyon, France
Nearest Airport
Lyon Saint Exupéry Airport, Lyon
Local Currency
Euro
Time Change
GMT +1:00
Language
French
Best time to go
April through November.

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