Appart’City Confort Lyon Gerland3.0 out of 5.0
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I tried to stay positive, but I couldn't. Maybe we had bad luck with our room, but I can't imagine they didn't hear this from previous guests. Our sink leaked. It wasn't even covered, you could just see the pipes under the sink and behind the toilet. We were brushing our teeth and suddenly my feet got wet. Water was draining from the sink. Then my boyfriend showered and the water in the bath tub (which had 4 obvious holes in it) did not flush away, so he was standing in water. It was apparently clogged. Literally 15cm of water, I'm not even exaggerating. It flushed away very slowly. The walls were dirty, there were grey, black and brown stains everywhere. We didn't use the kitchen, because it said you had to clean everything yourself and otherwise an extra fee would be charged. Not knowing how well the previous guests cleaned it we decided to eat elsewhere. In my opinion in a 3-star hotel housekeeping should take care of it. I don't think we will return here. The nice staff noted our complaints. Usually we never complain but we thought this went too far.
This is a favorite hotel, because the rooms are comfortable and spaceous, include kitchenettes, and the price is just right. Breakfast is easy, and well prepared. Staff are friendly, and internet is reliable.
Last minute reservation and what a nice surprise. The staff made all their possible to make the stay a good one. The room was clean and to have a kitchenette while in a long stay was a great choice. The location is just in front of the metro station of one of the main lines.
Stayed here during Euro 2016. 4 guys. Was fine and dos the job for us. Nothin fancy. Staff were nice and friendly. Location is good as metro across road. 5 stops to old town part of Lyon which takes approx 20 mins. Wifi was hit and miss. Would return for a trip like this but for couples maybe not.
Booked last minute for 2 nights for Eurocup 2016. Friendly staff, clean hotel, sizable rooms and strong wifi €1 a day. Laundry across from the reception desk in hotel made it very convenient also. The best part for me was the hotel is literally at the Metro station, perfect for running in and out of city center and Train station in 15-20 min door to door. I would stay here next time in Lyon- simply for the value and convenience! Didn't eat breakfast there, loaded the fridge w water and meat|cheeses/bread from Les Halles de Lyon (recommended). For others expecting nightlife around here, there isn't and everything shuts down.
Stayed here over night whilst travelling from Lucerne to Barcelona. The room was spacious, clean and comfortable. The rooms are nothing special but great for a budget hotel and in reasonable distance to Lyon (public transport or car is needed). Overall a good stay
Booked this via Hotwire at the last minute so in fact we didn't choose this hotel per se. We were driving and there is plenty of free parking along the avenue jean jaures but I think the hotel has its own for a fee. The jean jaures metro is literally outside the front door and jean macé is a brisk 5 min walk. The hotel is ok - could do with a bit of updating but we paid 70€ for a one bedroom studio for 2 adults and an 8 yr old. The appartment was pretty big and in a reasonable state. It's not a place you would stay in for the experience rather for location and or price especially if you were staying for a while as there is a fully equipped kitchenette. We walked into town Bellecour in 30mins and a little longer to Confluence. In sum I probably wouldn't choose to stay there again but if I got it again via Hotwire I wouldn't be too upset either.
We stayed at the Park & Suites back in January for one night. it was a nice, basic but comfortable hotel with a kitchenette and average sized bathroom. if you're not looking for something fancy and overpriced then this hotel is probably a good choice.
And what's in a studio? Living, sleeping, and cooking all in one room perhaps. Not the smallest hotel room we've stayed in but smaller than the Travelodge a couple of weeks ago. 2 upright chairs, one at a sort of shelf with the tv on it and one at a square one sticking out next to the wardrobe. No easy chairs or table so living room? 2 electric rings, a sink, and a microwave in an alcove between the bedroom and the bathroom. Is it a sink if there is no plug? After all, you've just got running water. An electric kettle. No coffee making apparatus of any kind. Don't take any notice of the adverts which show a coffee machine. We asked if there was a cafetiere or anything but apparently 'it' was already in use. Just a frying pan (but we didn't really want to be cooking); 2 large plates, 2 small plates, 2 odd knives forks and dessert spoons; 1 mug 1 cup; 2 small glass tumblers. No kitchen utensils, no bread board or knife, no bowls, no wine glasses, no teaspoons. The reception staff were helpful but limited. When we complained we got: another mug, 2 teaspoons, a bathroom sink plug so too small, 2 bowls, 2 more small tumblers, a teapot to make coffee in (yes really). There is no inventory so no idea what you should have. Last but not least, the pillows are like small cushions and they don't have any spares. On the plus side. It was warm enough, fairly quiet, the lights worked, there was hot water. The metro station is outside and there is a decent supermarket round the corner. Minus side. It isn't in an attractive part of town and the choice of somewhere nice to eat nearby was very limited.
The foyer was nice although the dining space was very average, it set up better for the buffet breakfast than for a dinner space. The staff member who ran the morning buffet was not interested in providing any specific service, we ran out of bowls and she did not attend when I asked nicely for some more. The bathrooms and bedroom were very clean, with good wifi and comfy beds. It is not exceptionally close to the centre of town, but transport is available.
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30% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 197 reviews