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ibis Lyon Palais des Congres Caluire hotel

3-star hotel

Economy hotel for business and leisure

  • Participating

    Le club Accorhotels

    This hotel participates fully in the Le Club AccorHotels program.You will benefit from all of the advantages of Le Club Accorhotels in this hotel (earn & burn points and receive in-hotel benefits).
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Restaurant - ibis Lyon Palais des Congres Caluire
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Practical information

    • Wireless Internet connection
    • Bus/coach parking area
    • Private indoor parking - Paying
    • Wheelchair access
    • Rooms for guests with reduced mobility - Contact the hotel: 4
    • Pet allowed
      5.00 EUR
    • ibis innovation : new bedding for absolute comfort
    • Check in to your room early! - Paying
    • Online Meal Offer - Paying
    • Enjoy the comfort of your room for longer! - Paying
    • Online Check-in / Fast Check-out
  • Number of rooms: 114
  • Hotel location: Beside a river
  • Main point of interest: PALAIS DES CONGRES (1.00 km)

From 62.10 EUR 1

59.00 EUR


Lyon restaurant & bar

Hotel code: 5234

  • Restaurant(s): 1

  • Bar(s): 1




Type of cuisine:Wine bar

Opening hours:18H00-23H00

A wine bar where the food marries beautifully with wine

  • Air conditioning

  • Non smoking area



People gather at the bar at all times of the day for a bit of me-time. Foodies will love our "Petites Faims" menu with its famous snacks, which can be enjoyed in the bar or in your room.
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Hotel classifications (1 to 5 stars for France) correspond to criteria laid down by local regulations.