Enjoy stunning views from our central hotel in Lyon's Part-Dieu Tower
Located within the top section of the Part-Dieu Tower, the Radisson Blu Hotel in Lyon boasts breathtaking views of the city center and the Alps. Contemporary architecture and sophisticated design characterize this newly renovated hotel. This stylish space also offers an excellent level of service that will make your trip to Lyon truly memorable.
The perfect base for your French city break
The hotel's central location is within easy walking distance of many of Lyon's most notable attractions, including the historic Vieux Lyon district, the Théâtre des Célestins, Fourvière Hill, the Croix-Rousse Hill and the banks of the Rhône. While staying with us, you can easily immerse yourself in this singular city, whether strolling past the secret passageways of the Traboules du Vieux-Lyon or enjoying a night out at one of the city's many nightclubs. You can also take in the vistas of the city while sipping a cocktail at Celest Bar Restaurant on the 32nd floor. If you'd like to venture out to the French Alps or the Beaujolais vineyards, the Radisson Blu is next to a tram stop and the Gare de la Part-Dieu train station.
Modern rooms with breathtaking views in the heart of Lyon
Standard Room - City View
Superior Room - Panoramic Monts d'Or View
Premium Room - Panoramic Old Town View
Junior Suite - Panoramic Old Town View
Family Stay - 2 Connected Rooms - City View
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Founded by the Romans in the 1st century B.C., this charming city has played an important role in the development of Europe. Many of the city's important architectural and historical monuments are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. Today, you can stroll through the multitude of curved streets that form Vieux Lyon. The old town sits at the base of Fourvière Hill, which you can hike or drive to the top of, in order to see the Basilica of Notre-Dame de Fourvière. Find more information on our recommended points of interest.
How to get to the Radisson Blu Hotel, Lyon
The Radisson Blu Hotel in Lyon is conveniently located in the heart of the city center. Being one of the highest buildings, decorating the skyline with its distinctive pyramid shape, it is easy to find in the hotel's business district. With easy access to public transport, our location is ideal for business and leisure travelers.
Situated within the Tour Part-Dieu, which also serves as a tram stop, the hotel is directly connected to the city's public transportation and within walking distance to tram and train networks. From the Rue de la Villette Station, only 300 meters from the hotel, you can easily travel to the Lyon–Saint Exupéry International Airport in less than 30 minutes. At the TGV Part-Dieu Station, 300 meters from the hotel, trains connect to Paris and much of the Rhône region.
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Lyon is located in the heart of a district in full extension and transformation currently. For this reason, expect modifications when accessing the hotel. We will do our best to have the latest information available for you to find your way easily.
If you are traveling by car, we offer 60 parking spaces at the hotel. Price is EUR 25 per day, on a first-come, first-serve basis.
From Lyon Saint Exupery
The Rhônexpress shuttle train takes you to Lyon Part-Dieu in 29 minutes.By taxi/car:
The ride takes about 30min (30km).
From Lyon Part-Dieu
The hotel is located 300 m away from the station.
Access from Marseille, Paris (A6, A7, A43)
Follow the direction Lyon center - Part-Dieu / Part Dieu Train station. Access to the hotel either by "Tunnel des Brotteaux" (Bd des Brotteaux) or “Tunnel Bonnel-Servient” (Rue Bonnel).