A renovated hotel conveniently placed between Lyon and Beaujolais, Campanile Lyon Nord – Dardilly boasts an excellent location for business and leisure travelers to the region.
The hotel is near exit 33 of the A6 highway, 13 kilometers from Lyon Perrache railway station and Lyon-Vaise railway station, providing guests with fantastic ease of access to and from the surrounding area. Vieux Lyon, a World Heritage site, is just 13 minutes away, while the business center and the Part Dieu are only 15 minutes from the hotel. Based in Dardilly, birthplace of the patron saint of priests, Campanile Lyon Nord – Dardilly is an ideal choice for guests visiting the vineyards of Beaujolais. In addition, the hotel is nearby the TECHLID Zone.
There are 51 three-star rooms available at the hotel, fitted with a bathroom, toilet, hairdryer, a TV and work area, and complimentary tea and coffee-making facilities. Three rooms have been renovated for guests with reduced mobility, while all rooms are non-smoking.
The hotel’s 60-seater dining room is open from 6:30am until 9:00am, serving a delicious breakfast buffet with fruit juice, hot drinks, cereals, pastries, and meats. Lunch and dinner is served from 12:00pm to 2:00pm and 7:00pm to 10:00pm respectively. Here, guests can enjoy delicious specialties made from fresh ingredients.
For traveling professionals, the hotel boasts a meeting room measuring at 51 square meters, which is available for reservation throughout the year. This room comes equipped with air-conditioning, a projector, telephone, screen, DVD player, flipchart, and free Wi-Fi. Offering all the comfort expected of a three-star hotel, Campanile Lyon Nord – Dardilly is an ideal choice for visitors to the Lyon area.
Travel back in time with this historical itinerary. Listed as one of the Most Beautiful Villages of France, the medieval town of Pérouges transports you back to the time of knights thanks to its perfectly preserved setting. With the traditional Pérouges "galette" it is also an essential stopover for regional specialities.
Built on a hill overlooking the plain of Ain and the Rhone, just a few kilometres north-east of Lyons, Pérouges is a typical medieval village that enjoys an extremely picturesque setting. It is a genuine film set that has been used in many films. With its two fortified walls and its fortified doors, the village will delight you by its authenticity. When visiting its streets paved with pebbles, you will discover an exceptional architectural heritage. Follow the guide to admire some of its 24 listed monuments. During the visit, a gourmet break will offer you the chance to taste the traditional Pérouges "galette" in the 18th century Hostellerie.