Whether guests are coming from Paris, Marseille, Grenoble, Chambéry, Saint-Étienne, or Clermont-Ferrand, Première Classe Lyon Sud – Chasse sur Rhône is well-situated for easy access.
Found at the intersection of the A7, A47, and A46 highways (seven kilometers from Vienne, 20 kilometers south of Lyon and the Stade de Ferland, and 30 kilometers from Eurexpo), the hotel is very handy for those arriving on business or with families. Guests can make the most of their stay by exploring Vienne, the Gallo-Roman town whose rich heritage has made it a hotspot for history lovers. During the first two weeks of July, visitors can also experience the world-famous International Jazz Festival, and there is much to discover year-round in the vibrant heart of Lyon, France’s third-largest city, and a gastronomic and cultural delight.
The hotel’s rooms are highly comfortable and ensure a peaceful night’s sleep. The hotel boasts 70 warm and relaxing rooms for up to three people. There are a further three rooms available for guests with reduced mobility. Each room in the hotel is equipped with air-conditioning, a private bathroom with shower and toilet, desk area, flat screen TV, and free Wi-Fi access. The hotel also provides a number of other services including vending machines, free and enclosed parking, newspaper delivery, and a night porter.
For just €5.90, guests can begin their day with a generous breakfast buffet. Breakfast is served from 06:30-10:00 on weekdays and from 07:00-10:00 on public holidays. For lunch or dinner, the hotel’s proximity to both the nearby Campanile hotel and the main commercial streets affords visitors many more dining options in the locality.
A comfortable and budget-friendly hotel, book a room at the Première Classe Lyon Sud – Chasse sur Rhône for work or play.
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.