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Coming to

the hotel

At the crossroads of the 3rd and 8th arrondissements, a location in a quiet area and the opportunity to enjoy the various tourist attractions around.

Hôtel Maison Lacassagne is a 20-minute public transport ride from Part Dieu Train Station and Eurexpo. Close to hospitals, tram and bus stops.

Hotel Maison Lacassagne

245 Lacassagne Avenue

69003 Lyon – France

GPS Coordinates:

Latitude: 45.7444724641827
Longitude: 4.892602162927312

By public transport

The Hotel Maison Lacassagne is perfectly connected to Lyon's dense public transport network. The metro and bus stations are close to our establishment and make it easy to get around and discover this beautiful city.

Metro D: Grange Blanche or Laënnec station (15 minutes walk from the Hotel Maison Lacassagne)

Bus/tram C8: Hôp. Desgenettes Vinatier (2-minute walk from Hotel Maison Lacassagne)

Bus/tram C26: Viala Lacassagne station (8 minutes walk from the Hotel Maison Lacassagne)

Tram T6: Vinatier station (2 minutes walk from the Hotel Maison Lacassagne)

By train

of Lyon Part Dieu SNCF Train Station is 3.2 km from Hôtel Maison Lacassagne (15 minutes by car and about 20 minutes by public transport).

Lyon Perrache train station is located on the outskirts of Lyon (25 minutes by car and about 35 minutes by public transport).

On a plane

Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport is about 25 km from the hotel. The airport is easily accessible. A Rhône Express connects Lyon Part Dieu train station to the airport in less than 30 minutes.

Rhône Express: Part-Dieu-Villette stop

You can also order a taxi from the hotel. Our reception is open 24/7.

To reduce the CO2 impact, we recommend using the bikes of the city Velo'v (nearest station 5 min walk from the Hotel Maison Lacassagne). We have a secure bike room.

The

Surroundings

part dieu que visiter

Part Dieu district

It is in the 3rd arrondissement that sits the imposing business district of Part Dieu with one of the largest shopping centers in France; Westfield La Part for a shopping spree, its National Orchestra Auditorium and train station. Impossible to miss this corner when you go to Lyon.

parc de la tête d'or

Parc de la Tête d'Or

Strolling through the Parc de la Tête d'Or is the best way to decompress, ventilate, discover and have fun! Discover the botanical garden and its original plants; stroll through the zoological park and zoo with free admission. Then at the end of the day, enjoy a pancake or a hot chocolate waffle (6th arrondissement). After the effort, the comfort!

musée urbain états unis tony garnier Hôtel Lacassagne

United States District

In the heart of the 8th arrondissement, discover Tony Garnier's architectural talent in the United States district of which he is the designer. This open-air urban museum is atypical! Consisting of an outdoor course full of painted walls, you will also observe a model apartment used in the 1930s and with totally vintage equipment.

Confluences district

Sail from Bellecour by Vaporetto shuttle boat to the Confluence district. Enjoy a shopping spree in the modern shopping center located near the docks and the Museum of Contemporary Art. For a night evening, we recommend Le Sucre for a drink on the rooftop or the Heat concept to find some nuggets in thrift stores.

place bellecour lyon que visiter

Lyon City Center – Presqu'île

This is the city center, one of the most touristic places in the city! Stroll through the shopping streets around the Opera, taking a trip to the Museum of Fine Arts on the Place des Terreaux or to have a coffee at Place Bellecour, one of the largest squares in Europe. To finish in style, let yourself be guided to the Grand Hôtel Dieu and lose yourself in the sumptuous gardens of this place.

vieux lyon que visiter

Old Lyon district

Dominated by Renaissance mansions with backyards and terracotta roofs, Old Lyon is full of many precious cultural treasures. Discover the beautiful Cathedral of St. John the Baptist known for its astronomical clock dating from 1379, the famous Museum of Miniatures and Cinema, and the Basilica of Fourvière with architecture dating back to the 19th century.