The hotel is at the centre of Lyon and all its tourist and gourmet attractions, on a quiet street with easy access to the whole city on foot or by public transport.
It is a 10-minute walk away from the Part-Dieu train station.
Hôtel Edmond W.
17, Rue du Professeur Weill
69006 Lyon- France
GPS coordinates :
Latitude : 45.768623 | Longitude : 4.856498
The Edmond W. hotel is served by Lyon’s large public transport network. The nearby metro stations and bus stops provide easy access to the rest of the city throughout the day and night.
Metro B : Brotteaux station (5 minutes on foot from the Edmond W. hotel)
Metro A : Massena station (3 minutes on foot from the Edmond W. hotel)
C1 bus : Vitton-Belges stop (2 minutes on foot from the Edmond W. hotel)
C6 bus : Vitton-Belges stop (2 minutes on foot from the Edmond W. hotel)
Vélo’v bike scheme – the closest station is on Boulevard des Belges towards Brotteaux
Lyon Part Dieu SNCF train station is 2 km from the 3-star Edmond W. Hotel (15 minutes by car and approximately 10 minutes by public transport).
Lyon Perrache SNCF train station is on Lyon’s presqu’île (20 minutes by car and approximately 15 minutes by public transport).
Lyon Saint-Exupéry airport is approximately 30 km from the hotel and city centre and is easily accessible. The Rhône Express tram connects Lyon Part Dieu train station to the airport in under 30 minutes.
Rhône Express : Part-Dieu-Villette stop
6th arrondissement – Cité Internationale
Cité Internationale is a vibrant hub where nature, culture, leisure and business live in harmony side by side. This modern area lies to the north of Lyon in the 6th arrondissement, bordered by the Rhône river on one side and the Tête d’Or park on the other. Here you will find a congress centre, casino, cinema, the Contemporary Art Museum and the former Brotteaux train station.
Tête d’Or park
Spend a few hours frolicking in the Tête d’Or park to get away from the city’s hustle and bustle and enjoy nature’s fresh air. Fun for all the family, you can visit the botanic garden and its rare flora, say hello to the animals in the zoo, admire the rose garden and hop atop a bike, quadricycle or pony…all topped off with a crepe, hot chocolate waffles or some candyfloss! What better way to spend the day ?!
Part Dieu district
In the 3rd arrondissement towers the impressive Part-Dieu district, Lyon’s beating heart with the shopping centre, auditorium, archives, train station and much more. It’s an essential part to any visit to Lyon.
Lyon city centre – Presqu’île
There is no better place than Lyon’s city centre for a leisurely stroll. Roam the shop-lined streets around the Opera house, pay a visit to the Museum of Fine Art at Place des Terreaux, stop for a coffee at Place Bellecour and finish it all off with a boat ride on the Vaporetto between Confluence and Saint-Paul. All aboard !
Eurexpo Lyon is the city’s biggest exhibition and convention centre. The venue hosts a wide array of national and international shows for both professional and public audiences.