ON SITE:

The hotel’s natural setting means there is a wide selection of sporting and recreational activities for guests. There are beautiful paths for walking and jogging, while the park’s natural spaces are ideal for relaxing. There is also a boules court for those interested in a convivial round of this classic French game.

For those seeking further options, there are a range of possibilities available through either the hotel or its partner organisations: group games or team building exercises can be held inside or outside, while events such as relay races, party games, treasure hunts, wine tasting, and cooking classes can also be organised.

CLOSE TO THE HOTEL AND THE REGION :

There are tennis courts, a golf course, a treetop adventure park, and swimming facilities all within a few kilometres of the hotel to provide guests with a bountiful selection of sporting activities.

The Lyon region is also home to an enticing selection of vineyards. The prestigious Beaujolais wine region offers numerous tours and tastings that will give guests a better appreciation for the local wine culture. Lyon is also renowned for its gastronomy and the city prides itself on both its world-class chefs and its fabulous neighbourhood restaurants.

The city of Lyon has a rich cultural and artistic heritage and there are also special tours of its religious sites available with guides trained by the Archdiocese of Lyon.

SOME IDEAS…

  • Tennis and golf in Chaponost,
  • “Accrobranche” treetop adventure park in Sainte-Foy-lès-Lyon
  • Calicéo Aquatic Centre in Sainte Foy lès Lyon
  • Lyon Aquarium in La Mulatière
  • The centre of Lyon is a UNESCO world heritage site
    (Fourvière, Saint-Jean district, the old narrow “traboule” passageways etc.)
  • Tourist visits to Lyon or the Beaujolais area, hiking,
  • Religious tourism with guides trained by the diocese of Lyon
  • Cruises between the Rhône and Saône
  • The vineyards and château of Beaujolais
  • The gastronomic delights of Lyon