Cité Internationale (International City) is a quarter in the 6th arrondissement of Lyon, France. It is situated between the Rhône and Parc de la Tête d'Or and encompasses an area that had previously been the location of the Foire de Lyon. It is connected to the commune of Caluire-et-Cuire by the Passerelle de la Paix.
In 1984, the Foire de Lyon moved from its previous location near the Rhône to the Eurexpo in Chassieu. This freed land was designated as the site for the construction of the Cité Internationale by successive Lyon mayors (Michel Noir, Raymond Barre, and Gérard Collomb).
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Markus Bolte | Jul 20, 2018
Very nice hotel, clean and newly equipped rooms. Breakfast included a good variety of local food and accustomed items known in upper class hotels. Very nice.
damon cadman | Aug 3, 2018
Crowne Plaza. As it says on the tin. Parking underground. Happy hour. Mini bar. Happy!
David Russell | Jul 5, 2018
Beautiful hotel right by the river, with awesome walking or biking trails for miles. Quiet location with good access to restaurants. Front desk was very friendly and professional.
Khaled Sedrak | Jun 16, 2018
Very elegant and modern hotel. Beautiful specious rooms and excellent location in a big complex full of restaurants
Marie Erla Adrien | May 29, 2018
A very nice and clean place to stay, near the parc de la tête d'or. My colleagues and I had great time and fun also at the pediatric's congress
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