Quality Suites Lyon Confluence
50 Cours Charlemagne
Phone: (33) 4 37231604
Fax: (33) 4 78423884
50 Cours Charlemagne, Lyon, FR, 69002
- Phone: (33) 4 37231604
- Fax: (33) 4 78423884
Bars & Cafes
The Brasserie Georges has been a monument of Lyonnaise gastronomy since 1836. The building alone is worth the visit—it is designed in art deco style and up to 650 people can be seated under the majestic ceiling, which has lustrous frescos. The menu remains purely traditional with sauerkraut, seafood and fish, and some Lyonnaise specialties. Everything is served with a drink, of course. Any journey to Lyon must include a visit to Georges.
Le Sonic in Lyon accommodates about one hundred people in its premises. There are many interesting drinks to enjoy with good bar food to go with them. The sound systems are of great quality providing some pulsating music for all to enjoy. So do look forward for many more exciting events when in the Perrache locality.
The décor in the Madinia is comfortable and modern, and it opens at coffee time in the morning. The drinks are fairly priced, although they become more expensive in the evening, which is when concerts, karaoke and theme nights take place. Special cocktails then replace the ice creams and the sandwiches served during the day. At lunchtime the café has a nice snack menu with salads, a dish of the day and many other things served in simple surroundings. This bar has a slogan: to satisfy each sign of the zodiac. It offers an incredible choice of cocktails, and a special cocktail for each sign of the zodiac.
This is a very nice bar in its decor and the idea behind it. Situated in the heart of Lyon, this cool bar is basically colored blue - the colors of Marseille. Paintings, posters, everything is to do with football, which is liked by the many fans of this sport found in Lyon. There are no doubts that the atmosphere will be bright and television is guaranteed. Even though the prices are a little expensive, the evening will be excellent if your team is victorious but if the worst comes to worst you can drink to forget defeat. If you are a fan of football and of Marseilles this bar is definitely for you.
You will embark on a fabulous journey across cultures and traditions when you enter Cha Yuan tea-house. Choose from varieties from all over the world: China, Japan, Russia, Turkey, India, Brazil, Argentina or Indonesia. Their natural teas include black, green, yellow, white or blue. If you are curious, you can also try their mixes of aromatic tea and herbal tea. Tasty candies, jams and cakes that go really well with tea can also be purchased here. If you're missing some tea supplies to complete your tea ceremonial, you will find everything you need at Cha Yuan.
Bad's Club is not just a traditional café & restaurant. The reason why it features in this section is because it is also a sports club! You will find 6 badminton and 5 squash courts. You can hire equipment and take private lessons here too.
Situated in Saint-Georges, this Irish bar is popular with the people of Lyon. Laughing, drinking, and fun are the keywords here. Concerts are organized for a clientele that loves to relax. The prices are affordable for everyone, and you'll definitely go to bed with a belly full of good beers. The service is quick and well organized, and the bar staff always smile. A good night out.
Over the years, the Grrnd Zero collective has proven itself to be on top of independent music's latest trends, with its hundreds of concerts featuring international famous names as well as many upcoming, obscure bands. Whether it's a strange brand of folk, an epic kind of rock, the catchiest pop or the most experimental style of sounds, chances are that they all feature in Grrnd Zero's monthly program, which you can view on their website. Grrnd Zero's concerts are usually very cheap and are held in a relaxed athmosphere with no bouncers or curfew restrictions, which will sometimes mean that they end after the last metro. -
Situated in Saint-Georges in the Old Lyon, this pub has Irish spirit and décor. The clientele is both young and adult, they like to drink and end the evening happy. You can chat, you can laugh, you can have can have fun under the influence of beer! From Th to Sa, you can listen to musical groups (Thanks to Adrian!). The bar is loved by those who know it and will therefore please those who discover it.
Situated in a charming and little known area of the town, this café, the oldest café in Lyon having been here for two centuries, is a friendly alternative to the large fashionable restaurants of the city center. You are guaranteed to eat well, the menu features mostly local specialties like tripe, quenelles and pigs trotters. Market produce is a highlight of the menu, and dishes are always well prepared and well presented The friendly welcome adds to this café, which is a place to be recommended.
Spread out over two floors, this brasserie is warmly decorated with light wood throughout. It keeps its tradition going with some personal touches to the menu, including sauerkraut(very good), a selection of beer, as well as fish and seafood. The chef also offers Pistou Pasta, monkfish Carpaccio, or Pike Quenelles with a crustacean coulis. You will not be disappointed.
Le Danois is at the center of the town's nightlife. Locals like it for its friendly atmosphere and its terrace. Here, you can drink your last beer before going back home or sip a cocktail on the terrace at the end of a sunny afternoon. Even if it's rather pricey, you'll appreciate the nice people around you.