Intercontinental Hotel Dieu

A contemporary city haven

Peaceful spaces with a focus on comfort

You’ll find this contemporary haven standing proud in the centre of Lyon. Intercontinental Hotel Dieu is housed in one of the city’s most emblematic landmark buildings that dates back to the 18th century. The 144 rooms have been designed as elegant, peaceful spaces, where comfort and luxury are the focus. Depending on the room you choose, you’ll enjoy views out over the Rhône River or onto the hotel’s listed historic courtyards.

At Epona Restaurant, on the ground floor, Chef Mathieu Charrois plates a menu focussed on local flavour and featuring French classics with a modern twist. The restaurant is named for the goddess of Gaul, patron saint of horse-riding and travel. Then, on the first floor, Le Dôme Bar is the heart of the hotel and a highlight for locals and guests alike.

When you’re not out experiencing all the city has to offer, wander among the hotel’s domes, courtyards and beautiful historic gardens, or while away the hours on a serene terrace.


144 elegant and peaceful rooms

Restaurant featuring French classics

Inviting bar

Beautiful historic gardens

Fitness centre and spa centred on wellness

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Les Sources De Caudalie
In the renowned vineyards of Château Smith Haut Lafitte, around 17km (11 miles) outside of Bordeaux, Les Sources de Caudalie is a rural retreat celebrating the best of this Southwest France’s cultural and culinary heritage. There are 40 rooms and 21 suites split amongst the sprawling property, with most in six buildings that, while looking thoroughly historic, were specially built using huge reclaimed beams from abandoned local properties. Most have a terrace or a balcony with a beautiful view on the Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte’s vineyards or over the lake. There is also the Village des Pêcheurs – or Fishermen’s village – with 12 suites on stilts around a small lake inspire by the oyster-farms of the Arcachon Bay. Additionally, there is the unique Ile aux Oiseaux suite, a wooden pavilion standing out over the water on stilts, adventurously redecorated by a different designer every 3 or 4 years. The spa here comes from the inventors of ‘vinotherapy’, with treatments combining the anti-ageing properties of polyphenols contained in grape-seeds and the spa’s own natural hot-water spring in the most tranquil of settings. The senses will continue to be treated at either of the two restaurants here, whether with fine seasonal French dining and fittingly fabulous wine list at the twice Michelin starred La Grand’Vigne, bistro-style food at Table de Lavoir, or at either of the two wine bars. Activities from Les Sources de Caudalie include wine tasting, wine tasting lessons and cooking classes. Excursions to explore the surrounding sites, such as boat trip into Bordeaux or to rustic Saint-Émilion, can also be arranged.