We stayed in the "Petit Prince" suite on the 5th floor. The room had a very comfortable queen-size bed and a convertible couch, which our daughter reported as also being comfortable. The bathroom appeared to be recently updated, with a towel warmer, rainfall shower head, hair dryer, and basic toiletries. The room had three large windows with blackout curtains on the courtyard side, which was very quiet. The mixture of ultra-modern furnishings with items of local interest (including a selection of books) was tasteful. There was plenty of storage space, with a closet, cabinets under the central window, and a vanity under the bathroom sink. Ironing board and iron are also provided.
The petit dejeuner (9 euros extra) was excellent, and served from 7 am to noon (good for late sleepers). Cereal, croissants, pastries, breads, cheese, ham, eggs, fresh and dried fruit, yogurt (blended and plain) are offered. The room also had an electric kettle and a small refrigerator, and tea and instant coffee were provided -- with ceramic cups and saucers.
The elevator is small, but this is typical of older hotels and apartments in France.
Perrache is the closest train station, but it's a long walk to the rue des Archers through Place Bellecour if you have a lot of luggage. The location just steps away from the theater and the restaurants and shops is ideal; a short walk over the pont Napoleon leads to Vieux Lyon.More