La Pyramide
14 BOULEVARD FERNAND POINT
38200 Vienne

La Pyramide, Relais & Châteaux hotel in Vienne, Isère

Location

Patrick Henriroux's restaurant and 4-star hotel is located in the centre of Vienne , Isère , along the 'Route du Midi' (route to the south), just a stone's throw from the pyramid-shaped Roman monument. The Relais & Châteaux hotel La Pyramide is located 30 km to the south of Lyon, along France's famous N7 main road, in the Rhône valley .

Annual closures

Summer 2016:

  • La Pyramide hotel will be open throughout summer 2016.
  • The gastronomic restaurant will be closed from 16 to 24 August 2016 inclusive. It will open again on 25 August 2016 at lunchtime.
  • The restaurant Espace PH③ will be closed from 7 to 15 August 2016 inclusive. It will open again on 16 August 2016 at lunchtime.

Winter 2017:

  • The hotel La Pyramide will be closed for its annual holiday from 6 February to 10 March inclusive.
  • The gastronomic restaurant and the restaurant Espace PH③ will be closed from 6 February to 10 March inclusive.
  • We will be open again on 11 March 2017 at lunchtime.

Summer 2017:

  • The hotel La Pyramide will be open throughout summer 2017.
  • The gastronomic restaurant will be closed from 17 to 25 August 2017 inclusive. We will be open again on 25 August 2017 at lunchtime.
  • The restaurant Espace PH③ will be closed from 8 to 15 August 2017 inclusive. It will be open again on 15 August 2017 at lunchtime.

How to get here

By car:

GPS coordinates:

  • Latitude: 45,516526
  • Longitude: 4,867098

From Paris/Lyon (A6 motorway):

  • Follow the A6/E15 towards Geneva/Lyon/Chalon-sur-Saône/Beaune-Hospices
  • Follow signs for Lyon-Centre
  • Continue along the A7 motorway
  • Take exit 9 – Vienne towards Vienne/Valence/Grenoble
  • Continue along the Boulevard du Rhône-Nord/D1407, then Quai Pajot/N7
  • At the roundabout, take the 1 st exit onto Boulevard Georges Pompidou/Quai Jaurès/N7
  • Turn left on Quai Riondet
  • Continue along Quai Riondet
  • Turn left on Boulevard Fernand Point
  • La Pyramide Patrick Henriroux is on the right-hand side

From Valence (A7 motorway):

  • Follow the A7 towards Lyon/Saint-Etienne
  • Take exit 11 Vienne
  • Follow Boulevard Georges Pompidou/N7
  • At the roundabout, take the 2 nd exit and continue along Boulevard Georges Pompidou/N7
  • At the roundabout, take the 3 rd exit, then turn immediately right onto Quai Frédéric Mistral
  • Continue along Quai Riondet
  • Turn right onto Boulevard Fernand Point
  • La Pyramide Patrick Henriroux is on the right-hand side

By train:

The Vienne SNCF train station is located 1 km from the Relais & Châteaux hotel La Pyramide and is served by TER Rhône-Alpes trains and TER PACA trains running on the following lines:

  • Lyon-Part-Dieu/Avignon-Centre, Valence-Ville or Marseille-Saint-Charles
  • Mâcon-Ville or Villefranche-sur-Saône/Vienne

You can reach the station on foot (10 minutes) or take the No.3 bus on the 'Vienne et Agglomération' line.

By plane:

Lyon-Saint-Exupéry airport is located 40 km from La Pyramide (45 minutes by car). This international airport is served by airlines with flights from many towns and cities in France and around the world.

Distances and estimated journey times between La Pyramide and:

Lyon

33 km

31 minutes

Bourg-en-Bresse

111 km

1 hr 30 min

Saint-Etienne

51 km

47 minutes

Roanne

113 km

1 hr 38 min

Valence

70 km

48 minutes

Geneva (Switzerland)

177 km

2 hr 05 min

Mâcon

101 km

1 hr 17 min

Beaune

189 km

2 hr 03 min

Chambéry

104 km

1 hr 24 min

Clermont-Ferrand

194 km

2 hr 08 min

In the 3rd century BC, Vienne belonged to the Gallic people of Allobroges, of which it later became the capital. But it was under the Roman Empire that it found glory and riches.
Vienne boasts an archaeological heritage from this period that is among the richest in France.

Discovery of Vienne and the Rhône valley

Vienne is a charming town full with a rich historical heritage. Along the Route du Midi (route to the south), it offers visitors a glimpse back to Gallo-Roman times with its numerous remains. In the town centre, be sure to visit the Ancient Theatre, temples and the pyramid, which is just a stone's throw from Patrick Henriroux's establishment.

Throughout the year, the town of Vienne hosts a number of highly successful festivals and events, such as Jazz à Vienne . During this summer festival, major international jazz artists flock to Vienne to play all over town, including in the magnificent Ancient Theatre.

You can also visit the region surrounding Vienne , including the Château de Septème, a 12th-century fortified house, the medieval chapel of Illins, flood plains or the former church of Saint-Ferréol and more.

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30 km to the south of Lyon, La Pyramide is also an ideal starting point for the Rhône valley and its rich vineyards, which produce some of the finest wines in the world. You can also make the most of your stay along the 'Route du Midi' (route to the south) to discover the region's rich culinary heritage, which is reputed for the quality of its ingredients.

Lyon is also well worth a visit: take a stroll around Lyon's many UNESCO world heritage sites and admire its historical buildings and museums, and discover Lyon's Presqu'ïle district, Fourvière hill, Tête d’Or park, Old Lyon, Croix-Rousse hill, and the Confluences Museum.

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Just a few minutes from La Pyramide, discover the Via Rhôna cycle route, which connects the Swiss Alps with the Mediterranean sea, via the Rhône Valley. Enjoy the superb scenery and history-laden towns. Stop over at La Pyramide during your bike trip in the Rhône Valley (the establishment has a cycle park).