Hôtel de la Villeon in Tournon sur Rhône for the Lyon gastronomy fair

The Sirha exhibition in Lyon

What other city than Lyon could host one of the largest trade fairs dedicated to gastronomy and catering? No one else probably and that is why this exhibition, which is held every year at the end of January, is so successful and brings together professionals from the restaurant and hotel sectors. All the branches of these professions are united and it is an opportunity to discover, exchange, be informed and invest. Participating in this exhibition is therefore a real opportunity for its development and one of the reasons for its success. Choosing a hotel close to the Sirha exhibition will therefore be a wise choice for the success of your stay.

Hôtel de la Villeon, charm, modernity and wine tourism

A hotel near the Sirha exhibition, you will find many of them. But will you find any that have the charm and quality of our luxury hotel? The 4 stars of our hotel for Sirha are deserved. Located in Tournon sur Rhône, you will immediately be charmed by the old stones of this 18th century building. The atmosphere of the premises is wonderful thanks also to the decoration work that has highlighted the historical character of Gabriel Fauré's birthplace while offering modern facilities. Spacious bathroom, high speed wifi, cable TV, top-of-the-range bedding, air conditioning, no doubt our luxury hotel will seduce you. With 16 rooms and 4 suites, the place has kept its family atmosphere which makes it a haven of peace. A hotel is not just a room that will invite you to a well-deserved rest after the living room. It is also a bar, the Gabriel, where you can take time to rest. Hôtel de la Villeon also offers the organisation of seminars in its magnificent vaulted cellar as well as activities such as wine tastings, wine tourism in the Ardèche being particularly developed. This is how you will complete your presence at the show with professional meetings in a perfectly adapted setting. It will also be a magnificent starting point to visit the Ardèche and its vineyards at the end of the exhibition.