Located south of Lyon in the once Roman town of Vienne, La Pyramide has a long legacy in hospitality. Previously held by the mythical Fernand Point, it is now in the hands of the very talented and friendly Chef Patrick Henriroux and his family. Never resting on their laurels, they constantly innovate and update, making La Pyramide an exciting and dynamic destination. Patrick Henriroux's cuisine respects its traditional roots and adds a modern touch. The gourmet restaurant Patrick Henriroux boasts contemporary interiors in vivid colours by Régis Dho. Guests will be delighted by the impressive collection of Chartreuse liqueurs. The rule of three applies to the good things at L'espace PH3, the hotel’s second restaurant: three starters, three main courses, three desserts, three white wines, three rosé wines and so on.
Located just off the North/South motorway, less than 30 kilometres from Lyon (Rhone-Alpes), La Pyramide hotel and restaurant in Vienne cannot be missed when heading to or from the Mediterranean sea. Far from the bustle of Vienne town centre, in the southern suburbs, come find Patrick and Pascale Henriroux, their children and their entire team in an unforgettable place where small-town tranquillity reigns. Our “La Pyramide” hotel and restaurant in Vienne has all the ingredients to charm you and make you feel at home. 19 rooms completely renovated in 2005 & 4 apartments are at your disposal in our Relais & Châteaux hotel as well as a sports hall located just 100 metres from our property. You can also discover our two restaurants located on our property: “La Pyramide” which has had 2 Michelin stars for 23 years, and “L’Espace PH3” a bistrot serving whatever is in season and takes our fancy.
Very active in promoting the town and the region, the establishment is part of an intensely local cooperative approach, and puts the training of its employees at the heart of its activity.
A giant picnic with 1000 people in the heart of Vienne, a pop-up restaurant promoting regional products, and events in Japan, Austria, Switzerland and Belgium: this property plays a key role in promoting and preserving the Nature and gastronomy of the region. Actively involved with an association for the protection of urban bees, the ‘Vin de Vienne’ appellation, and in developing the Vienne market, the 4th biggest market in France. Staff and interns are regularly invited to local markets and to wine-makers to learn about sourcing and tasting. They receive numerous training opportunities as well as opportunities to take part in prestigious competitions.