By Sam Mcevoy For Mailonline
Published: 12:07 BST, 1 July 2019 | Updated: 12:27 BST, 1 July 2019
This is the five-star hotel at the centre of a Women's World Cup spying storm where it was revealed that two United States officials have been scouting out where Phil Neville's England team have been staying.
The Lionesses booked themselves in for a short stay at the Fourviere Hotel in heart of Lyon ahead of their semi-final with the United States on Tuesday evening.
The hotel, which was built in 1854, is located 15 miles away from the Lyon Olympic Stadium where the last-four encounter will be played with it being deemed the perfect place to set up camp for Steph Houghton and Co.
The England Women's team are currently staying at the Fourviere Hotel in the centre of Lyon
The five-star hotel includes a heated pool which is located in scenic surroundings
Formerly an old convent, the hotel was originally built in 1854 and is just outside the city centre
There are 75 air-conditioned modern rooms spread over three levels at the hotel
The grand building, which was originally an old convent, has maintained it's religious foundations throughout before it was rebuilt and redesigned as unique place to stay.
A night at this luxurious hotel can set guests back €110 a night which will include access to their heated pool, bar and spa.
Guests will also have access to the Fourviere's 'wellness area' which includes an 'ice fountain' and 'thematic showers'.
The grand building has maintained it's