"Wonderful hotel just across the road from the beac"
This is a wonderful hotel. From the moment you enter through the main door you experience the first class treatment of the hotel. The food is excellent especially dinner , which is possibly Michelin star. The staff want you to have the best stay in their hotel . We cannot wait to return .
charles from hove
Located in Saint-Malo, this beachfront hotel is in the historical district and within 1 mi (2 km) of Espace Duguay-Trouin …More
"Comfortable, modern hotel very close to the beach"
I stayed in a basic room but it was modern, clean and comfortable and had a side view of the beach and harbour. Breakfast was good and there is a nice bar. Food choices for lunch and dinner were limited, however, there are many good restaurants within approx. 5 minutes walking. The staff were very friendly and helpful. A great location to explore St Malo.
Traveller from UK
With direct access to the beach, this Saint-Malo hotel is in the historical district and within a 10-minute walk of Le Grand …More
Perfect for a long weekend, staff absolutely so friendly and did not bother us. Rooms cleaned to perfection, great spot with having a balcony and listening to the music in the evening & on check out they allowed us to keep our room until later on - definitely will be back very soon !!!
Kate from Jersey
Located in Intra Muros, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Porte Saint Vincent, St. Malo Citadel, and St. Vincent Cathedral …More
We spent three nights at the hotel. Our room was very comfortable and unusually for a French hotel we had a mini bar and tea/ coffee making facilities. However there was no milk and only a two sachets of instant coffee were provided each day. The shower room was good but slightly dated. The hotel had a good location right on the promenade and a 20 minute walk to the old town. Le Cap Horn restaurant was excellent as was the beach bar restaurant la Terrace but we found the bar upstairs to lack atmosphere and style.
The swimming pool was heated salt water and was a nice temperature. It was relatively quiet and a decent size. There was a small unisex changing area (some cubicles) beside the pool which was not quite what we were expecting. We also had to find our own towels in a cupboard in the corridor and were treated with disinterest by the pool attendant. When swimming you also have to wear blue and white caps - these are provided in the hotel rooms and it was fortunate that we had brought them down to the pool. We did not use the spa.
When we left we were surprised to have been charged for breakfast as we had booked room only and had not eaten in the mornings. The hotel did, however, refund our money when we pointed this out. I would advise anyone planning a stay to check their bill carefully.
Traveller from UK
Nestled on the beach, this Saint-Malo hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Grande Plage, St. Malo Citadel, and St. Vincent …More
We had a wonderful stay. Arrived by train to see St. Malo and Mont St. Michel. So for us the location of the hotel was great. Checked in and left our luggage and then walked to the old city. The bus to Mont St. Michel also stops at the train station, so that worked out well too. The rooms are brand new and very comfortable. Great value.
Located in the heart of Saint-Malo, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Saint-Malo Hospital, St. Malo Citadel, and St …More
A fortified island during the Middle Ages, Saint-Malo later became notorious as the home of the corsairs (French privateers). Nowadays, Saint-Malo is attached to the mainland and the walled city is a popular tourist attraction. Popular attractions include Saint-Malo Castle, the Saint-Vincent Cathedral, Chateubriand’s tomb, the Grand Be and Petit Be islands, and the National Fort.