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Gare de Nantes is a neighborhood in Nantes, a bustling tourism destination in France. From Gare de Nantes, the main part of Nantes is 1 mile to the west.

Located close to Beaux-Arts Museum are the Sozo Hotel and Radisson Blu Hotel Nantes. While the Mercure Nantes Centre Grand Hotel and Kyriad Nantes Centre Gare are near the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Nantes.

Gare de Nantes has a generous range of accommodation options, which allows tourists to book a room that best meets their requirements. Tourists who are after more economical establishments should check out the latest deals at the Inter-Hotel du Grand Monarque and Appart'City Nantes Cité des Congrès.

If you would rather stay at one of Gare de Nantes' more high-end accommodations, check out the latest deals at the Novotel Nantes Centre Gare and Mercure Nantes Centre Gare.

Accommodation options near Gare de Nantes

If Gare de Nantes accommodation is booked out, you could check out the hotels in Nantes Centre. Another alternative is to find a hotel in Nantes, which is another Nantes neighborhood.

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Whether or not you are an a garden enthusiast, you will enjoy a trip to Botanical Garden of Nantes. Avoid the strain of a long journey in a foreign city by staying right by this attraction. The Hôtel Duquesne and Hotel La Perouse are a couple of accommodation options located nearby.

Hôtel Restaurant Campanile Nantes Centre - Saint-Jacques is one of the most popular local establishments for a morning caffeine-fix or afternoon tea. Tourists that are in need of heartier fare can sit down to a meal at Hôtel Mercure Nantes Centre Gare. Hotel Novotel Nantes Centre Bord de Loire is a good place to kick-off the evening, regardless of whether you're keen to hit the town or just fancy a nightcap.