You get what you pay for. I appreciated the independence of this property. I did not need to check in with staff ever, nor did I need to deal with cleaning people. I was travelling for business, finishing up with 2 days of personal time. Fair distance from any sightseeing in Rennes if you are travelling by foot, which I was. In 3 days I walked over 50km sightseeing and taking photos. Very close to some shopping at departments stores, and groceries. Everything is basically closed on Sunday, unless you plan ahead and get up in the morning to get what you need. I arrived late Saturday night. The keyless entry and retrieval of room keys was easy to work with. My room was basic. A slightly uncomfortable bed; a shower that has seen cleaner days; poor water pressure. But there is a small kitchenette, laundry facilities, a vending machine...
Traveller from Ontario, Canada
Situated in Rennes, this residence is 0.9 mi (1.5 km) from ESC Rennes School of Business and within 3 mi (5 km) of Palais du …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
Very little bad to say about the hotel itself! We were in a junior suite and it was worth paying extra as the room had more modern decor than the standard rooms and there was an annexe with sofa, tv, fridge. We made our own breakfast in our room (kettle, mugs and tea/coffee is supplied in the room) but had dinner several nights in the hotel restaurant which was very good although there were rather a lot of substitutions on the menu some nights. We didn't use the spa/pool as every time we tried to go in, the pool area was very crowded and no room in the hammam or sauna. This must be where all the locals live in winter! Also changing rooms and showers were very poor at the pool - it was on a par with badly council run swimming pools in the UK. We had very little choice of hotels in this area (Audierne/Douanarnez) as all the others we tried were shut but we very pleased with our stay and would recommend it out of season.
Traveller from Gloucestershire
Located in Treboul, this spa hotel is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Port-Musee and 2 mi (3.3 km) from Plage du Ris. Eglise St-Ronan …More