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What a location! The hotel sits on a promontory with all the better rooms having a wonderful view of the inlet with its boats. The staff were really nice and pleased to help. The rooms and public areas were clean and fresh at all times and there was a nice atmosphere throughout our four day stay. Vannes is a brilliant, historical, city with a colourful market on Wednesday. You don't need a car, get the 3 bus outside the hotel for €1.50. The whole gulf area is simply magnificent and this hotel sits right in the middle of it.
Some things could be better. Guests should be given the car park code and not have to reverse away from the barrier at first usage. The hotel has almost no tourist information and none is offered by reception staff. Breakfast is not great, the croissants were tiny and looked like they came from a supermarket packet.
My adverse comments are fair but, equally, we would happily return to this hotel.
Visited this 3 star hotel for first time and was really impressed. It is in an impressive position on the estuary just outside of Vannes, peaceful, and a great aspect over the water. The rooms were average size and immaculate and the staff very friendly and helpful. There are 2 restaurants and both offer excellent food and service. Plenty of parking, and given the position it is better to have a car. Friends recommended this hotel to us and we have no hesitation on doing the same.
My wife and I spent a week here , exploring the town of Vannes and the local countryside. The hotel is well situated on a peninsula, popular with locals for walking, jogging and cycling. The restaurant offers excellent quality seafood and an excellent breakfast choice. We found the staff to be very friendly and helpful too. The front sea view rooms deliver the view for sure!
Our 2nd-floor room had wonderful views of the water all round, despite not being a "room with sea view". It was comfortable, if a little too warm at times. We found the staff friendly but not gushing, and helpful whenever we needed it. The breakfast was amazing if a little expensive, and the views from the dining room, conservatory or even the garden made it all the more enjoyable to savour it slowly. The whole area (an island suburb of Vannes, in the gulf of Morbihan) was extremely relaxing and pleasant to walk around, with a couple of lively bars very close by. After taking the bus into Vannes the first morning, we walked into town and back several times along the delightful coastal footpath - having extended our stay by 3 days. This was about enough, as we had decided not to use the car for the 5 days, but there are plenty of places nearby to explore, and of course plenty to see in the lovely old city of Vannes itself. As it was, we found the whole stay extremely restorative!
A great location, just beyond the city, with great opportunities for walking around about. Good car park, secure. Quiet, especially at night. Wonderful to be woken not by cars but boats chugging up and down the river.
Our excellent, reasonably large upper floor room looked over the river/bay and was only spoiled by the fact it was fitted out for a disabled person (and good for them to have such rooms, albeit strange to find them upstairs) - which meant it was not quite as private as we might have wished, especially the bathroom. I think hotels perhaps ought to ask before allocating these more generally? This wasn't a short notice booking.
We found the staff helpful enough, if not gushing. On arrival, the room wasn't ready by 2.45pm, which seemed late for a hotel of this quality.