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  • The hotel itself is a nice boutique hotel perfectly located in the heart of Saint-Malo. The reception staff was extremely nice and helpful.

    Young couple from the United States
  • Intimate, comfortable, helpful staff, excellent breakfast. Of the 18th/19th Century Saint-Malo ship's captains' estates that remain in the area, La Grassinais has been transformed into a charming and comfortable hotel. A bit off the beaten path, it is worth the extra 2 or 3 minutes to drive there. Wonderful staff. Would go back!

    Mark, Mature couple from the United States
  • The hotel was easy to find. The proprietor was very pleasant. As a family of 4 we stayed in the fanily room, which was very spacious with a double and 2 single beds. It was a 30-40 minute walk to the walled city and we easily found a bus to come back. We had a lovely continental breakfast in the bar the next morning. The hotel was perfect for a family stopover before the morning ferry back.

    Ann, Family with older children from the United Kingdom
  • Location in a quiet area - directly on the sea front promenade yet only 1000m from the walled city. Beautifully stylish boutique hotel serving excellent food. Small but excellent private meeting facilities. Protected parking on the premises.

    John, Mature couple from the United Kingdom
  • I liked the location which was close to the ferry terminal. just 10 minutes drive, if not less and 20 minutes walk to the Intra Muros, walled city. The staff were helpful and polite. We could avail of breakfast at 6.15 am due to our ferry timings. though we were early, our room was given to us as soon as it was ready. this was helpful after a long journey. breakfast was grand by any 3 and 4 star standards. hotel decorated tastefully and people have a laidback and truly hospitable air.

    Smita, Mature couple from the United Kingdom

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Grand Hôtel Des Thermes Very good 8.3 After a long day of driving, we were pleasantly greeted by this beautiful hotel. It is old, but has a grand manner and the rooms are beautifully decorated in the latest colors of soothing yellow and gray. They definitely spent some serious money in the rooms as well as in the bathroom. Who doesn't enjoy a good shower with modern furnishings? Looking out our windows the views were gorgeous of the quaint town and hills beyond. Our trip was over a month in France and England, and this was one of the top hotels just because of location and experience.
Hotel du Louvre Very good 8.1 Great location. The staff are very friendly and helpful.
Oceania Saint Malo Excellent 8.9 The room was wonderful. Clean, comfortable, fab shower. Coffee machine so could relax on the verandah with a lovely coffee overlooking the view. So peaceful.
Escale Oceania Saint Malo Good 7.8 This was a brilliant hotel for an overnight stay before getting the ferry next morning! It was right by the beach and near to some lovely restaurants, especially La Bouche a L'Orielle. My dog was very welcome too.
Hotel De L'univers Very good 8.2 Location of hotel was fantastic, and we had a lovely large airy room facing the castle. Staff were very helpful and went out of their way to ensure our room was one of the first ready as we had a very early arrival.
Hôtel Cartier Very good 8.5 Great location, small hotel, friendly staff. The beds were very comfortable.
Hôtel Beaufort Very good 8.4 to be able to walk out on to the beach, it was lovely.!
Hotel Elizabeth Good 7.7 My wife and I had stayed at the hotel elizabeth 20 years ago, and had remembered it as being wonderful. It still is. We stayed, as before, in the main hotel, so I can't comment on their other unit. The room was small, but that is expected in any of the old buildings of the old town. Everything was fully functional, including a satisfactory wifi. The beds were very comfortable, and there is coffee (instant, though not bad) and tea in the room for the morning. The hotel is small so the staff are small in number, but always extremely helpful. There is parking if you let them know you need it. It costs a bit extra but is worth it, as the old city is, crowded with tourists like you and me, a nightmare to park in. The breakfast is a steal for 11 euros (remember that this is a place where you can spend 5 euros on a coke!). Self-cooked soft or hard-boiled eggs, ham and cheese, along with all of the standard French petit dejuner items, the pastries, plus apple and/or orange juice, and American-style coffee. Stay here for the breakfast if for no other reason. You'll start the day out right.
Hotel De La Cite Good 7.8 The hotel is very contemporary and clean. The room was fairly large for a European hotel. The location was very convenient to everything in Intra-Muros. And the cost was very reasonable. I would definitely stay there again.
Hotel De France et Chateaubriand Very good 8.3 Really like to style of this hotel. Dining room where we had a great breakfast was superb. We only had a stopover of one night but would recommend it's location toes toehold town.
Best Western Balmoral Excellent 8.6 It was a big open room that allowed you to spread out. The staff were very welcoming and the 12pm check out was helpful.
Le Port Malo Good 7.2 Hotel was very old but lovely. Was in an ideal place within the walls. Very friendly staff. Would stay there again.
Manoir de la Baronnie Excellent 8.7 Friendly, helpful. Owner speaks English.
Hôtel Le Nouveau Monde Wonderful 9.1 Location, facilities, cleanliness, friendly French staff, fantastic food.
Camping La Fontaine Good 7.5 The whole set up is fantastic for kids. My son loved the bouncy castle, park and swimming pool. Swimming pool is covered by glass so useable in all weather. Good location from st Malo and lots to do around the area.

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    Walled Gateway to France

    One of the major seaports connecting France and England, Saint Malo is Brittany’s most visited town and a tourist destination in its own right.

    The Old Town overlooks the English Channel and is completely surrounded by restored walls. You get a great view of them if you arrive on the ferries from England to St Malo (either direct or by the Channel Islands). Once an island, this citadel now shelters behind it the hundreds of sailing boats bobbing in the modern harbor.

    Within the Old Town are bars and restaurants serving oysters from nearby Cancale, and many of the St Malo hotels. The most notable sights are the cathedral with its colorful, stained-glass window, and the castle - site of the town's museum.

    The beaches are sandy, though the water is somewhat bracing. A causeway leads to Grand Bé, a rocky island housing the tomb of Chateaubriand, its most famous son. To the south is the 14th-century Solidor Tower, a remarkable collection of artifacts from voyages around Cape Horn. Further inland is Labyrinthe du Corsaire, a huge maze that will keep kids busy for hours.

    In the Rance River, connecting the sea to Dinan, is the world’s first tidal power station. The road over it leads to Dinard Airport, the closest to Saint-Malo.

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