Just a heads's up, the hotel does not have an elevator and it is a @20 minute walk to the city center---in case you are an elderly traveler. Otherwise, just what I was looking/hoping for!
I stayed at he hotel in Late April 2015. The hotel is located right on the beach. The hotel staff were very welcoming and let me come early, as I had made my reservation only an hour before as I travelled from Rennes. Free parking right at the door was terrific!! The room was clean as a whistle and every single inch of space was used ingeniously. (Europeans seem to be able to fit a full bathroom anyplace). I requested a room with a beach view. When I had trouble connecting to the WiFi in the first rooms was shown to, Christian, the hotelier, immediately moved me to another room, without so much as a peep. The second room was even bigger - and I was not up-charged. The bar, salon and restaurant were very clean, and the views, day and night, were ridiculously beautiful. I hung out in the salon just watching out the huge bay window until 1am, and it was very relaxing. The hotel is situated on the the promenade, and is @20 minute walk to the main city center (tourists/restaurant). The walk went by fast as the sun was shining bright and tons of families were enjoying the HUGE beach. I enjoyed being a tiny bit away from the main tourists area. In the evening I thought I would have to walk beck into town for a meal, but the hotel itself and many others on the promenade offer great fresh seafood meals. I ended up also eating at The Brasserie du Sillion, @4minute walk from the hotel and it ended up being terrific and definitely a bit upscale.