No basic information like a town map etc. was provided, other than that loved it all, but keep it to yourself so as to not bring in the tour buses.
The stunning views from the room across the marina and port to the sea and the old town, including a magnificent sunset each night on the horizon made for a "room with a view", and, as a bonus, no tourist rabble in sight as St. Servain/Alet is away from the camera and souvenir toting hordes, but still easily in reach (we walked) of the old town. There are walks all around the area, to the old German WW2 fort, around the the little peninsula to the bay with Dinard across the water, all quiet and peaceful with non-stop views. There is a beach in front of the hotel, not as nice as the sea facing beaches but very pleasant to relax on, and very quiet with no you know who. The hotel felt like being in a home town rather than a tourist trap. There were any number of restaurants and bars within minutes walking and the hotel has it's own maritime themed bar with the same views across the harbour. We were sad to leave.