Hotels and More in Saint Malo

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  • $141

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    Oceania Saint Malo, Saint Malo

    Oceania Saint Malo

    Sillon, Saint Malo

    9.0 Awesome 1,107 reviews
    Description The Oceania Saint Malo hotel faces the sea and is located on Chaussée du Sillon, opposite Sillon Beach and 1476 feet from Saint-Malo Marina.
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    "Friendliest staff ever. Let us keep our room for an extra two hours at no charge. Beautiful views from breakfast room/bar. Good bed. Excellent location, a few minutes walk from the old town."

    Corinne. Switzerland
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  • $168

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    Golden Tulip Saint Malo– Le Grand Bé, Saint Malo
    9.3 Awesome 417 reviews
    Description Located in the walled city of Saint Malo, a 5-minute walk from Saint-Malo Harbor, Golden Tulip Saint Malo offers free WiFi and a restaurant. Guests can enjoy free access to a fitness center.
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    "This is by far the best place to stay while in Saint Malo. My family came for vacation and this hotel was a highlight. Staff was exceptional, rooms were very clean, modern and well thought out. Food..."

    Andrea. United States of America
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  • $113

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    Hotel des Abers, Saint Malo

    Hotel des Abers

    Intra Muros, Saint Malo

    9.1 Awesome 448 reviews
    Description Set in a property originally built in the 16th century, Hotel des Abers is located in central Saint Malo, 1312 feet from Saint-Malo Casino and 1640 feet from Cale de Dinan Ferry.
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    "Location, comfort, cleanliness, breakfast."

    Sonia. Guernsey
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  • $89

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    Hôtel Le Nautilus, Saint Malo

    Hôtel Le Nautilus

    Intra Muros, Saint Malo

    9.0 Awesome 198 reviews
    Description Hôtel Le Nautilus is set in a renovated 17th-century building and is located in the walled city of Saint-Malo. This hotel offers a bar, luggage storage and a shared lounge.
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    "Staff was very nice, and room was quiet and comfortable."

    Ellen. United States of America
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  • $158

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    Hôtel Le Nouveau Monde, Saint Malo
    9.0 Awesome 814 reviews
    Description This beachfront hotel is just a 5-minute walk to the historic center of Saint-Malo and 3117 feet from Saint-Malo Marina.
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    "Fabulous Restaurant. Fabulous Bar. Super Staff! Beautiful view of the beach from the restaurant. Great meal and drinks."

    justabikegirl. United States of America
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  • $157

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    Château Hôtel Du Colombier, Saint Malo
    9.0 Awesome 185 reviews
    Description Nestled in a 6-hectare park only a 5-minute drive from the beach, the Château Hôtel Du Colombier dates back to the 18th century and combines historical charm with modern comforts.
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    "The owners Carol and William (the gourmet and creative chef) have created a very special atmosphere for their guests comfort and thorough enjoyment of the Chateau and lovely grounds. The food was so outstanding that I will return in a year and stay several days to enjoy the peaceful surroundings and dining experience.."

    Anne. United States of America
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Saint Malo was highly rated for history by 137 guests from the United States! Saint Malo Travel Guide

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.