Brittany Hotels

Brittany hotels are located along the coast, in the center of ancient towns, among beautiful gardens, or a stone's throw from the Atlantic Ocean. This French province has been blessed with diverse habitats, a long coastline, castles, monoliths, a rich and varied history, a thriving arts scene, and a relatively mild climate. Likewise, the options for lodging in Brittany France are diverse. Whether you settle in a modern hotel, bed-and-breakfast inn, a rented villa, or a campsite, you'll be surrounded by France's natural beauty and cultural heritage.

Even in ancient times, visitors chose lodging in Brittany France when they were looking for a chance to relax. With the gentle climate, crisp sea air, and abundant minerals, the coast long has been the place to go to regroup and reinvigorate. Even today, you'll find several spas, fitness centers, and hotels in Brittany that specialize in wellness techniques.

Le Domaine de Rochevilaine (pictured), one of the Brittany hotels primed for relaxation, has transformed a historic seaside manor house into place to stay and savor. Located just four hours away from the City of Lights, Le Domaine de Rochevilaine offers the same elegance as Paris luxury hotels. Among the themed suites that take inspiration from the four seasons, signs of the Zodiac, and nature, guests can soak in the views and the refreshing ocean breezes. Over the years, the hotel has collected an interesting grouping of art, including medieval Breton sculpture, now on display throughout the property. The spa, named Aqua Phenicia for the ancient settlers, offers massage and other wellness treatments.

With a coastline that stretches for hundreds of miles along the Atlantic Ocean and English Channel, chances are good you'll find one of the seaside Brittany hotels that suits your vacation plans. Whether you're coming to enjoy watersports, such as sailing, rowing, and diving; hang out on the beach; or just enjoy the sights, you'll find lodging in Brittany France near to all of the action.

Providing seaside lodging in Brittany, Le Manoir du Sphinx has been nicknamed "the hotel at the end of the world." You'll find modern amenities here, though, such as wireless Internet access, a charming restaurant, and guestrooms with English furniture. The views of the Seven Islands and the Pink Granite Coast are sure to take your breath away.

Many of the hotels in Brittany can be found in the cities, whose history stretches back into the Roman era. While you've anchored in an urban area, you'll have the chance to connect with the history and heritage of the region through its museums, churches, art galleries, and restaurants. The local cuisine has been refined over the centuries, combining elements of the sea and the woodlands, producing such specialties as salted butter with local sea salt, seafood, and mead.

Serving up local cuisine and fine hospitality, Mercure Rennes Centre Gare is found in the heart of the village of Rennes, just a five-minute walk from the train station. One of the nonsmoking hotels in Brittany offers its guests 142 guestrooms, with a décor inspired by rich colors of the nearby Brocéliande forest. Guests have the option of enjoying breakfast in their rooms, in the restaurant, or from the 24-hour market. The staff is eager to help and is conversant in French, English, and Spanish. Pets are welcome in these Brittany accommodations.

The choice of where to stay in Brittany or what's included on the itinerary may be different for each traveler. No matter what decisions you make, the legends, landscapes, and history of Brittany are just waiting to be discovered.

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