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Top 10 Brazzo Hotels

Top 10 Brazzo Hotels

1




4.2/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
6, avenue Pierre Loti, La Baule-Escoublac, Pays de la Loire, France
24.6km from Montoir Airport
1.8km from Gare de la Baule Escoublac
18.8km from Gare de Saint Nazaire
"From the moment we parked outside we knew this was going to be special. We pulled up to the hotel and were greeted by a tall, helpful, kind and friendly member of staff. He took my bags and keys and asked me to go inside to check in. We were again greeted by a very professional receptionist who took the time to go through the check in process, showing me the restaurant, pool and room. N.B. It was our 5th wedding anniversary and had been traveling back from Bordeaux to St Malo stopping in La Baule for one night. I emailed the hotel advising them of our anniversary. We were not expecting anything at all however, the receptionist mentioned that they had upgraded us to a junior suite! We walked into the beautiful room and was greeted with a bottle of champagne and a delicious cake. The indoor pool was incredible, the food has been divine! We will certainly be coming back here very soon. Thank you to the manager for the welcome letter and for employing the very best staff. Superb!"
"We stayed at the hotel as a family of 5 around Bastille day. The staff was very welcoming and providing a great level of service including valet parking. We had a nice terrace where we could eat breakfast / lunch which were served in a timely manner. The food at the restaurants of the hotel (plage,..) is good and tasty. Breakfast is well organized within COVID constraints (scheduled time to come, staff to prepare your buffet choice,...) Nice pool as well. We do recommend if you stay in La Baule."
"The management is totally not sensitive to the customers. The fire alarm that went off on Tuesday night August 27 could have been followed by a communication by the management explaining what happened to re-assure the residents and apologize for the inconvenience. The receptionist on our departure day, Thursday August 29, did not inform the concierge of our request to pick up our luggages; I believe her name was Audrey. My parents in law, who are elderly aged, requested a room on the first floor upon booking but did not get it, they stayed on the second floor. My sister in law and her kids got a room for disabled persons which we specifically did not request. Besides that the hotel was nice, the rest of the staff very friendly and the food very good. But this hotel can do better when you are part of the group Barriere."
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2




4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
5, esplanade Lucien Barriere, BP 173, La Baule-Escoublac, Pays de la Loire, France
24.3km from Montoir Airport
2.3km from Gare de la Baule Escoublac
18.5km from Gare de Saint Nazaire
"L'Hermitage really exceeded expectations, it is quite glamorous, the welcome was top class and the service throughout was exactly what you expect from a 5 star resort hotel. We loved the beach club, even though as a hotel resident you have to pay for sun loungers, it keeps the beach quiet (and almost child-free!) so you can enjoy reading, sunbathing and sleeping. The Head Concierge was top class, great recommendations and absolutely on it for any request. We had not been to La Baule before, so as uninitiated Brits it was a real delight. The bay and its beach have a real charm, the sea is relatively warm for an Atlantic coast resort, and the constant sports and activities on the beach gave it a good vibe. 2 things about the hotel were that the beach restaurant menu felt a little too formal, we thought there should be more casual dining options during the day. Also our prestige "sea view" room did have a sea view in fairness, but it was on the side of the hotel so we felt a little let down as we had expected it to be a full sea view room on the front of the hotel, suggest you double check whe you book, which we didn't. Staff throughout were plentiful, very attentive and clearly very well trained, which was a real pleasure. We would definitely recommend the hotel and the resort, and would certainly go back."
"We’re just coming back of the most beautiful and dreamy stay at L’Hermitage. I didn’t get a chance to stay there since they last refurbished it. From arrival to departure it is exquisite, authentic and so welcoming. The team was truly wonderful and made us feel very welcome. The room was bright and spacious with the most wonderful view on the beach and pool. The pool is perfectly sized for the hotel and has this kind of old luxury French vibe to it that makes it very refined. The surroundings of the hotel is absolutely stunning. We took the opportunity of a gorgeous sunset night to drive along la grande cote du Pouliguen: dreamy. By day don’t miss walking and driving around those gorgeous villas Bauloises. The valet parking was the best. Entering this hotel always feels very special but departing was as exclusive with the valet cleaning the windows of the car before we left to the airport. Such a nice and genuine touch. I definitely look forward to come back soo!"
"We had a great 3 night stay here. It is located right on the beach, has a lovely heated outdoor pool and the service is perfect. Great restaurants, bikes available to use. Cant fault anything! The bedroom was nice with a huge bed and lovely bathroom. It was our wedding anniversary - we mentioned it when booking a table for dinner and a bottle of champagne appeared in our room. Thank you!"
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3




4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
1, avenue Andrieu, BP 409, La Baule-Escoublac, Pays de la Loire, France
24.6km from Montoir Airport
2.0km from Gare de la Baule Escoublac
18.8km from Gare de Saint Nazaire
"On our trip through Brittany we spent a night at the Castel Marie-Louise and found it delightful. Our room was quite comfortable and from the mini-balcony, we could see the Atlantic Ocean. The hotel is in busy La Baule on the waterfront but because the hotel is set back a bit, it really is quite quiet. Our dinner reservation was a bit of a mix-up -- in reply to an email from the hotel, we made a reservation for dinner and then their reply said they were all booked -- why did they email us then. But luckily, there was a cancellation and we had a delightful All Fish Surprise dinner, and it was delicious sitting on the lawn with the ocean just ahead. We had oysters, lobster on a potato cake and in broth, hake and carrots, and multiple delicious desserts. Thibaut, our waiter, was most gracious and helpful. The hotel is in a lovely location -- we swam in the ocean just after we arrived -- but quiet and charming. We highly recommend it!"
"We arrived at the hotel after an exhausting two and a half trip around France and therefore this hotel was just what we were looking for. The hotel has beautiful grounds and although it is right opposite the beach, within an easy walk into the centre, it was very peaceful. The beds were huge and extremely comfortable. As the hotel is of an older build, as previous reviews have noted there is no air conditioning. Although there was a charge levied for parking in the hotel's car park, common with many French hotels, it was large and secure. Very friendly and welcoming staff; we will back next year!"
"This hotel is excellent. They have a very simple and transparent web-site for booking. The reception welcome was professional and friendly, the bedroom much bigger than expected with a super bathroom. The hotel is on the seafront, just across the road to a wonderful sandy beach. Delicious breakfast overlooking their garden and a quick friendly check out. We’ve already booked our next stay in a month’s time. "
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4




4/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
2 Avenue De La Noue, La Baule-Escoublac, Pays de la Loire, France
24.5km from Montoir Airport
2.2km from Gare de la Baule Escoublac
18.7km from Gare de Saint Nazaire
"Stayed here over 5 nights as an Autumn break and were fortunate with the weather and fortunate with our choice of hotel as we really enjoyed our stay here. We asked for a room on an upper floor and a sea view and that’s what we got when we arrived, worth the extra cost for the view as it was very pleasant. The room was a good size, big telly on the wall if that’s what you want, decent bathroom, large comfy bed, wardrobe ok (could do with a few more hangers) brewing facilities but let down by the paper cups that were provided instead of a proper cup or mug ( a really poor do that we thought so borrowed two cups out of the restaurant) Breakfast was ok though a bit scarce if you were down after 9.30 on a couple of our days ( well we were on holiday). We had dinner in the hotel on two occasions and both were well presented, service was super and the food tasted good. All the staff were very good, in particular all the reception staff we dealt with were excellent. We had one problem with the bathroom drainage and it was sorted immediately with no hassle to us at all. We did book a place in the car park which was well worth it, certainly if you were to go in high season it’s a must in our view. The car park isn’t the biggest and is a bit tight if all the spaces are filled by 4x4 types but it’s still worth it. The verdict, nice hotel, good location, worth the money in our view, would we go again, it’s a yes from us."
"We had dinner here on New Year’s Eve. The food was quite delicious, with a fixed menu (see picture). I was especially impressed with how they showcased the high quality of the vegetables in their dishes. The one thing that was missing was music to create a joyful, NYE celebratory vibe, but they don’t promote themselves or this dinner as one of entertainment so that’s on me. I would not come here expecting a casual “eat and drink with friends all night long” type of atmosphere. No large groups here. More on the quiet, very low key side. The food and suggested wine pairings were both well executed. [IG @sipsavorslay]"
"Very nice hotel, not on the cheap side but worth the money. The rooms are very need,if you choose a room with ocean view you will not regret. Bar and restaurant are really good. The only minus is the parking situation, there are only a few parking spots available at the hotel and you have to pay for. If you do not get an parking spot at the hotel you have to park wherever you find a spot on the roads nearby!"
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5




4.6/5
Outstanding
10 Reviews
7 Avenue des Cormorans, La Baule-Escoublac, Pays de la Loire, France
23.8km from Montoir Airport
1.1km from Gare de la Baule Escoublac
18.0km from Gare de Saint Nazaire
"This beautiful boutique hotel (9 rooms) in a completely renovated and refurbished 1929 house is a sheer delight from the superb decor everywhere you look, to the comfortable rooms each with a balcony of some sort overlooking the splendid entrance courtyard with its impressive staircase and palm trees. It is situated in an old quiet residential area behind the more modern apartment blocks that line the seafront, and set among pine trees, yet only 2 or 3 minutes walk away from the beach. We were warmly received by all the staff no matter the time of day and nothing was too much trouble. Finding the otherwise excellent restaurant closed on our first night, Marlène rang a neighbouring restaurant to book us a table and even took us there in the hotel's electric car. That really is going the extra mile! I loved the elegant terrace in front of the hotel which is reached by the sweeping staircase leading to the Reception area. (There is a lift.) On a warm afternoon a perfect place for a cup of tea or drink. There is a roof top terrace which we didn't visit as assumed it was closed as it was October. A couple of things to note. There is no private parking but in October finding a place was not a problem. We were always able to park a few yards from the hotel. Many of the other houses in the road and nearby are closed for the winter. However, once the season is under way and especially July-August, parking could be more difficult. Secondly I would suggest that if you have any special dietry requirements, you contact the hotel before making a reservation to discuss this with them. All in all a most enjoyable and relaxing experience. Hope to go back next year. PS I would have liked to add a paragraph in French for French speaking readers but I wouldn't do it justice! Quand-meme quelques mots vont suffir.... superbe, elegant, exceptionel et tres sympa!"
"The hotel is in a very quiet road just behind the beach near the centre of La Baule. The recent renovations have created a light and airy hotel with spacious, well appointed bedrooms and attractive dining area. The new roof terrace is an added bonus. Our large bed was particularly comfortable, and the en-suite facilities were excellent. The staff were all delightful and friendly creating a very welcoming atmosphere. Excellent French breakast including freshly squeezed orange juice and fresh fruit. Our only minor criticisms are a lack of shelf/drawer space although there was plenty of hanging space in the cupboards, and a lack of shower caps in the bathroom."
"Surprisingly nicely renovated boutique hotel with an eye for detail. Situated close to the La Baule centre and beach. We booked a luxoury room with a terrace. Superb! Not in the least the wonderful bathroom with its huge, free standing bath tub. We loved the breakfast, enjoyed the sunny roof terrace for apéritifs, the cosy diner terrace and the extremely friendly personnel. Highly recommended! Great value for money!"
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6




4/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
42 Boulevard de la République, Pornichet, Pays de la Loire, France
17.1km from Montoir Airport
5.6km from Gare de la Baule Escoublac
11.4km from Gare de Saint Nazaire
"Not many hotels in the area can offer the same charm and ambiance as the Hotel Sud Bretagne. With a pool and beautiful exotic garden where you can enjoy your breakfast in the morning or dinner at night. Staff are extremely welcoming and warm. The owner a lovely character who takes great pride in his establishment. At night candlelit tables fill the courtyard and in the morning complete quiet while you take in the morning air from your own private balcony. Rooms are spacious and decorated differently. Spa area a treat as is the pool table. The bar resonates with a bygone area where a martini would seem appropriate. Steps away from the beachfront and with own parking, its a gem worth trying!"
"I can't thank enough to Paul, the big boss of this place, well actually he is trying to improve the quality of the rooms and services that his family have had for many years. You can fell how this young fella has tons of skills delivering a great hospitality and customer service. We had a chat about the improvements that he wants to do in the property and I am totally sure, he'll get where he wants as you can feel he is passionate for his job. Hotel keep the same historically style with a modern touches. Food is fantastic and breakfast with a variety of local and traditional dishes. Spa big enough to relax after a long journey. Bravo Paul, keep it up!"
"We stay in Hotel Sud Bretagne every year - you are always given a great welcome and the service is exceptional. We love every minute of our stay. The decor is quirky and stylish, the restaurant is wonderful and dietary requirements catered for without a fuss. Thank you for making our stay as memorable as always. See you next year. Highly recommended "
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7




4.3/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
1, Avenue Léon Dubas - Pointe du Bec, Pornichet, Pays de la Loire, France
18.0km from Montoir Airport
5.9km from Gare de la Baule Escoublac
12.2km from Gare de Saint Nazaire
"I have stayed here several times before, and the last time I visited was slightly below expectations. I am glad to say this time was a return to the standard! The Chateau des Tourelles is a deeply impressive hotel design. You enter through large wrought iron gates onto prestigious grounds, and the hotel is built essentially as a system of wings coming off the original chateau, which stands impressively on the edge of the rugged coast. Arrival always feels like a James Bond film. But, I was a little disappointed to not feel very warmly greeted by the reception staff on this occasion. The first couple times I stayed, that part of service was impeccable. The concierge team were nice however. Room For a change, I went for the entry-level room, which was in the chateau itself. The room wasn't too small at all, which I thought it would be. Rooms have a fridge that rarely works, and free water (which was not resupplied). Instead of a robe, you get the signature kimono, which I always think is an excellent gimmick, however the one I had was clearly past its best. The room still felt luxurious, despite being entry-level, but it could do with another chair. I actually would stay in this room again, but my preference will always be to upgrade to the Comfort room with a balcony. Facilities As always, facilities are great provided it is not busy. The spa has a swimming pool with an array of jets, a jacuzzi section, a plunge pool with more jets and waterfalls, a communal steam room, and separate men and women changing rooms with showers, lockers and tiny saunas. The outdoor pool is closed for most of the year, but still appears full and fairly clean, so does not become an eyesore. There are ample treatment rooms, a non-gym, and a couple of massaging chairs free to use. The bar is very nice with great ottomans, and the restaurant is supposed to be good (though is expensive). The terrace overlooking the sea is a pleasant and interestingly furnished spot to sit and relax. Location From right outside the chateau, you will find wonderful coastal walks to St Sebastian, or in the other direction to Pornichet centre. Horse racing is nearby. It is a much longer walk to La Baule, however this is very pleasant and flat, and there are shops and restaurants and bars within a 5 minute walk of the hotel. Pornichet is a coach ride from Nantes, but really it is best to drive here. If dramatic surroundings and aesthetic views are what you look for on a run, this area will not disappoint! My favourite route is along the coast as far as you can go, on the beach for part of it, then back via the residential road inland with wonderful architecture and trees. Overall, the aesthetics of the hotel and its spa feel indulgent and relaxing. An old fella once said to me in the jacuzzi, that 2 weeks in the Tourelles spa will undo everything that life has done to you during the year, and keep you young! And I actually believe it. It is one of the "
"We booked for just one night. On arrival everything seemed excellent, pleasant staff and well run. Unfortunately things constantly started to unravel. Firstly the lunch menu is very limited and my chicken was undercooked and very pink. I left most of it as I didn’t want to become ill. We passed on the breakfast at around 26 euros a head which is ridiculous. We asked for a prestige Atlantic view room which we were given but have many issues. The room advertised a mini bar. We found an empty fridge. The room is advertised as soundproofed but constant irritating banging going on around outside. There are only 2 small LED lights in the main bathroom which are rather inadequate. The freestanding robe doesn’t fit the room and looks like an afterthought. The carpets are sun bleached with stains and cigarette burns. The windows are streaky and not clean. Above the balcony the concrete is cracked and leaking water in two places. The room is very badly designed and the bed poorly positioned so you cannot see the sea at all which is a shame when waking to a view of the house next door which is very close by. Really this is a 4 star hotel trying to be a 5 star hotel with 5 star prices. 353 Euros for one night plus car parking not including breakfast is quite excessive. The issues as a whole just add up to spoiling what would be an otherwise pleasant room and stay. A great shame as the staff are great but somehow attention to detail is lacking at this price and level. We are very glad we are not here for longer as the disappointment would have spoiled our visit. Pornichet is not particularly attractive and quite over rated compared to many other Atlantic or Mediterranean locations that we have been to and I imagine completely jam packed in season. The parking staff were lovely and very helpful. There is very little alternative parking so I advise to book this ahead. "
"My husband and I have been travelling around France on our bicycles and decided to stay at Hotel Chateau des Tourelles as a treat and what a treat it was. Beautiful hotel, right on the beach. The views from our 3rd floor balcony were stunning. The pool was immaculate and the perfect temperature. We dined at the restaurant both nights and were lucky enough to be there on a Friday night when they have their Seafood Buffet. All the food was delicious. The reception staff are excellent as are all the staff in the restaurant and the Spa. The Consierges were also outstanding and very helpful. Loved this hotel so much."
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8




4.3/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Place Notre-Dame, La Baule-Escoublac, Pays de la Loire, France
23.6km from Montoir Airport
960m from Gare de la Baule Escoublac
17.9km from Gare de Saint Nazaire
"A substantial property spread over a number of separate Villas of varying ages with the main part of the Hotel (Reception, Restaurant and Meeting Rooms) at its heart. Staff are excellent if, at times, one or two are a little "ditzy" - one took us to our room and asked us to return to Reception to get a map of the route to the Hotel car park - when we got there a few minutes later, she was surprised to see us! Also, one of the staff at breakfast (breakfast is taken in the restaurant or in the garden outside) repeatedly forgot to bring items to us. Design of the rooms, on the basis of ours, appeared a little eclectic, with no real theme to the paintings on the wall and a mix of styles and eras. Room itself was clean and well laid-out with plenty of storage, A/C and a flat-screen TV. Bathroom was clean (they seemed to change towels every day?), bright and functional with good over-bath shower pressure and ventilation. The Hotel has roads on two sides (it is effectively on a promontory between roads) but the roads are relatively quiet and the rooms have good double-glazing to sound-proof them anyway - we are both light sleepers and had no problem getting a good night's sleep. Food in the Restaurant is a classic case of you get what you pay for - quality is getting up towards Michelin Star, but as a result it is not cheap - we would definitely eat there again - dress code is casual, although some do dress for the occasion. Breakfast is an extended Continental breakfast, with plenty of local produce and an "of course" Sir attitude to customer service where nothing is too much bother and if something runs out, simply ask and it will be provided. Hotel is just two blocks from the sea and a massive promenade - good for jogging if you're into that sort of thing, although the Hotel has a large supply of on-site bikes for hire (Euros 10 per day if I remember correctly) with an area for storage when not being used, and La Baule has an extensive spread of dedicated bike-lanes. Plenty of good restaurants nearby if you fancy a change from the Hotel restaurant and the main street for shopping (Avenue du General de Gaulle) is just a few blocks away too. N.B.: La Baule is a maze of really confusing one-way roads, therefore the easiest way to access the Hotel is to go along Avenue Georges Clemenceau, turn down Avenue des Petrels (one-way) and go almost to the end of the road - just before you arrive at the the junction, on the right there is an opening (last opening) - this is the access to the Hotel car park which has room for about 8 cars if everyone has parked correctly. I suggest that you park there and then walk up the stairs to the Hotel to check in, to save having to drive around the streets looking for a space."
"Warmly recommended the St Christophe was a lovely place to stay all around. The grounds, facilities, room, bedding, restaurant and service all excellent. Our six day stay was a pleasure from start to finish and we were very well taken care of on the Demi-pension. "
"Had a great 1 night stay at Saint Christophe hotel. The grounds, the room, and the location are perfect. The staff are very professional and welcoming. If you're looking for a quaint hotel just a short walk from the beach, look no further. We'll return."
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9




4/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
26 Av Des Pins, Pornichet, Pays de la Loire, France
18.1km from Montoir Airport
8.4km from Gare de la Baule Escoublac
12.4km from Gare de Saint Nazaire
"Set in a residential area in Pornichet seaside resort, a 2-minute walk from the superb beach of Sainte-Marguerite, the hotel offers quality accommodation and a warm welcome. With the beach, wellness centres (thalassotherapy, sauna, hot tub), restaurants and local attractions nearby, Le Marina presents the ideal backdrop for a relaxing holiday near La Baule and its beach, the largest in Europe. The hotel benefits from a privileged location from which to discover Guérande, Nantes, Saint-Nazaire or the Marais Salants (salt marshes)."
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10




4.1/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
7 Avenue Flornoy, Pornichet, Pays de la Loire, France
16.9km from Montoir Airport
5.2km from Gare de la Baule Escoublac
11.2km from Gare de Saint Nazaire
"We were travelling from Spain to Roscoff on our way back to England and the Hotel Flornoy provided an excellent stopping off point on the night before we sailed. The hotel was extremely clean, comfortable and perfectly well equipped for our needs. The welcome was warm and parking was easy. The hotel was very peaceful and we were almost entirely unaware that there were others, in fact quite a few, staying at the same time. The wifi was good and the breakfast was exceptional providing a great selection including some regional specialities. The Hotel restaurant was closed during our visit but it was suggested that we visit Le Grain de Folie, nearby and apparently in the same ownership, where we ate extremely well"
"A really smart hotel, well decorated throughout, lovely pool (inflatables well appreciated by our daughters, nice touch), pleasant / friendly staff, cool restaurant / bar area. Location pretty decent too, short walk to beach and restaurants. Would definitely go back if in the area again."
"This was the third time we have stayed here and our stay was a good as the other two. I have no negative comments at all about this friendly, well run, clean and quiet hotel. Everyone there is pleasant and helpful. Should you be looking for somewhere in Pornichet look no further."
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