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Property LocationWhen you a stay at Belambra Clubs Morgat \- Le Grand Hôtel De La Mer in Crozon, you'll be on the beach, just steps from Armorique Natural Regional Park and Morgat Beach. This beach hotel is 8.1 mi (13 km) from Pointe de Penhir and 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Plage du Portzic. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
- Armorique Natural Regional Park - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi
- Morgat Beach - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi
- Plage du Portzic - 0.6 km / 0.3 mi
- Vedettes Sirenes \- 1.6 km / 1 mi
- Office de Tourisme de Crozon - 1.8 km / 1.1 mi
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Check-out ends at: 11:00
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Reviewed 7 august, 2019
It was a pleasure to stay a week in this hotel and meet with these very charme and helpful people of the hotel. This is one best place if you want to drop to the see. We may come back since we are very satisfied.
Fantastic hotel, a very particular experience!!!
Reviewed 25 august, 2017
July 2016. It is clearly an experience. A well-maintained 3-stars hotel, on the seafront etc. If you need luxury, probably it is not a right place to go. But for us it was an unforgettable experience. 1. The building - it is a hotel in a building constructed in the beginning of the century. The stairs, halls, high ceilings - you feel like in Titanic (in a good sence))))). There are no other hotels like this one! 2. Situation - rooms with seaview are fantastic! You feel like being in a ship. The seq is coming so close to the hotel that you can barely see the beach. The same view from the restaurant. 3. Very good tourist guide and cute animation. It is definitely not a place to go with small children, but if you are looking for a calm and quiet place - it is the right one. 4. Fantastic sea, fantastic area around, great views! The only demand to the hotel : if you can provide more bacon and eggs for breakfast, you will be just perfect)))))))
Needs a new director!
Reviewed 29 july, 2016
When staying at the hotel, i found the Director was very unprofessional, dressed unprofessional. He spoke to me and others with no respect at all. There is no swimming pool too! Food like school dinners, small and very bland. I wont be visiting this hotel again
Reviewed 11 july, 2016
This hotel is situated on the edge of the little town of Morgat,right by the sea, feet in it really. You can step down into the sea from the steps of the hotel terrasse, wonderful. The Art Deco architecture has been wonderfully preserved and restored. The inside is simply decorated, but functional and clean. The only drawback was the mattress, on the hard side for our sensitive backs, but we were tired after walking a lot so slept very well any way. That's the reason for the 4 stars for sleep quality as the hotel was very quiet. The restaurant is very good, but you can have buffet dinners which are cheaper. The breakfast is also good, buffet too. The staff are very pleasant and helpful. Loved every minute in this place, we had a fantastic view on the Morgat bay from our room facing the sea. Will come again!
Nice View Room On Beach
Reviewed 19 june, 2016
We had room 230. Three floors up, corner room, facing the ocean. Because it is on the corner, we had an extra window facing towards town (up the beach) as well as the french doors out to the patio. The room was good size, not huge. Room for a good king size bed. The bed was low to the ground - less than knee-high to me. Plugs for charging conveniently located on each side of bed and at desk. Good sized desk, two chairs, closet with hangers, refrigerator (and no mini bar crap taking up space!) and safe big enough for a laptop. Clean bathroom and room. Amenities provided. "Fon" hair dryer (the worst, says the wife). Two chairs, table and lounger on the patio. Good views to the sunrise. About a ten minute, mostly level walk to town. Easy. BONUS: if you have one of the rooms with patio towards the ocean, you have a dedicated parking space, in a locked (at night) lot. Nice help at the desk. It is true that there seems to be a lot of old people here. More than normal. Comfortable all the same. When the tide is in, the steps lead right down to the water and rocks. Tide out? A strip of sand is there. So, you just walk over to the beach, a whole minute and a half away. Big deal. Crappy part: The WiFi. It is spotty and the kind that keeps kicking you off after 4 hours or less. I hated having to keep logging back in. Really hated it. Almost dropped them a star for this.