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<h3>Property Location</h3> With a stay at B&B; Hotel Saint-Malo Centre, you'll be centrally located in Saint-Malo, within a 15-minute drive of Saint-Malo Ferry Port and Plage du Rosais. This hotel is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Grand Aquarium and 2.1 mi (3.3 km) from Solidor Tower. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer. <br> - Grand Aquarium - 2.3 km / 1.4 mi<br> - Plage du Rosais - 2.3 km / 1.4 mi<br> - Plage des Fours à Chaux - 2.3 km / 1.4 mi<br> - Plage de Solidor - 2.6 km / 1.6 mi<br> - Plage des Bas-Sablons - 2.7 km / 1.7 mi<br> - Plage des Corbières - 2.7 km / 1.7 mi<...
76 Avenue du Général de Gaulle, 35400 Saint-Malo, France - Saint-Malo, Brittany - France - 35400
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Reviewed 4 september, 2020
The hotel is quite close to the center, by car aprox. 10 minutes. The rooms are small but very clean with comfortable beds, for sleeping is ideal. The Internet connection is very good, perfect for working as well.
Reviewed 11 august, 2019
The hotel is situated far away from the old city (Intra-Muros), but the bus station is near (however the bus arrival is unreliable to the schedule). The breakfast is only 6.85 euros with small choices of food. Staff is friendly, very fast and hardworkink doring the breakfast.
Great Base For Visiting St Malo & Surrounds
Reviewed 29 july, 2019
Stayed here for 3 nights with family ( wife & 2 kids aged 6 & 7) at the end of 2.5 weeks in France. Automatic check in went very smoothly. Room was a little small but practical and spotlessly clean. Boys beds were on a mezzanine area which they found very amusing. Breakfast was excellent value at €3 for kids & €7 for adults. Enough in the buffet breakfast to keep you going til lunch and beyond if you like. This hotel is a very good option to use as a base to see St Malo and the surrounding area. 3 nights were probably enough but will certainly be using this chain of hotels again. Staff were courteous and helpful.
Reviewed 21 july, 2019
I’m writing this review whilst laying on the bed in the hotel but really wanted to comment! Check in was easy - the gentleman at reception was friendly and spoke excellent English. Parking is right outside too and the added bonus: there is a lift, so you aren’t carting bags and kids up the stairs to your room. I think the room is fantastic! We have a family room (room 88), so you walk in and have a double bed, bathroom and then a further two single beds upstairs - the kids LOVE it! They found a bit of dust, and I must admit there was a body hair (thankfully not a curly one...!) on the bed (not in it) but this could easily have been an arm hair from a hairy male cleaner. Overall though, I’m happy with the condition of the room and cleanliness. There isn’t much storage at all and so it is more suited to a stopover stay. There is some space upstairs though, so I wonder if drawers could be put up there. I don’t know about other people but I would happily stay here for longer periods. (in which case the shelf and small hanging space wouldn’t really be enough so we’d be living out of the suitcase). Shower is great and whilst there is no bath, the shower has two wall brackets with one of them being very low down - perfect if you are needing to shower children. It is a noisy area but this isn’t B&B Hotel’s fault and actually, with windows closed it really does limit the noise quite well. The only slight negative - the room is so so warm. The upstairs window has a metal limiter and chain all bolted in, so perfectly safe to leave open. The downstairs window has no security feature and so cannot be left open (as it is next to the door and chest height, anyone could easily get in). This makes the room very warm and indeed I woke up at midnight and had to sit there with the window open for ten minutes to bring the temperature down. To be fair though - my daughter isn’t well and is running a fever, which didn’t help things. Perhaps management could consider putting a little electric fan in the rooms for people to use? Or putting a security limiting device on the downstairs window too, not just a plastic one? Would I stay here again? Absolutely. I’d prefer staying in colder seasons(!) but I wouldn’t hesitate to stay here again. (Can’t comment about breakfast as kids want to go to McDonald’s...)
Handy for the ferry
Reviewed 17 september, 2017
We paid 56 euros for a double room with ensuite. We paid extra for breakfast at 6.5 euros each (I think). For a one night stop its ok but I would not stay here for longer. There is an intermarche next door which is handy. The hotel is not in the old town and is a reasonable walk away. The hotel does not have a restaurant for an evening meal. Breakfast is ok but basic - continental, bacon and egg or cereals. It is in an inner city location.