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Grand Hotel Des Bains
4 stars - based on 1 reviews
15, Rue de l'Eglise
Number of Rooms: 36
Hotel Type: Hotel
Environment: Seaside (ocean front)
Prices: from 157.00 EUR to 346.00 EUR
The belle époque feel Grand Hotel des Bains is one of those places that does things in a simple, low key way and does them all very, very well.
If you want tranquillity, then the quaint seaside town of Locquirec in Finistère is hard to beat. Views of the coast are simply spectacular and take in golden beaches, dramatic cliffs and promontories. Getting to the sea from the hotel is basically a matter of walking a few metres, there is no road in between the two and the route is private.
If you want great cuisine, then the seafood in and around the hotel is superb, as befits what many call the seafood capital of France. It is all based on fresh, seasonal, ingredients.
And if you’re thinking of a beauty treatment, no problem, the hotel’s spa is open every day an treatments available in-house include thalassotherapy and massages. With 36 rooms in all it is not a small hotel and the ample size of common areas amplifies this feel further.
But wherever you are inside, be it the bedrooms, which are lightly decorated in soothing colours and furniture (wood is a predominant material) the feel is always one of genteel class. The sort of place a period film or series could be made. Come to think of it, the Grand Hotel des Bains was the setting for a classic French comedy “L’Hotel de la Plage”. The premise of the film was, according to the producers themselves, about leisure, having a lazy time and romantic encounters. The Grand Hotel des Bains was certainly a good choice for this.
Grand Hotel Des Bains Reviews
First Visit to Locquirec
Although we have travelled to and from UK / St Malo often, this was our first crossing from Plymouth to Roscoff and the exploration of west and central Britanny. We were not disappointed! We loved Locquirec and surrounds, and Grand Hotel des Bains is in the best position to enjoy it all. We had a quiet room with a sea and park view, and particularly appreciated the splendid indoor pool, steam room, sauna and exercising equipment. Dining either in the hotel or associated village-centre bistro was a joy, with an excellent cellar at the former. Decoration of the hotel is looking slightly jaded which is the only reason for not awarding a full five stars.by Malcolm
Date of stay at the Grand Hotel Des Bains 04-09-2015
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