Cheap Hotels in Rennes
The Hotel Adagio Access Rennes Centre offers business and leisure customers 179 practical and fully-furnished apartments for up to 4 people. The Aparthotel's proximity to the city center and public transport network makes it an ideal base for visiting the city. With your comfort in mind, it also offers a meeting room for up to 30 people. This is an ideal destination for getaways and relaxation.
Whether you are traveling for business or enjoying a family vacation, discover Brittany's treasures at the Novotel Rennes Alma hotel. Just 1.9 miles (3 km) from the center of Rennes, the hotel boasts spacious and modern rooms set in a pleasant garden. Fiv e bright meeting rooms with WiFi are available. After a day's work, or a trip to Mont Saint-Michel or the Brocéliande forest, relax on the terrace by the pool. Take a breath of fresh Brittany air at Novotel.
The contemporary, inviting and refined Balthazar Hotel and Spa is set in the heart of Rennes just a short stroll from the Parliament of Brittany. Impressive in scale, this elegant and unique hotel combines aesthetics and authenticity and strives to make guests feel right at home. Perfect for a business meeting over a cocktail, curling up by the fireplace with a book or a spot of relaxation in the Nuxe Spa, come and share some special moments with us.
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Hôtel Le Bretagne
Hôtel Le Bretagne is ideally located in the city centre, opposite the TGV Train Station and Gare Metro stop. Its rooms have free WiFi internet access and flat-screen TVs. Breakfast is served every morning from 05:30 to 10:00 and the front desk is open 24-hours a day. Hôtel Le Bretagne is an economy hotel within a short walk of the old town of Rennes. Also opposite the hotel is the bus station, which services day trips to Mont Saint Michel.
Hotels in Rennes
Rennes is the tenth-largest French city and is located in the east of Brittany in north-western France. The capital of Brittany, as well as the Ille-et-Vilaine department, the city is a great base to explore eastern Brittany by public transport, with its excellent bus and train connections.
Les Champs Libres
Whether young or old, no trip to Rennes would be complete without visiting Les Champs Libres. Designed by world-famous architect Christian de Portzamparc, it is located in the centre of Rennes on the Place aux Cultures, near the railway station. Housing the Musée de Bretagne, the Espace des Sciences, the city library and temporary exhibition rooms, the Champs Libres is a major centre for culture.
The Musée de Bretagne recounts Brittany's history and culture from prehistoric times – you can even listen to Breton being spoken.
The Espace des Sciences covers 2,000m² and features different areas including Merlin's laboratory, an area where visitors can discover 30 science experiments, and a 95-seat hemispherical planetarium. Scientific events and lectures are held here on a regular basis.
Arguably one of the most exciting aspects of Rennes is the wonderful medieval centre, with its tall, narrow half-timbered houses. Sadly a large part was destroyed by a fire in 1720, but the part which survived, seen in almost every postcard of Rennes, is based in a few streets to the east and south of Rue de Champ Jacquet and the Place des Lices. La Place Sainte-Anne is an ideal place for lunch, as it has both views of the timber buildings and the Cathedral Saint-Pierre.
La Place de l'Hôtel de Ville is a great starting point for a shopping trip. Head down Rue Orléans, Rue d'Estrées, Rue le Bastard or Rue La Motte Fablet to find the best-known chains, and for the more unusual boutiques, try Rue de Toulouse, Rue Lafayette and Rue Nationale.
Rennes has the eighth-largest university campus in France, and as such is a vibrant place with a buzzing nightlife. If you're looking for a wild night out, head for La Rue de la Soif, literally meaning ‘Thirst Street', otherwise known as Rue St Michel.
With its lively year-round cultural scene, Rennes is the perfect spot to enjoy a play, a film or an exhibition. At the beginning of July, Rennes hosts the celebrated ‘Tombées de la Nuit festival'. A mixture of music, light shows, juggling and fire-eating, it's really worth witnessing.
With some 400 restaurants and cafés, Rennes offers a wide range of cuisines, including fine dining, traditional restaurants, bistros and crêperies. At La Fontaine aux Perles, Rue de la Poterie, you can enjoy a Michelin star Gourmet Seafood Salad, Galette White Turbot Andouille and Meringue Shell Lime Sorbet in a gorgeous country house setting, and that's just one of the amazing eateries on offer in Rennes.
You have a world of choice when it comes to Rennes hotels, whatever your budget and tastes.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Rennes
What are the best hotels to stay in Rennes?Kyriad Rennes Centre, Novotel Rennes Alma and Balthazar Hôtel & Spa Rennes - MGallery are some of the popular hotels in Rennes.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Rennes?The cheapest price for a double room in Rennes is £28, offered by Aparthotel Adagio access Rennes Centre.
What hotels are in the central Rennes neighborhood?The best hotels near the center of Rennes are Novotel Rennes Alma, Kyriad Rennes Centre and Campanile Rennes Centre - Gare.
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