Cheap Hotels in St Malo
hotelF1 Saint Malo Hotel
HotelF1 Saint-Malo offers accommodation in Saint-Malo. Free WiFi access is available throughout the property. Each room have access to a shared bathroom. Guests can purchase microfibre towels at the hotel at an extra cost of EUR 3 each. A free private parking on site is at guests' disposal. Saint Malo is 3.4 km from hotelF1 Saint-Malo, while Le Mont Saint Michel is 35 km away. The nearest airport is Dinard Brittany Airport, 8 km from the property.
Hotel de l'Europe
Set just a 10-minute walk from the main beach, La Grande Plage, the Hotel de L’Europe offers functional non-smoking rooms with TV, telephone and free Wi-Fi access. In the morning, a full continental breakfast is provided. A bar is also at your disposal and offers a large selection of hot and cold drinks. Hotel de L’Europe is ideally located to explore Saint Malo. It is 300 metres from Saint-Malo SNCF Train Station and a 5-minute drive from the ferry port, that provides daily transfer to the Jersey Island.
Hotel Kyriad Saint Malo centre Plage
La Rotonde Hotel
La Rotonde is a Hotel - Restaurant with full board in Saint-Malo boasts a convenient location as it is located just 50m from the sea The hotel has been completely renovated in March 2011. To ensure a pleasant stay, the Rotunda offers 14 comfortable rooms (some with sea view) and a cozy restaurant in which a young and dynamic team offers traditional cuisine.
The Originals Access, Hôtel Belem, Saint-Malo (Inter-Hotel) Hotel
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Hotel Alpha Océan
Hôtel de la Cité
Hotels in St Malo
The walled port city of St Malo is in Brittany, on the English Channel. Known for its independent spirit and historical links with piracy, it is today a major tourist attraction with numerous beautiful buildings and a fine position close to the British Channel Islands.
The walled fortifications were begun in the 12th century, and by the 17th and 18th centuries, St Malo was an important port, for both merchant ships and more notoriously, the corsairs, French privateers and pirates. The corsairs of St Malo raised revenue by forcing English ships passing up the channel to pay tribute, but also ventured far further over the oceans. Jacques Cartier, who sailed from St Malo in the 16th century, is credited with the discovery of Canada.
In the Second World War, St Malo was severely damaged by allied shelling and bombardment, and was painstakingly rebuilt over 12 years from 1948 â€“ 1960.
Beyond the confines of the city, you can escape at low tide across the beach via the PortÃ© des BÃ©s to the dramatic little islet of ÃŽle du Grand BÃ©. The famous St Malo born writer Chataeubriand is buried here. Make sure you know the tide times, as once it engulfs the causeway, there's no way back on foot for six hours! The mighty CathÃ©drale St Vincent was built between the 12th and 18th centuries, but seriously damaged in the fighting of August 1944. Much of the structure you see today was carefully rebuilt and reconsecrated in 1971. Inside, a mosaic plaque marks the spot where the Bishop of St Malo blessed Jacques Cartier before he embarked on the long voyage of discovery to Canada in 1535. The Walled City was originally an island, but became linked to the mainland by a sandy isthmus in the 13th century. It is here that St Malo's early inhabitants settled. To enjoy the best views of this historic place, take a walk on the 17th-century ramparts, which you can access for free in several places, including at the city gates.
Restaurants, Bistros and Brasseries
Take your pick from a mouth-watering selection of eating places, both grand and intimate. Nestling near the covered market is the wonderful L'Absinthe, where perfectly fresh ingredients are conjured into fantastic local dishes. This totally authentic, cosy restaurant can be found in a handsome 17th century building. St Malo's best-loved restaurant is probably Le Chalut, where the finest Breton seafood is prepared. Ponder delights such as sea bass, buttered turbot, crab and scallops, or indulge in the â€˜all lobster' menu. For a 100% Breton snack, try Le Corps de Garde, right beside the city ramparts. Savoury buckwheat crÃªpes are the speciality and the outside tables are perfect for watching the sunset.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in St Malo
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in St Malo?Manoir du Cunningham, Hôtel Le Nouveau Monde and Hotel Oceania Saint Malo are some of the popular hotels in St Malo.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in St Malo?The cheapest price for a double room in St Malo is £113, offered by Manoir du Cunningham.
What are the best hotels in St Malo near the center?The best hotels near the center of St Malo are Hotel Oceania Saint Malo, Hôtel Le Nouveau Monde and Manoir du Cunningham.
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