BEST WESTERN Hotel Alexandra,  Saint-Malo 

4.0/5  - based on 240 guest reviews.
138 Boulevard Hebert, 35400, Saint-malo, France - See map
+33 2 99561112 +33 2 99563003

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  • Air conditioning
    Air conditioning
  • Restaurant
    Restaurant
  • Free high speed internet connection
    Free high speed internet connection
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In a relaxing atmosphere, only a short distance from the privateers' town, enjoy life at a slow pace of ebbing and flowing tides. Relax in the lounge or on the patio looking out to the superb walled tours. A vast beach of fine sand at the feet of the hotel provides an opportunity to enjoy every kind of water sport. In the restaurant "L'Etrave" with the panoramic view on the sea, you can appreciate specialties based on seafood and fish. The BEST WESTERN Hotel Alexandra composed of 33 rooms renovated in 2005 and air conditioned, is an ideal base for visiting the old corsair city, Dinan with its old houses, the oyster bed at Cancale, and the Mont Saint Michel, wonder of the Western World. Enjoy your stay.

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BEST WESTERN Hotel Alexandra,Saint-Malo
  • 5
    « Amazing location, great restaurant, lovely staff »

    We chose this hotel for our 25th wedding anniversary trip (with the kids!). When we arrived we were pleased with the on site parking and even more pleased when we realised they had upgraded us to room 506 - sea view. The views were beautiful. The hotel is literally across the pedestrian walkway to the beach - so really safe for kids and near for anyone with problems walking far. The food, whilst not cheap - was lovely, and the pictures of the setting sun on the sea were worth it. The staff were lovely and couldn't do enough to help. There is a mini bar. if you are fit and healthy then the old town is within walking distance, but we took a taxi which was about 10 minutes and not expensive. We ate out the second night and the hotel gave us a brilliant recommendation for a sea food restaurant which was not overpriced, as some are in the old town.

    4
    « Pleasant overnight stay with family »

    We spent the night here as a family before getting the ferry back to Portsmouth. We stayed in a family room, which was very pleasant and comfortable, with a large balcony. The location of the hotel on the sea front couldn't be better - beach is literally outside. We all ate at the restaurant, and unlike one of the earlier reviews had a very good experience. Food was good (nothing flash but all very pleasant), and our waitress was superb - spoke good English when our basic French failed, and chatted away to the kids about the little toys they had with them. We'd recommend this place - only advice to the hotel would be to remodel the disabled access so as to make more of the bay window in the restaurant overlooking the sea - the view is spectacular and should be made more of.

    5
    « Right on sea front »

    Stayed 1 night in a sea facing room with balcony, outside was a promenade then the beach and sea. Wonderful view. Room was very good (beds a bit too firm for our liking). Full bathroom and separate toilet, all very clean. Had lifts so no problem for people with mobility problems. Staff were very friendly and spoke English, Restaurant for both dinner and breakfast was okay, prices for room very reasonable 130 euro per night but the meals for two came to 150 euros, not so good. Parking was 12 euros per night. WiFi was free. Would definitely stay again but would probably go out for dinner elsewhere.

    4
    « If Only . . . . »

    If only the restaurant staff and the chef were up to the same standard as the accommodation we would have rated this hotel as excellent. The restaurant staff were totally inattentive, even though the restaurant was less than 30% full and the food was very poor. I had the grilled steak, which was very fatty and tough but the frozen chips were awful. My wife's salmon was tasteless. No-one asked us if the food was any good even though we left quite a lot. We may stay here again because the room was very nice and a good size but we will NEVER eat here again!

    5
    « Excellent hotel set along the sea wall »

    We spent two days at the hotel. The room was very confortable with a great see view thanks to a bow window. The location was excellent with a small walk along the see side to the old town. We had breakfast and dinner and they were both excellent. The staff was very kind. We have also use the parking service and it was very convenient (but not for free). Please note that, despite an excellent soundproofing in the room, on a very windy night, you could hear the wind whistle. No matter what, we slept very well !

    1
    « Very poor »

    Hotel very old fashioned and expensive. Small and not clean rooms. Breakfast poor and 0 local products. Does not deserve 4 stars but 2 maximum. Really not worth the visit. Staff is nice, not their fault. Nice view on the sea. Far from any shops though.

    4
    « Very nice waterfront hotel »

    The best part about this hotel is the location. Waterfront and only a 10-15 minute walk to town. The room was very comfortable and the breakfast was a nice spread. Sadly I only stayed 1 night. I only wish that they had more English channels on tv but I think it's common not to have English channels as that was my experience with other hotels I stayed at in France as well.

    4
    « A nice hotel in a lovely seafront location »

    We stayed at this hotel for a weekend getaway. The staff were very friendly, the room was large and well appointed and the stay was very comfortable. It is facing the main beach in St Malo, so maybe see if you can secure a sea front room. It is just a 20 minutes walk along the beach front to the old walled town where you'll find the restaurants and shops, though there were some nice places to eat also along the way as well as a good restaurant at the hotel. Be aware of the extra charges that you might incur. Breakfast was a bit expensive at €17 per person and we weren't expecting the €12 per day to park on site.

    4
    « Overnight stop »

    This is another hotel I have stayed in a few times being only a few minutes drive from the ferry terminal and 10 minutes walk to the walled city. The rooms though fairly small are very clean and comfortable. There is plenty of secure on site parking and a nice restaurant overlooking the sea offering a varied and enjoyable menu. A good place to stay for a long weekend in St Malo.

    5
    « Just Wow! »

    The room, the view, the staff...above expectations! Loved everything about it, the location next to the sea and just 10mins walk from the centre. We had a terrace in our room that overlooks directly the beach. The staff was really friendly.Thumbs up!

 

Getting to the hotel ...

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·From: North Take A14 direction Rouen, then A13 direction Caen, Le Havre, Rouen- exit N31 and N814 (Alencon, Cherbourg, Rennes), and N137 direction Saint Malo. Follow Saint Malo city center, direction Sea Front, Chaussee du Sillon, then boulevard Hebert. ·From: Rennes Take N137 (Brest, Saint Malo), then D301 (Cancale, Saint Malo centre, Port). Follow Saint Malo city center, direction Sea Front, Chaussee du Sillon, and then boulevard Hebert. ·From: Paris Take A14 direction Rouen, then A13 direction Caen, Le Havre, Rouen- exit N31 and N814 (Alencon, Cherbourg, Rennes), and N137 direction Saint Malo. Follow Saint Malo city center, direction Sea Front, Chaussee du Sillon, then boulevard Hebert. ...

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