Best Western Hotel De La Plage,  Saint-Nazaire 

3.5/5  - basé sur 234 notations.
37 Rue Du Commandant Charcot, 44600, Saint-nazaire, France - Ver el mapa
+33 240919901 +33 240919200

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Descubra el BEST WESTERN Hotel de la Plage, el único hotel de la zona situado justo en la playa. Se encuentra en el pueblo de Saint Marc sur Mer, a sólo 10 minutos de los centros financieros de Saint Nazaire y La Baule-Pornichet. Nuestro hotel cuenta con unas exclusivas habitaciones decoradas al mínimo detalle y equipadas de forma muy completa con los últimos adelantos tecnológicos, entre los que se incluyen televisor de pantalla plana, acceso gratuito a Internet WIFI y un salón para negocios. Nuestro restaurante dispone de dos terrazas, una de ellas en la playa, que ofrece la esencia de los sabores del mercado en una cocina a base de productos frescos y deliciosos que aúna tradición y modernidad. Se hará una idea de la atmósfera de vacaciones que fue recreada en la famosa película de Jacques Tati, Les vacances de Monsieur Hulot, que se filmó aquí en el Hotel de la Plage a finales de los 60, con el señor Hulot como protagonistas principal. A la hora de celebrar un seminario o comida privada, nuestro hotel ofrece dos salas de reuniones con vistas al mar y equipadas con los últimos adelantos tecnológicos: acceso a Internet WIFI y proyector de vídeo, ambos servicios de uso gratuito. Cerca del hotel podrá disfrutar de la práctica de varios deportes acuáticos tal como navegar, motos acuáticas, buceo y pesca. Durante sus ratos de paseo podrá dedicar tiempo a hacer sus compras en el centro del pueblo de Saint Nazaire o en la elegante avenida De Gaulle, en La Baule.

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Best Western Hotel De La Plage,Saint-Nazaire
  • 4
    « Great Ocean view »

    Hotel de Le Plage is located in a fantastic location with an incredible view. The hotel isn't updated but clean. The restaurant has great food but speaking French would help. Parking is easy and there several nice pubs nearby.

    « Comfortable and pleasant stay »

    We stayed at this hotel overnight and we were pleased with the accommodation which was clean and newly decorated. We were pleased that we were upgraded to a Seaview room and we felt this represented quite good value for money. We ate in the restaurant for lunch and dinner and this was quite good. However, we were disgusted that at lunchtime we witnessed the manager of the restaurant smoking in reception and actually complain to the reception staff but they did not seem to pay much attention to this. Apart from this we had a pleasant stay and would have no hesitation in coming back. We asked the reception staff to confirm this was a non-smoking hotel and they confirmed it was and when challenged as to why the manager of the restaurant was smoking we received no response. It should be pointed out however that the restaurant is run separate to the hotel but we do not feel this is an excuse!

    « Fantastic location »

    Lovely setting right on the beach. Clean and comfortable room; we had a sea view. We arrived in the afternoon and the road was closed so we had to walk to the hotel; the road was opened up at about 4pm so we got the car in then. There was a street market on the Friday evening which was fun; there are some great bars and cafes along the street. We ate in the hotel restaurant the first night. It is a separate management and we thought it was over priced. The breakfasts were Ok but not outstanding. There was a kettle etc in the room but with paper cups and only plastic glasses. Not what I would expect in a Best Western

    « Needs sprucing up »

    The Hotel is in an excellent setting, right on the beach, which is lovely.......but having stayed at several Best Western hotels recently, it really was rather shabby in comparison, we were given a room on the top floor, with a sea view, basically in the converted loft, with a beam , which I actually managed not to hit my head on which was quite an achievement considering it was almost blocking access to the bed ! We were going to move the bed over slightly, but it was bolted to the wall, so its obviously been done before ! It was a very small room too, Separate toilet from the bathroom too. I would not recommend these top floor rooms , especially if you are above four foot tall. Breakfast was ok, but again, not Great Western standards. The restaurant though.......which is in the Hotel, but not run by it , was absolutely brilliant, well worth having a meal there.

    « Nice surprise by the beach »

    We arrived late on Friday night and the staff was helpful. Our room was small and decent but costs more than expected. The hotel is quiet but we could hear people coming back late at night. Best to ask for a room with ocean view, after all it's what you pay extra for being at a beach front hotel!

    « Wonderful Location »

    We came here because of the Mr Hulot connection and booked a room with a sea view. It was spacious and comfortable with tea and coffee and one(!) bathrobe provided. We checked in at the appropriate time, but our room had only just been cleaned and I had to call the chambermaid to empty the bin. The staff were very pleasant. A large party had had breakfast before us and there were no croissants left, however, the waitress cooked another batch. Dinner at the restaurant was lovely. One disappointment, given the lovely terrace overlooking the beach, was that it was impossible to buy a drink after the lunch service had ended, until they reopened for dinner at 18.30.

    « Great location but tired hotel »

    Location location location and this place has it. We're on our way up to roscof and this place happens to be near a rest area we picked. Beautiful little beach town and market on the day we were here. Hotel is just tired, for example no aircon (and it's hot when we were here) and exterior needs a paint and the place needs a modern eye.

    « Thank You, M. Hulot »

    I had always wanted to stay at this hotel since watching the movie "M. Hulot's Holiday" and although the place had changed a great deal since the 1950's you could still sense the atmosphere. We decided to go for broke and booked a 'prestige' room which was large and had a terrace overlooking the beach with a magnificent view. The terrace had chairs, table, sunshade and sun loungers so we were feeling very pampered. The restaurant which is part of the hotel is actually run as a separate business, but hotel guests take breakfast there: the breakfast is excellent. There are several bars and restaurants close by, if you feel like a change. Having just finished our stay I can't wait to return.

    « A great location by the beach »

    A trip advisor find whilst at St Nazaire, a great location, there was only one room left so we were lucky to book .. We had a lovely dinner, staff were great, and understood our French!! Room was basic, but clean .. Would come back, and will need to book in advance to ask for a sea view !!

    « No go for Irish families! »

    A great hotel brand but with very poor customer service! Property stolen from us and it seems to have been lost with the laundry. Very poor customer service from this particular hotel. No apology yet! Do not bring any valuable or personal belongings such as underwear!

  • 4
    « Good value and outstanding staff »

    This is fairly small hotel right on the beach. It has been modernised over the years and although, the rooms are smallish they do have there own bathrooms. The restaurant is good. The best part is the staff, they are very helpful, speak good English and the team at the front desk are simply charming. There are also a number of good restaurants nearby and access to the city centre is easy and cheap by bus.

    « great sea views »

    If you are a fan of Jaques Tati's film M.Hulot's holiday this is a must stay . Although the original building is quite old they have managed to convert it so that the bedrooms are very comfortable and have their own bathrooms. A very good restaurant is on the ground floor and the sea veiws are very nostalgic.all the staff were most helpful too.

    « Right on the beach and great food »

    Highly recommended. Perfect location on this small beach with scenic clifftop walks. Rooms fairly basic but good value for money. Get one with your own balcony with sunloungers! Very good restaurant which is independent of the hotel.

    « Boutique Beachside Hotel »

    Tucked away in a quiet beachside suburb of St Nazaire, is the Hotel de La Plage... Perched right on the Atlantic/Bay of Biscay coastline....Off street parking is available but limited, I would advise booking a space when making a reservation. We had an Ocean View room which was small but clean and functional, which afforded us a sweeping coastal view...(when the storm that blew in from the Atlantic finally cleared..!) The hotel restaurant was excellent with a great menu and wine list and the tale service was superb, menus are available in English.....I recommend the Fruit de Mare (Seafood Platter) . 10 mins by car from downtown St Nazaire......This hotel is great value we were here in May......when it was not so busy...I can imagine peak season it would be hard to book..? Would definitely stay here again..

    « Unchanging traditional Franglais village »

    As a tribute to Jacques Tati, this visit was to look at the setting for Monsieur Hulot's Holiday. This classic comedy from 1953 involves a lot of holidaying English people beginning to visit Europe after the war. The hotel is typical Best Western, an older hotel for character with modern facilities. The staff were very helpful. After a little negotiation I got to park my bike (in it's bag) in my room. They were unfailing in their greetings. Their local knowledge was useful. Market days are Sunday and Thursday. No cars allowed up the road to the hotel although you can park above it. There is a small car park there. The water is currently dangerous for swimming to my mind as the sand is steep causing big waves and rips. There are maps to show where is a dip notionally safe. This will change as the sand levels out or gets steeper. Plonichet down the road is billed as beautiful. If you like a vast bay of hotels facing a beach this is correct. For sitting in a dramatic situation (waves crashing over rocks) right next to your hotel this cant be beaten. The little pier is fun to access. The sand is not suitable for English sandcastles, but is delightfully coarse. If you want to eat out, forget Mondays, otherwise French restaurant service will look after you. Don't be too bold in your choices as the expectation is that English people have no knowledge of food and there will be polite checking about your decision. Did you know steak tartare is raw? well yes I did and ordered it deliberately. Choose a room with a sea view, well worth the hours of sea and people watching. Watch the film and go, really worth joining it all up.

    « Great Food and Great Location »

    A wonderful hotel right on the seafront in a beautiful little town. Parking was not a problem although the car park was full when we arrived, the receptionist moved her car to make way for us, a very nice welcome. The sea view was stunning and the food was also excellent. Would visit again if in the area for sure.

    « Cosy »

    Quite a basic hotel for a best western. Bit overpriced for what you get. Beautiful location though and friendly staff. Just expected a bit more within the room compared to other hotels I've stayed in. I would recommend try and get a room over looking the beach.

    « Picturesque but old and overpriced. »

    My wife and I traveled with our 16-year son to France in early August and had made a reservation for a three-bed room in this hotel months in advance. The hotel is ideally situated on the unique beach featuring the famous bronze statue of Mr. Hulot. It is a beautiful building with a typical local architecture in a dream-like serene environment overlooking the ocean. However, this hotel cannot hide its old age and outdated infrastructure. The rooms are small, rather dark and lack air-conditioning. As the temperature in August climbed above 30 degrees Celsius and the weather remained very humid, it was very difficult to stay (let alone sleep) in the room without air-conditioning. Also, my wife is disabled, uses a wheel-chair and the hotel was informed well in advance that we needed a room that could support a wheel-chair. Unfortunately a very bad surprise awaited us at the hotel, as we found out that there was no room with wheel-chair support. We planned to stay there for 6 nights but the small room, the lack of air-conditioning and the difficulty of using the bathroom made it impossible. The management tried to find us a solution round the problem, but it proved impossible. We stayed for one night in a two-bed room designed for people with reduced mobility (where a third bed was squeezed in) and decided to leave next morning, cancelling our reservation. We did not have a chance to try the hotel's beautifully situated restaurant. All-in-all a very disappointing experience. One last thing: Although that, in my opinion, it was not our fault that we were obliged to cancel our stay, the management of the hotel charged us with half the cost of our 6-night stay (980 euros i.e. around 1,100 U.S. dollars), mentioning that they would refund us if they managed to give our room to other clients. (They have not done so yet). In my view, I would not consider recommending this hotel, at least for the summer.


    It is just such a nice place if you want an old fashioned style holiday, I mean that in a nice way. I really doubt there can be a hotel anywhere in the World as handy for a lovely, sandy beach. When you combine that with friendly staff, nice decor, clean and well modernised rooms, what more can you ask for? Actually you can, you can get a room with a that is sheer bliss! i suppose if I was nit picking, I would say that the rooms are quite small, but it is an old building. Alsoit is a bit strange that the ( very nice ) restuarant is a seperate organisation from the hotel, It isn't any great inconvenience it just means you have to pay as you go along in the restauarant and cannot add it to your overall bill. Anyway the hotel is a joy to

    « Friendly and comfortable »

    This relaxing and well-located hotel is ideal for a short - or longer - break. Right on the sandy beach, the rooms are comfortable and the staff friendly. The food in the restaurant is of the finest quality and the staff, again, are excellent. A really great hotel and restaurant.

  • 5
    « Lovely hotel right on the beach »

    Wonderfully attentive staff, fantastic restaurant, and beautiful views from our spacious bedroom. We spent only 2 nights here, and we felt that we never wanted to leave. It's a most welcoming and friendly hotel with superb food. We loved it!

    « Good location with M. Hulot connection »

    This hotel is situated right on the beach and in a small village with a few shops, bars and restaurants . Its listed as being located in St Nazaire, a large town, but in reality it is in the village of St Marc Sur Mer. The hotel has been modernised and the rooms are well fitted out. The rooms at the back overlook the village and can be a little small while the rooms at the front overlook the beach but are a lot dearer but perhaps worth the view. The hotel was used in the Jaques Tati film, "M. Hulot's Holiday", in 1953. The restaurant is within the hotel but run by a different company which seems very common in France nowadays. The breakfast has a good range of items, while the evening meals are very good. There are bars and at least one restaurant in the village while the hotel has a bar on the beach in front of the hotel. Nearby is a good, rather manicured, walk along the cliff top to Pornichet. There is also a children's club on one of the beaches to the west of the hotel.The reception staff mainly speak good English and are very helpful.


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