If you’re looking for a charming hotel in Dinard, look no further than Hotel Didier Meril.
While staying at Hotel Didier Meril, visitors can check out Notre Dame d'Emeraude de Dinard (0.0 mi) and Eglise Anglicane Saint Bartholomew (0.5 mi), some of Dinard's top attractions.
Rooms at Hotel Didier Meril offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
Outdoor furniture is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A lounge will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel Didier Meril, free parking is available.
While visiting Dinard, you may want to try some tapas at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Le Sadi2.
Best of all, Hotel Didier Meril makes it easy to experience many great Dinard attractions like Galerie Les Pouces-pieds and Galerie Totem, which are some popular art galleries.
The staff at Hotel Didier Meril looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We booked this hotel because the restaurant had good reviews but I wish I had paid more attention to the hotel reviews. We had a very poor experience. After a 6 hour drive with children, and having spent 360 euros on a room here, we were told there were no tables available for dinner. We did not receive any communication from the hotel prior to our arrival advising us to book a table so assumed we would be able to just go to the restaurant on arrival. The staff were unhelpful and when we asked to speak to a manager, Didier himself came out and shouted and swore at us and was incredibly rude. We were utterly gobsmacked by his attitude and aggression and if we hadn’t prepaid for the room we would have left there and then. We ended up eating at RDV down the road which was excellent with kids. The room itself wasn’t great. The only positive was the nice view. We had a suite but it was more like 2 small doubles with a randomly placed shower in the middle. One bed was very soft, the other (sofa bed) very hard and uncomfortable. The shower ‘wall’ was all glass so hard to use early morning without putting a light on and waking the kids. The worst part though was the drain – it didn’t work at all, so within 1 minute of turning on the shower, the entire shower room was flooded with 1 inch of water which then flooded out into the bedroom too, soaking clothing and washbags that we had sitting on the floor (due to lack of space). It was an absolute joke. When we tried to tell reception staff they shrugged it off and offered no apology. Overall a very poor experience.…
We stayed in this Hotel in August 2019 for 8 days. During this time, we tried breakfast, lunch and dinner. We took the biggest suite. We were with one toddler (2.5 years old) and baby (4 months old). I believe the hotel was wrong choice for holiday with children as there were narrow steps everywhere and we could not take baby pram to the room. Generally, the service was very poor or non existent. The reception was most of the time without any person there. The staff could speak only very basic English and it was hard to get any advice about local attractions etc. The breakfast had only one type of salty bread and on one day the bread was gone so we had to eat ham with sweet bread despite paying full price for breakfast. However, the worst experience we had at the end of our stay when we call a taxi driver Luc Tacher initially recommended by the Hotel. This taxi driver was late 30 min on our drive to the airport for our return flight to London. We were obviously stressed and worried about the delay and asked him for reason of his delay. At that point he got angry and has driven off leaving us with small children on the street. The hotel staff called two other taxis but they were not available so they simply walked out of the reception leaving us alone without any help and solution. We shocked that after spending there whole week, paying for fine dining and expensive suite we were treated like nuisance at the end. Thankfully we found a private person to drive us to the airport but we will never come back and we don’t recommend this place to anyone.…
We stayed 3 nights here in September - 28C on one day. Room, which was a suite at 250 euros a night was excellent. Dinard is a lovely place but Didier Meril, where we booked half board, wanted to serve us a shortened version of the very basic cheapest menu which, naturally, we did not want. We have come across this French 'custom' before and it is reprehensible. Not the best location and not on the best beach. Food average and slightly pretentious but missing the mark. We are ever looking for a life enhancing experience; this was not.
This wonderful small hotel is perfect! Right on the beach and the lovely town promenade! The room was clean and comfortable and the people were so lovely. the restaurant is one of the finest restaurants we have eaten in-the service is incredible and the food was so creative and delicious! Very, very fine dining. Make sure you take a stroll along the walkway-lovely sights and people watching!
We thought this hotel, and its restaurant, were exquisite. It's a bit of a splurge, but it feels really special. The hotel is very easily reached in 15 minutes from St Malo, and has great parking in front. We arrived on a beautiful autumn evening and the view across the bay was breathtaking. Hard to say which was better, the sunset, or the sunrise! Our room (Room 1) was small, but not cramped--it made up for its modest size by the very tasteful decoration and furnishing. The bed was exceptionally comfortable. We had dinner in the restaurant, which is genteel. We ate from the 52 Euro menu, and every course was delicious. Obviously, this is not a cheap meal, but I felt it was definitely of a standard that you would expect at that price--modern French food. The service was very courteous and pleasant. We did have breakfast. It was again lovely being in the restaurant with the view. Yes, you could make that breakfast for 5 Euros, but the atmosphere is delightful.…