See why so many travelers make Best Western Brittany La Baule-Centre their hotel of choice when visiting La-Baule-Escoublac. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at La Baule Best Western offer air conditioning.
Guests of La Baule Best Western are also welcome to enjoy a lounge, located on site.
Close to some of La-Baule-Escoublac's most popular landmarks, such as Eglise Notre Dame de la Baule Escoublac (0.1 mi) and Sculpture Couple de Sirenus (0.4 mi), La Baule Best Western is a great destination for tourists.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Les Sablons, 14 Avenue, and La Table du Saint-Christophe, which are some seafood restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Should time allow, Esplanade Benoît and Espace Culturel Chapelle Sainte Anne are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Best Western Brittany La Baule-Centre as you experience all of the things La-Baule-Escoublac has to offer.
Old style buidling typical for that area. Looks a lot better than these "modern" concrete soulless buildings. It's within easy walking distance of anything around La Baule. Breakfast is of buffet type which is pretty convenient but there's enough distance during covid-19 times. It might get a bit noisy at early morning time when the garbage truck drives through, every morning. Keep in mind: They offer free parking which is only half true. In fact, there's free parking around the hotel in some streets and you need some luck to find a free spot.
I was pleasantly surprised at how uneventful and smooth my stay was at the La Baule Brittany Best Western. The staff was very courteous. The hotel and my room were very Clean! In fact the shower was cleaner than I have ever seen anywhere else. The shower floor was bright white it was spotless! The only problem was the weak water pressure.
We went here for a weekend and found the hotel to be a really charming place. A word in advance. It's in an older building, nicely renovated to a "beach" feeling - the rooms almost feel like staying with family. Installations are pretty new, and though the room wasn't huge everything was nicely done. Unfortunately we didn't stay long enough to really enjoy the rooftop terrace. Staff was really nice all around, breakfast buffet was nice; though not too fancy. A word of warning, though: The quaint charm comes with staircases only - no elevators. And although the place only has 3 stories and staff may help you with the luggage, this still means the hotel isn't accessible to those who can't climb stairs. The beach is literally around the corner - while the hotel is in the second row, we felt that it was much nicer than the concrete places at the beachfront. Obviously you come here to go to the sea - they even have quite nice restaurants on the beach. The town has a small "shopping" street were you can sit and grab some galette, but that's about it. Wireless Internet is provided (though Best Wester seems to do their best to make it really painful to log on to it...) They don't have their own parking, but it should be possible to find something in the streets around the hotel.…
I would recommend this hotel if staying in La Boule. 50m from beach and a 5 minute walk to plenty of bars and restaurants. Nice roof terrace for sunbathing and you can take drinks up from the ground floor bar. The hotel allows dogs although the beaches don't.
What a great location to be at La Baule! The hotel is 1 block from the +/-10km, biggest beach of France! Also it is 2 blocks from the charmness of Avenue Colonel du Gaule- restaurants and shops! We had never heard of this "cutie and chic" seaside city of La Baule until we decided to explore France beyond Paris! What a great surprise! The hotel resembles a 1930's house full of charm! The bedroom which we stayed in is small and tight but clean and comfortable! Breakfast is very French style and good! The staff are friendly but, although they claim it is a "English spoken" hotel, it is not! They barely can communicate in English! Which is true all over the town! If you have a hard time making "sign language", smiling, letting go of communication, this city is not for you! It is in France and they speak French. Just relax and enjoy the place!…