Hotel Le Cocktail Bar is located in Saint-Malo and is close to Great Aquarium Saint-Malo. It is conveniently positioned for those wishing to discover the area's attractions.Hôtel Le Cocktail Bar features rooms equipped with a flat-screen TV.
A 5-minute walk from Môle Beach, this casual hotel is a 9-minute walk from the 17th-century Fort National and 5 km from the Grand Aquarium Saint Malo, which features shark encounters and pirate exhibits.Warmly decorated rooms featuring a contemporary vibe, and offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, desks, and en suite bathrooms with tubs or showers. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas.
This refined hotel with views of the English Channel is a minute's walk from L'Éventail Beach, and 5 km from the harbor with ferry service to England.The sleek rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms add sea or garden views, and family rooms sleep up to 4 guests.
A 10-minute walk from the Grand aquarium de Saint Malo, this streamlined hotel is also 4.3 km from Saint-Malo Cathedral.The contemporary, relaxed rooms come with basic furnishings, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and work desks.
Set within the walled historic center and a 2-minute walk from the Saint-Malo Cathedral, this casual hotel with a stone facade is also 1.5 km from the Saint-Malo ferry port and 4.9 km from the Grand Aquarium Saint-Malo.
With a grand neoclassical facade, this stately 19th-century spa hotel is set on Sillon Beach. It's 5 km from the Great Aquarium Saint-Malo and 2 km from 17th-century Fort National.Contemporary rooms have minibars and flat-screen TVs.
This subdued hotel fronts the Digue de Rochebonne boardwalk on the Grande Plage beachfront. It's an 11-minute walk from Casino Barrière de Saint Malo, a 15-minute walk from TGV and TER trains, and 2 km from Saint-Malo's historic walled city.Sleek rooms provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and work desks.
Saint Malo is a French port city on the English Channel. It is in the region of Brittany. Its circular walled centre dates back to the 12th century. To access this fortress you have to enter through one of seven gates, the main gate being Porte St. Vicent. When the tide goes out it reveals the wonderful beaches of the Emerald Coast. At low tide it is possible to visit the island of Grand-B