Hotel guests easily explore Brittany region’s cultural and natural attractions
You will appreciate the proximity of the hotel to the Brittany region and its many natural and historic attractions boasting layers of history since ancient times. Considered an artistic and cultural hub, Nantes is full of intriguing places ranging from history and art museums to the Talensac market, the Jules Verne Museum and multiple cathedrals. Take advantage of the city’s bike-sharing program, a perfect option for a fun and affordable way to see Nantes.
- Château des Ducs de Bretagne - 100 m
- Le Lieu Unique - 150 m
- Le Carrousel - 200 m
- Les Machines de l'Ile - 200 m
Les Machines de l’île
Les Machines de l’île is an artistic initiative from François Delarozière and Pierre Orefice that ties the wonderful, mechanical world of Jules Verne and Leonardo da Vinci to the industrial history of the city of Nantes. During the performance, various machines come to life to show how they were developed.
Chateau des Ducs de Bretagne
The Castle of the Dukes of Brittany, a historical monument of Nantes, is a spectacular part of the city. Guests are encouraged to visit the fortress, which includes a 500-metre covered way with seven towers.
This prestigious passage is one of the most surprising sites in the city and is known for its charming shops and, most notably, its remarkable architecture.