The Hotel L'Amirauté*** Brest

  • The Hotel L'Amirauté*** BrestThe Hotel L'Amirauté*** Brest
  • The Hotel L'Amirauté*** BrestThe Hotel L'Amirauté*** Brest
  • The hotel entranceThe hotel entrance
  • Our 24h-a day receptionOur 24h-a day reception
  • The barThe bar
  • Comfort double roomComfort double room
  • Comfort room with twin bedsComfort room with twin beds
  • Spacious and comfortable roomsSpacious and comfortable rooms
  • Quality AmenitiesQuality Amenities
  • Communicating roomsCommunicating rooms
  • Complimentary tray in your roomComplimentary tray in your room
  • A nice and cosy restaurantA nice and cosy restaurant
  • Breakfast roomBreakfast room
  • A nice and cosy restaurantA nice and cosy restaurant
  • La cuisine du Chef et ses spécialités de poissonLa cuisine du Chef et ses spécialités de poisson
  • DessertDessert
  • Use our lounge to private lunchUse our lounge to private lunch
  • Lounges and mettings roomsLounges and mettings rooms
  • Lounges and mettings roomsLounges and mettings rooms
  • Lounges and mettings roomsLounges and mettings rooms
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Hôtel L'Amirauté*** Brest

Hôtel L'Amirauté*** Brest
41 rue Branda
29200 Brest

Tel. : +33 (0)2 98 80 84 00
Fax : +33 (0)2 98 80 84 84

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A typical French"café" in the town center -

A typical French"café" in the town center
Bars

Bar sympa au coeur de Brest

Suggested by Viviane Tournevache - Attachée commerciale

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A typical French"café" in the town center

Un bar très sympa, bien situé et disposant d'une terrasse. Un grand choix de thés et de cafés pour les amateurs du genre.
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Boat Ride in Brest Harbour -

Boat Ride in Brest Harbour
Ride, Hiking

Discover one the most beautiful harbour of Europe

Suggested by Viviane, Commerciale Interne

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Boat Ride in Brest Harbour

You will discover Brest Harbour aboard the Azenor Boats, during a boat-ride  or a meal as you can book a lunch on the Restaurant Boat (Only with reservation).

During this boat-ride, you will enjoy this surprising part of Bretagne with those beautiful landscapes, hidden ports, mysterious islands, castles, woods, kings and legends...

   
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Huelgoat, a forest of legends -

Huelgoat, a forest of legends
Ride, Hiking

Discover this mysterious forest and its legends

Suggested by Viviane

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Huelgoat, a forest of legends

The enchanted forest is located in the National Park of the Armoric Region. The Huelgoat Forest (meaning “High wood” in Breton language) has always inspired legends for people of this region. You will discover in those woods : mysterious spots with names such as the Silver River, the Devil Cave…. You will see menhirs, funny shaped rocks and the famous trembling rock weighing more than 100 tons that you might succeed to move if you are lucky !
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La Carène -

La Carène
Concert

Brest leading concert hall

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La Carène

La Carène, where concerts are performed in Brest. It is Brest's leading concert hall, where many French and international artists perform from October to July. A wide variety of musical genres and a hall adapted for all audiences (special access for senior citizens, the handicapped and children)".
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La Cormorandière -

La Cormorandière
Restaurant

Nice and good !

Suggested by Jean-Luc Bouvier – Directeur

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La Cormorandière

La Cormorandière creperie is located in an ideal setting, at the foot of the Trégana Beach. The decor there is typically Breton (stone wall, exposed beams and tall chimney), and the furniture is period style. The speciality that you must try: Basse Royale aux Saint Jacques, which is as beautiful to look at as it is good to eat. Reservations are indispensable
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Le Breizh Paradise -

Le Breizh Paradise
Show

Why should we go to Paris to discover different cabaret shows?

Suggested by Franck, Chef de Réception

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Le Breizh Paradise

The shows proposed by the Breizh Paradise cabaret in Brest, respect the tradition of Music-Hall and of the cabaret universe that 's always made us dream.
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Le Tour du Monde -

Le Tour du Monde
Bars

Moules-frites facing the sea

Suggested by Marie Quentin - Réceptionniste

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Le Tour du Monde

Le Tour du Monde! A bar in Brest that is an absolute must for its friendly atmosphere and its famous moules frites. You feel very at home! As a bonus, you have a breathtaking view of the sea and the port. And a very large, pleasant terrace on sunny days
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Les Halles St Louis -

Les Halles St Louis
Markets, fair, flea markets

The best quality market place

Suggested by Viviane, Commerciale Interne

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Les Halles St Louis

I really love walking around in the Halles Saint-Martin markets and in the Saint-Louis market, you always find a lot there!
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The mills of Kérouat -

The mills of Kérouat
Museums

Discorver the mills of Kerouat and its hamlet

Suggested by Marine, Stagiaire

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The mills of Kérouat

Grouped around the mill, which dates from 1610, the hamlet consists of a score of farm buildings suggestive of daily life in the 19th century. Inhabited until 1965, the village has retained its authentic character, in particular the traditional furniture of the Léon region. The sound of running water, Breton games, and the presence of domestic animals are attractive features of a visit to this 30-acre estate with its small fields and hedges (bocage country). Paths lead to a small tannery and a windmill.
Activities from April to November.
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The Saint-Renan market -

The Saint-Renan market
Markets, fair, flea markets

The Saint-Renan market, open on Saturday mornings, and the Lesneven market, open on Monday mornings, are the markets to explore. You'll find local products and bargains

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The Saint-Renan market

The Saint-Renan market, open on Saturday mornings, and the Lesneven market, open on Monday mornings, are the markets to explore. You'll find local products and bargains
Vallon du Stang Alar -

Vallon du Stang Alar
Ride, Hiking

Nature in the heart of Brest!

Suggested by Marie Quentin – Réceptionniste

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Vallon du Stang Alar

A very pleasant place for taking a stroll with pretty ponds along the way! The walk covers six kilometres. Ideal for family walks and  joggers (fitness trail)