Brest Congress :
- Congress Center Le Quartz : 2 minutes walk from the Hotel
- Exhibition Center Penfeld: 15 minutes by car or bus
- Brest Arena : direct connection by tramway n°A.
Brest Tourism :
Want a sea escape?
- Sea crossings to Ouessant and Molène : enjoy the wide open spaces with wild and preserved landscapes. Crossings with the Penn Ar Bed Company every day of the year from the pier, to the commercial port 10 minutes walk from the hotel.
- The harbours : the commercial port, 10 minutes walk from the hotel, with bars and restaurants at the water's edge. The marina of the Castle and the marina, makes Brest the first marina in Brittany (with the Port du Moulin-Blanc).
Want a nature getaway?
- The harbour : it is nice to overlook it during a ride along the course Dajot, 5 minutes from the hotel.
- Le Jardin des Explorateurs : in the neighborhood of Recouvrance, brings together a collection of plants from around the world. Its upper part, consisting of a lookout promenade offers a unique view of the harbor and the arsenal.
- La Vallon du Stang Alar and its national botanical conservatory : the 2nd largest in Europe. It hosts one of the most important collection of endangered plant species.
Want a cultural getaway?
- Océanopolis : an ocean discovery park unique in Europe. Three pavilions offer a tour of the world of oceans through temperate, polar and tropical environments restored. To get there, take bus no. 3 Gare Gambetta stop 1 minute walk from the hotel.
- La Récré des 3 curés : the theme park for the whole family, 15 minutes from Brest.
- Le Musée des Beaux-Arts : a 10-minute walk from the hotel or the Gateway Arts Center.
Looking for a historic getaway?
- The Castle : the oldest monument in the city 15 minutes walk from the hotel. Old of 17 centuries, it shelters the National Museum of the Navy where exposes all the military history of the city.
- La Tour Tanguy and its museum : a 20-minute walk from the hotel. It traces the history of the city before the war through models and slideshows.
- The naval base of Brest : one of the symbols of the city, created by Richelieu in 1631.