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You have chosen or are going to choose whether to stay at the Hotel Nautilus. Please note that by booking directly on the hotel website you benefit from better price conditions and cancellation. To pay less, avoid online travel agencies (OTAs).
You made your choice after consulting tourist guides or getting advice on internet forums or social networks.
To be sure you make the right choice, here is some information about our hotel.
The Hotel Nautilus is a small establishment situated in a small and quiet street, away from the main shops, inside the fortified walls of St Malo.
The hotel was built within a 17C building.The interior has been completely restructured with 15 sound proofed rooms.
It’s classed as a 2 star hotel, as the rooms are not very big; 12m2 for the smallest and 20m2 the largest.
The hotel is neither luxurious, nor exceptional, on the contrary it’s simple and modest.
Our aim is to receive you in a welcoming place, unusually decorated, putting your comfort and the cleanliness of the hotel as our first priority. At the same time offering what many have described as excellent value for money. Well known tourist guides have selected our hotel. In their words;
Guide du routard : « A small hotel with a youthful and striking interieur decoration. High in colour, a quiet and good humoured atmosphere prevails. »
Guide Michelin : « In a typical narrow street, this establishment built in 1692 houses colourful little rooms, well cared for and cosy. The bar has a seaside feel and a welcoming crew.»
If you are looking for a friendly establishment closer to a bed and breakfast than an impersonal hotel, then you’ve made the right choice.
On the other hand if you are looking for luxurious rooms in an exceptional surrounding, you had better look somewhere else, as this hotel has nothing ostentatious about it and would certainly not suit you.
For those who are rarely satisfied, always complaining, quick to belittle and to criticize, this hotel would not be your « cup of tea ».
So there you have it in a nutshell.