See why so many travellers make Hotel de la Rade their hotel of choice when visiting Brest. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
While staying at Hotel de la Rade, visitors can check out Pont de Recouvrance (0.2 km) and Fanny de Laninon et Jean Quéméneur (0.3 km), some of Brest's top attractions.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a desk, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel de la Rade offers guests free wifi.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Le Bœuf sur le Quai, one of the barbeque restaurants that can be found in Brest, which is a short distance from Hotel de la Rade.
If you’re looking for something to do, Les Ateliers des Capucins (0.6 km), Musée national de la Marine (0.3 km), and Parc de la Penfeld (0.5 km) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel de la Rade.
At Hotel de la Rade, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Brest.
Cheap price brings together with it cheap breakfast and cheap looking rooms. Staff is ok. Tv programs is nothing fancy. Good location quite central and quite quiet. There are a few restaurants and pubs around. Won’t go back unless on a tight budget.
Good hotel for a 2 star cheap and cheerful handy for everywhere in centre of town.. It is clean and well kept but wearing a bit thin round the edges. Staff were polite and helpful. Owners came in the morning and they are good hoteliers. It needs a lick of paint but good value for money. Tram stop outside the door is very handy as are all the restaurants in Brest in the middle of which this hotel sits! Okay for kids and old folk alike
In my opinion this hotel is poor value for money, especially compared to other hotels. It has never been luxurious, but it is getting well past its sell by date. The market is shifting, but this hotel seems to be going backwards. I really feel bad about upsetting some nice folk, but something needs to be said. It is supposed to be 2 star, but what the stars are for, I am not sure. Since I have been coming here, the quality has got worse. The tele is worked by 2 channel changers, but in which combination I don't know, so it stays silent. Anyway, there is nothing in English, as it is now "Too expensive" to have English channels ... even 1. It has always been basic, but now there is only a bed that is seriously not comfortable or modern, worn laminate on the floor, a small desk with poor lighting, and a kitchen chair that I would have thrown away years ago. There was more furniture in the room last visit (not much), but obviously it has worn out and not been replaced. I have asked for a second (more comfortable) chair, it is a double room after all. As a side issue, there is 'on the road' parking if there is space available, and no chance of a drink (unless you bring your own or go out). You can buy a coffee, but I am not sure how, and reception has no customers in it. Uninviting. The restaurants close by are OK. Breakfast is OK too, if a little sterile and uninspired. The area is quite nice, central, and the naval dockyard is close by. You get the sense that the management is running it into the ground before they sell the building, as though they do not want to spend any money on it at all. So fewer people are staying it feels. This year the price has gone down I believe. Good point is the tram is across the street, and you are close to everywhere. But for a few euros more you can stay in much better. And even closer to the tram. Sacrifice a small tram journey, and you can stay in a 3 star for less money, with gym, restaurant, bar, nice rooms, parking etc. I get booked into this by my company, but not again, not without some basic changes. But as I say, the people are nice, all of them, just a shame about the rooms.…
I stayed at this hotel for a couple of nights. When we were there, the tram lines were being completed across the bridge, the area in front of the hotel was full of outdoor eating areas with tent like frontages. The hotel was chosen for location and was well placed to see the city on foot. Rooms were clean and my single was quite well sized. Only problem was motorcycle parking was a few hundred meters away and cars would have had to use street parking, bearing in mind the charges. Staff were very helpful at letting us know where the best place was for parking though.
We stayed in the Hotel de la Rade for one night during our trip along the coast of Brittany. This hotel was not expensive and therefore, we were positively surprised by the nice room with the lovely view on the naval harbour and the the imposing bridge de la Rade! Breakfast was also nice! But the best about the hotel is its location in the heart of Brest in within walking distance to all the museums, the shops and the lovely restaurants in the area! As we had to leave and didn't know where to post our postcards, the hotel manager offered to send them for us - and they arrived!