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Gateway to Brittany, Rennes is one of the most pleasant places to live in France. To discover this multi-faceted metropolis, choose the comfort of Kyriad hotels. Find memory foam pillows in your room, a packed buffet in our restaurants for your breakfasts, private parking, and meeting rooms if you are on a business trip.

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Hôtels Vezin-le-Coquet Kyriad

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With Kyriad hotels in Vezin le cocquet, enjoy a quality stay in a hotel with all the comforts you need.

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Our hotels in Rennes

Let yourself go for our Kyriad hotels at Rennes. Right at your arrival, our hoteliers welcome you with nothing but smiles and thoughtfulness. You'll discover the one-of-a-kind comfort of our memory foam pillow. Then, to start the day off right, taste the Kyriad difference, and let yourself fall for the freshness of the Frozen Yogurt for breakfast... Two good reasons for you to come back!
KYRIAD DIRECT RENNES OUEST
VEZIN LE COQUET

Hotel kyriad direct rennes ouest

4.6 km from the city center
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Kyriad Rennes Nord
RENNES

Hotel kyriad rennes nord

2.5 km from the city center
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Kyriad Rennes Centre
RENNES

Hotel kyriad rennes centre

1.3 km from the city center
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KYRIAD RENNES SUD - Chantepie
CHANTEPIE

Hotel kyriad rennes sud - chantepie

4.7 km from the city center
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PREMIERE CLASSE RENNES SUD - Chantepie
CHANTEPIE

Hotel premiere classe rennes sud - chantepie

6.3 km from the city center
CAMPANILE FOUGERES
FOUGERES

Hotel campanile fougeres

45 km from the city center
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PREMIERE CLASSE RENNES EST - Cesson
Cesson-Sévigne

Hotel premiere classe rennes est - cesson

5.4 km from the city center
CAMPANILE RENNES EST - Atalante
RENNES

Hotel campanile rennes est - atalante

3.7 km from the city center
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CAMPANILE DINAN - Taden
TADEN

Hotel campanile dinan - taden

48 km from the city center
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PREMIERE CLASSE RENNES SUD EST
CHANTEPIE

Hotel premiere classe rennes sud est

4.7 km from the city center
CAMPANILE RENNES CENTRE - Gare
RENNES

Hotel campanile rennes centre - gare

1.3 km from the city center
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CAMPANILE RENNES SUD - Saint Jacques
SAINT-JACQUES DE LA LANDE

Hotel campanile rennes sud - saint jacques

3.7 km from the city center
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CAMPANILE RENNES OUEST - Cleunay
RENNES

Hotel campanile rennes ouest - cleunay

2.6 km from the city center
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Places of interest around Rennes

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Jardin botanique du Thabor

As a well-kept secret, the city of Rennes contains a green diamond. The most beautiful gift left to the city by the monks of the Benedictine abbey of Sainte-Melaine who lived there in the sixth century is the parc Thabor, a ten-minute drive from your Kyriad Rennes Center, Kyriad Rennes North and Kyriad Rennes Chantepie hotels. Rejuvenated in the nineteenth century by the work of the German landscape designer Denis Bühler, it shines today with its mixed layout that combines French garden and English park, as well as its natural wealth that offers the walker in turn, a waterfall, multiple statues, basins, an aviary and even a cave. You can choose the place that is best for your strolls. The most inquisitive can also look at the floral variety of the botanical garden with several thousand species of exotic plants. The rose garden is perhaps the highlight of the show, which contains more than 2000 varieties of flowers. Inebriated by the scent of roses, you may forget to listen. That would be a pity: the chirping of birds compete with the concerts in the bandstand for the honor of being the soundtrack of your afternoon relaxing in this exceptional park!
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Les Champs Libres - Musée de Bretagne

Whether you are at the Kyriad Rennes Center, Kyriad Rennes Nord or Kyriad Rennes Chantepie, enjoy some free time to visit the Champs-Elysées. Launched in 2006, this cultural space which has become a must for visitors in the landscape of Rennes was designed by the world-renowned architect Christian de Portzamparc. The initial idea was to create a place of culture gathering scientific, historical and artistic knowledge. At the architectural competition organized by the city of Rennes in 1993, the architect presented a structure that preserves the visibility of each institution, namely the museum of Brittany, the cultural, scientific and technical center and the library. "Three in one" architecture and the sobriety of the materials used (tinted concrete, white aluminum and dark roofing) won the acceptance of the judges. A year later, in 1994, Christian de Portzamparc was the first French architect to receive the Pritzker Prize, the highest distinction in architecture. On the ground floor, the dome houses the planetarium in the Science Space. All around, the rectangular building is the museum of Brittany. On the top, the liner-shaped glass structure contains the six floors of the library. Do not hesitate to go there to admire the breathtaking view of the city.
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Opéra de Rennes

Whether you are staying at Kyriad Rennes Center, Kyriad Rennes Nord or Kyriad Rennes Chantepie, enjoy some free time to stroll through the historic center of Rennes. On the Place de la Mairie, take note of the Rennes Opera House, with its characteristic rotunda shape. Designed in 1836 by the young architect Charles Millardet, this place called Théâtre was for a long time the only theater in the city, before the creation in 1968 of the National Theater of Brittany, more commonly known as the TNB. The originality of the building is mainly based on its integration into a complex comprising apartments, a gallery under the theater and an outdoor café linking the public square, the shopping gallery and the cultural section. Push the door of the theater to the Italian-style auditorium, equipped with 642 seats to visit public spaces and backstage. Take a look at the program: you will be surprised by its diversity, between opera evenings, concerts of world music and animations testifying to a real open policy. It is also the opportunity for you to discover the symphony orchestra of Brittany, which regularly performs there.
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What to do in Rennes

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Spending a weekend in Rennes? You’ll have just enough time to get a glimpse of the charms of this city. The historical center of the capital of Brittany deserves a visitor’s undivided attention. Discover its half-timbered houses, city hall square, or the Brittany Parliament, which stands as a testament to areas tumultuous history. If you visit on a Saturday, stroll down to the Lices market, an institution since 1622, to stock up on fresh products as you continue to admire the city’s architectural wonders. In the evening, dine in a local crêperie or at your Kyriad hotel restaurant.
During a week-long stay at a Kyriad location in Rennes, dive deeper into the city and its backcountry. Visit the Museum of Brittany, to learn everything about the region and its history. The greater metropolis of Rennes is made up of more than thirty cities and villages, all of which harbor a wealth of heritage. Discover an exceptional stained-glass window at the Chantepie Church. Nature lovers won’t want to miss a trip to the Paimpont Forest, brimming with Breton legend and hiking trails.
Planning a family vacation in Rennes? Here is something that will satisfy the desires of everyone, both big and small: the Champs Libres, which include the Museum of Brittany, the Media Library and the Science Center. Each of these three spots offer entertainment and exhibitions that will suit the whole family. A wide array of green spaces, such as the downtown Thabor Garden, are available for outdoor relaxation. Once night falls, find the comfort of our family suits at one of our Kyriad hotels in Rennes.
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Rennes culinary specialties

A city where food is king, Rennes has plenty to offer for a gourmet experience. Don't miss buckwheat crepes, wheat crepes, and cider in the city's best crêperies. For the more adventurous, Rennes has other lesser-known culinary specialties. In local restaurants, try the sausage galette (grilled sausage wrapped in a buckwheat galette) or the parlementin, a pastry made of apples, almonds and cider. The Kyriad hotels of Rennes also are happy to welcome you at their restaurants for breakfast, lunch and dinner, promising traditional or regional cuisine.
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Must-see events in Rennes

Each year, a series of events brings the city of Rennes to life. Whether you're staying at a Kyriad accommodation in Rennes for business or vacationing in the city center, make sure to take the time have some fun. Enjoy long-time favorites such as the Trans Musicales, a can’t-miss event in December for fans of indie rock. Also check out the Tombées de la Nuit, a street art festival in July, or the Biennale of Contemporary Art, one of the largest in France, which has the city buzzing all through the fall. Want to discover even more events in Brittany? Book a room at anotherKyriad hotel in the Brittany region.
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Interesting facts about Rennes

In the heart of downtown Rennes hides a local gem known primarily by its residents: the Saint-Georges pool, located on Gambetta street. The city’s oldest swimming pool, built between 1923 and 1925, doesn’t boast an Olympic-size pool. But it does feature one of the most charming examples of Art Deco decor. Of special interest are the mosaics by Isidore Odorico, a descendant of an Italian family of mosaic artists. Its cabins opening directly onto the pool are reminiscent of the cabins that used to be found on the beach.