Typical Ibis. Clean and modern but almost stark. We stayed there during the maritime festival... See full review
Jerry and Linda
Jul 28, 2012
The Ibis Brest Kergaradec hotel is at the entrance to the city, on the route to the islands of Finistère, the Côte des Légendes, and the Pays des Abers. The airport is only 4 km away. It has 54 refurbished rooms available for booking, a meeting area with one meeting room, free private parking, a bar open 24/24 with a terrace and a restaurant serving traditional cuisine. Guests on a business trips will appreciate the Wifi wireless broadband Internet access.
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Room for one or two persons equipped with the new bedding. Equipped with the new Sweet Bed by ibis bedding, the practical and inviting ibis room boasts all the features you want most: cozy bed, desk, internet, TV with all the best channels and a bathroom.
No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
24 hour front desk
Nearby points of interest
Brest Railway Station: 2.7 mi
The pleasure of good food à la carte.Meal time throughout your stay means the chance to discover the culinary stops of our Ibis restaurants, ready to receive you 7 days a week, 365 days a year, every night open at least 7:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
The Bar : a friendly place to get together at any time of day.
Terms and conditions
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The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
Typical Ibis. Clean and modern but almost stark. We stayed there during the maritime festival bebause it was the only vacancy I found (except for a few with exorbitant rates) about eight months before the festival.
It's a few miles out of town,
and more suited to automobile travellers. But the tram into town is only about a half mile walk (and costs only two euros for an all-day pass). Although the tram is over-crowded and can be an experience to ride.
We had two dinners at the hotel, primarily because iwas so far from town. One was superb, especially for the price. The other still good. The breakfase buffet was good in concept but they were virtually always behind; several menu items and dish/silverware/glass items were always out. The staff varied from very good to indifferent. My medium staff rating is largely because of the poor performance at breakfast. My perception was that they were under-staffed, not that anyone (other than management) was slacking.