The property is well located near two major highways, very near to the Rennes Airport and to the Campus Ker Lann at Bruz. It is within walking distance to a major exhibition complex. My room was interior to an open courtyard, accessed through the large and pleasantly decorated lobby. The room was not luxurious, but was clean and adequately appointed for the usual business or casual traveller. There seems to be a conscious allotment of one cup of instant coffee, 1 creamer and 1 or 2 sugars. Plastic spoons and drinking glasses are provided, the cups are ceramic. Toilet tissue is of the single sheet variety. I purchased for myself, as a longer term stay, toilet rolls, shampoo, a proper spoon and mug. There is no refrigerator or mini bar and the iron and ironing board are by request. Staff are pleasant but some speak English more completely than others. If a matter is complicated, they will find the right person to speak with the guest. The maid walked in on me despite the "do not disturb" sign AND my calling out to her that I did not wish her to enter when she knocked. I would happily stay again, armed with the small necessaries which I purchased, and with the chair firmly blocking the door in addition to the do not disturb sign. I did not dine at the property so cannot comment on the table.
Family of four adults. We used this hotel as a central point to get to other sites. Very bare bones, but sufficient for our purpose since we didn't need to spend much time in the room. The location was good since it was in walking distance to the train station and just around the corner from a shopping mall with restaurants and a great sandwich/patisserie shop.
Bedroom is upstairs and for someone who lives in a rancher we'd prefer one floor, but it was fine for one night. We found the restaurant expensive with a 16 euro hamburger. We ordered well done and got almost raw. Once it came back cooked, it was tasteless. The dressing on the salad we didn't like and there was no option.
I actually had one of their small apartments. Very clean, convenient and comfortable
Travel can help to expand your horizons, and in Cesson Sevigne, are on hand to do just that.
After all that sightseeing, a cozy hotel room is probably in order. Orbitz features 30 hotels in Cesson Sevigne, which rate highly for Amenities and Hotel Staff, as well as offer a quiet place to rest your head.Things to do in Cesson Sevigne
Looking for fun in Cesson Sevigne? The silver screens at Arvor Cinéma et Culture and Cinéville offer up afternoons of classic entertainment and more.
Passage Bleu - Chantepie (à proximité de Rennes) offers a chance to pamper yourself and relax during your travels.Shopping in Cesson Sevigne
Stock up on souvenirs and personal treats while in Cesson Sevigne—Décathlon Rennes Chantepie, Galeries Lafayette Rennes , Galeries Lafayette Rennes and [Décathlon Rennes Chantepie] are filled with the latest trends and accessories. Galeries Lafayette Rennes and Fnac Rennes offer gifts and other items perfect for prettying up homes or keeping up with the latest tech trends.Arts and culture in Cesson Sevigne
Anthropology, history, fine art — there's no limit to what museums can offer. Enjoy an educational and fun afternoon in Cesson Sevigne at Musée des beaux-arts, Les Champs libres and Musée de Bretagne. Bibliothèque des Longs-Champs, Fnac Rennes and Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Rennes offer a taste of culture and learning.Where to party in Cesson Sevigne
Don't want to turn in early? Grab a cold brew or mixed drink at Les Chais de Sainte Croix, Le Beaulieu and Bar Le Tournebride.Outdoor activities in Cesson Sevigne
If you want to learn more about nature, check out the many colorful fishes that swim at Club rennais aquariophile.Where to stay in Cesson Sevigne
Aérodrome de Dinan - Trélivan is the main hub for flights into Cesson Sevigne and the surrounding area.Where to eat in Cesson Sevigne
Traveling burns a lot of calories, and Cesson Sevigne offers plenty of places where you can enjoy a quiet meal or break bread with the whole family. The dishes at La Favola, La Strada, Crêperie La Marelle and La table d'Hippolyte are good bets for refueling.Arts and culture in Cesson Sevigne
Anthropology, history, fine art — there's no limit to what museums can offer. Enjoy an educational and fun afternoon in Cesson Sevigne at Musée des beaux-arts, Les Champs libres and Musée de Bretagne. Bibliothèque des Longs-Champs, Fnac Rennes and Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Rennes offer a taste of culture and learning.Best times to visit Cesson Sevigne
Orbitz offers some great deals all year round, but you can really stretch your travel budget during May, August and April. These months offer respective savings of about 25%, 24% and 24%.