Hotel Du Dauphin

Address: 33 rue Jean Jaures, St-Nazaire, Pays de la Loire, 44600, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 33 rue Jean Jaures, St-Nazaire.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Du Dauphin St-Nazaire

Reviewed by scotty1957

No frills hospitality!

Reviewed Apr 26, 2013
by (8 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

The Hotel Du Dauphin was the perfect hotel for us to start our bicycle tour. Plenty of outside space and although there is no parking area there id plenty of parking on the street. The room was very clean and comfortable and the breakfast substantial.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Du Dauphin St-Nazaire

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from St-Nazaire

Arriving in St Nazaire!

A travel blog entry by scotty1957 on Apr 26, 2013

4 photos

Left Hotel Henri IV before breakfast for the Gare Montparnasse. It was its usual hectic scene with much coming and going. We always seems to have so much baggage when we travel and it is important to keep an eye on everything.

The TGV is a pleasure to travel in as it took us to St Nazaire in a little over two and a half hours.

Nantes- sur la tante, Non!

A travel blog entry by jennyart on Oct 22, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... to book the next trip to St Malo, which according to our Eurail app is a one change train trip. We might have a Eurail Global pass which covers all rail travel throughout Europe, but it does not cover the cost of reservation of seats on fast trains and that is compulsory. In France it costs 18 Euros each to reserve seats; supposedly all paid for? Dream on!
In Sweden it costs more to reserve but at ...

Food Heaven - Come trough with me

A travel blog entry by vintage-chapter on Oct 20, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... compare langostino) or scampi, is a slim, orange-pink lobster which grows up to 25 cm (10 in) long, and is "the most important commercial crustacean in Europe".

Pound for pound these things are worth more than a rapper's necklace.

Before you ask, it was my treat, and although the Quentels would, I am sure, bought them I asked Isobel to do ...

Thank God for BaseCamp & D roads

A travel blog entry by vintage-chapter on Oct 20, 2015

1 photo

I've managed to evict the cous-cous baby, all is presently well with the world.

We got a bit monged last night, so interesting pictures of Nantes are pretty low down the list.

The most important thing was to find a different way back to Quimperle avoiding the Scooby doo route and the voie express.

Garmin, bless 'em, make a map programme for your laptop called BaseCamp so you can **** around to your heart's content picking out the route ...

In a roundabout sort of way...

A travel blog entry by vintage-chapter on Oct 19, 2015

2 comments, 4 photos

... he was still giving me the Mexican stand off. 10 yards away he decides to amble across the road. I was ready for him. I stopped to let him cross. Bizarrely as he crosses he's still giving me the dead eye.
If he had 2 fingers he would've stuck them up.

All brilliant till we got to the outskirts of Nantes. The route I had chosen took us down their version of International Drive rammed with factory outlets, eating places ...