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Once you have selected from the many Nantes hotels featured at Hotels.com you are ready to start planning the rest of your break. Nantes doesn't have claims to historical fame on a grand scale, but was the home of science fiction writer, Jules Verne and the birthplace of the stethoscope, the hackney cab and tinned sardines. Hotels.com has partnerships with many hotels in Nantes, so whatever your budget you are sure to find something suitable. On our website you can read accurate guest reviews and look at multiple photos of hotels, including sample rooms. With Hotels.com you will know exactly what your hotel in Nantes has to offer.

What's Nantes Like?

Nantes has several districts, each with a distinct character. Place du Commerce, Butte St-Anne and Place du Bouffay are where you will discover the charms of old Nantes. If you're looking for a shopping experience, then go to Talensac for its market, or the pedestrianised shopping district of Decre. For upmarket clothes shopping, head for Rue Crebillon. Visit the Chateau des ducs de Bretagne, home to the Nantes History Museum and the Cathedral of Saint Peter. Nantes abounds in beautiful buildings. Some can be found in La Place Mellinet, which contains eight perfectly symmetrical houses built around an octagon. Children and the young at heart will be fascinated by the Machines de L'ille. Marvel at these fantastic mechanical animals and take a ride on the Great Elephant. When you want to recover from the exertions of sight-seeing and shopping, cross the River Erdre to the Ile de Versailles, where you will find a tranquil Japanese garden. Take advantage of staying in Nantes hotels to explore the surrounding area. Guerande, a fortified city, and the small fishing town of Le Croisic, are both worth a visit.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Nantes

Nantes is known for its unexpected frequent and fierce rain showers, so always remember to pack your umbrella or rain jacket when leaving your hotel. If you want to get around the city like a local then take advantage of the tram lines or rent a bike. Nantes is very bike friendly with lots of bicycle lanes and many streets that are too narrow for cars to navigate. The local Nantais enjoy strolling along the posh Rue Crebillon. When you shop here, you'll be treated as a valued customer, not as a passing tourist. Our website at Hotels.com features accurate maps, which pinpoint the exact location of Nantes hotels. This allows you to choose hotels by destination, such as those near airports, stations or historical attractions.