Playful and creative, vibrant and young, Nantes has been totally turned upside down by art, making the city a perfect destination for a weekend break with a direct flight (under 90 minutes) from the UK.
The artsy city of Nantes on the banks of the River Loire has often been praised for its quality of life and is a healthy, green city offering thousands of hectares of green space. It has an important maritime and river history, a pedestrianised centre and plenty of smart shops to browse.
This month, (re)discover Nantes with our partners’ recommendations.
Hotel La Perouse
La Pérouse is a 20th-century architectural gem and 4*hotel located in the city centre where guests are invited to make themselves at home. The hotel offers 46 bedrooms, of which 30 are “Club”, 13 are “Superior” and 3 are triple rooms with a personalized service for all the guests.
Musée d’Arts in Nantes
The Musée d’Arts in Nantes will be reopened to the public on 23 June 2017, following an extraordinary renovation project. The museum aims to be a place to enjoy art as well as living cultural institution.
Amongst the museum’s collection are examples of 19th-century, pre-modern and modern and contemporary art.
Opening times are adapted to city life: 11am to 7pm, with late openings on Thursdays until 9pm. Viewing slots are reserved for schools from 9am to 11am.
Le Petit Boucot
Le Petit Boucot restaurant is located close to the Graslin Theatre and has a 24-cover capacity.
Its Chef, Frédéric Chiron, makes creative and delicious dishes with local and seasonal products. All dishes are homemade and menus change each day.
We hope to see your customers soon in Nantes!
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For further information, please contact Camille Larose