With ideal locations in the city centre, or close to the station or airport, you’re sure to find an ibis hotel for your next holiday or business trip to Brest. See the list of ibis hotels in Brest with all of our offers and weekend deals. At ibis, you can also take advantage of the Le Club Accor loyalty program, valid in over 2,000 hotels throughout the world. ibis has over 1800 hotels across the world which offer all the services of a modern hotel at a budget price. ibis also means a 24/7 welcome, with Wi-Fi, buffet breakfast, parking, and a bar, as well as a restaurant in most hotels.

Our hotels in Brest

0.74 k.m from the city centre

Reservations 24/7. The Quartz conference center, the SNCF station, stores and multiplex cinema are all less than 0.6 miles (1 km) away. The location i...

0.74 k.m from the city centre

Located in the port of Brest, opposite the Carène music venue. The Quartz Conference Center and SNCF station are less than 0.6 miles (1 km) away. The ...

0.77 k.m from the city centre

You can explore the Sea museum, and also the aquariums of Océanopolis and the ancient castle built during the Gallo-Roman period. Located 1 km from th...

4.07 k.m from the city centre

The airport is only 4 km away. It has 54 refurbished rooms available for booking, a meeting a rea with one meeting room, free private parking, a bar o...

9.94 k.m from the city centre

Choose a modern, comfortable room for 1, 2 or 3 people, with a shower, toilet & satellite TV, at a reasonable price.

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The hotel’s classification (1 to 5 stars in France) meets the criteria set by the local authorities.

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