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Campanile welcomes you to the conviviality of its 3-star accommodation in Rennes, during a business trip or with your family. Organize your stops in Brittany's hotels-restaurants, to visit some of France's treasures. Enjoy a comfortable room with high quality bedding and enjoy a generous buffet. Our hotels are conveniently located and benefit from free parking.

Our hotels in Rennes

Enjoy the comfort of Campanile rooms in Rennes. Depending on the establishment, you’ll find private parking, meeting rooms, restaurants with self-serve buffets or à la carte dishes, as well as evening entertainment.

Hotel campanile rennes est - atalante

3.7 km from the city center

Hotel campanile rennes sud - saint jacques

3.7 km from the city center

Hotel campanile rennes ouest - cleunay

2.6 km from the city center

Hotel campanile fougeres

45 km from the city center

Hotel campanile rennes centre - gare

1.3 km from the city center

Hotel campanile dinan - taden

48 km from the city center

Places of interest around Rennes hotels

Find the not to be missed sights of Rennes
hôtels Campanile Jardin botanique du Thabor

Jardin Botanique du Thabor

Sometimes it's not necessary to escape the city to find nature. Rennes is a perfect example of this, as it has a real green lung at its center. The Parc du Thabor, less than a 10-minute drive from your hotel, in fact offers walkers a breath of air, a quite break amid urban life. For the walker who enters this 10 hectare space for the first time, the spectacle is complete. The brilliant green lawns are splashed with flowers and the bubbling of the waterfall can be heard against the walls of the natural cave and in the vast terrain called l’Enfer (small outdoor theatre that is such a misnomer) that give you snippets of the springtime show… The singing of many birds mixes with the laughter of children. Nothing could be more normal, since given its size, the park is the ideal playground for an afternoon with family. Most of the lawn is freely accessible, for various kinds of entertainment during the day. In the shade or in the sun, whether quite or busy, the Parc du Thabor is a polymorphous garden that instills in the explorer a strong desire to return there. No surprise if we tell you that it hosts more than 1.5 million strollers every year.
hôtels Campanile Les Champs Libres - Musée de Bretagne

Les Champs Libres - Museum of Brittany

From your hotel, you are less than a five-minute walk from the Champs Libres. The building, which was designed by renowned architect from Rennes, Christian de Portzamparc, houses the library, the Museum of Brittany, the Espace des Sciences and exhibition centers. At the Museum of Brittany, discover the history of the region through the collection of 3,000 objects showing off its heritage and its identity. At the Espace des Sciences, you can see one of the many temporary exhibitions or travel through space at the planetarium. In thisvenue for discovery, each session is unique and organized in real time, with the speaker adapting to current events and to the audience. For example, you can head to the sun, revolve around the moon or discover Jupiter. With a 14-meter wide screen, you’ll be projected into the solar system, in the middle of the planets, stars and galaxies. Every Thursday at 5:30 p.m., the session is free for visitors under the age of 26. As for temporary exhibitions, Champs Libres has commented tours for families and tours designed for children (from 3 years of age). It’s a chance to grow as a family!
hôtels Campanile Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rennes

Museum of Fine Arts of Rennes

Easily accessible from your hotel, the Museum of Fine Arts is one of the five must-see cultural venues in Rennes, along with Champs Libres, the Ecomusée du Pays de Rennes, the Frac and the contemporary art center La Criée. Open, active and alive, the museum starts a conversation between the history of art and art today. Thus, Egyptian, Greek and Celtic antiquities and ancient paintings resonate with the contemporary art collection, represented in particular by artists from Brittany, such as Geneviève Asse, Raymond Hains and Jacques Villeglé. Resulting in large part from Christophe-Paul de Robien’s collection of curiosities, the collection of Italian drawings, which includes drawings by Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli and Donatello, is a must-see. Also admire the masterpieces of European painters such as Perseus freeing Andromeda by Véronèse, the Tiger Hunt by Rubens or the huge Descent from the Cross by Le Brun. Various activities are designed for families, such as workshops and events. One hour each, they consist of discovering the work of artists in exhibition rooms, then going in-depth into the concepts of a theme or taking on a work with a set of pencils.


Visit Rennes

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A weekend in Rennes allows the discovery of unmissable places in the city. Walk through city from the Place de la République to the Place de Sainte-Anne, where a succession of beautiful buildings will enchant you. The town hall, the opera, the Brittany Parliament and Rennes Cathedral are all sure to make an impression. Let yourself be carried away by your curiosity and take beautiful walks along streets dating from the Middle Ages. The parks are also well worth a visit. Thabor Botanical Park notably covers 10 hectares in the heart of the city. Its lawns, aviaries and rose gardens invite you to relax.
A weeklong stay in Rennes allows you to explore every nook and cranny of the city, so why not combine nature, culture and gastronomy? After leaving your suitcases in one of theCampanile hotels in Brittany, visit the Museum of Fine Arts and La Criée. This space exclusively presents works of contemporary artists and adjoins the central halls. Take the opportunity to whet your appetite! Or perhaps you prefer to visit the Place des Lices market held on Saturday mornings. Here, you can savor galettes-saucisses, an unrivaled culinary specialty. Moreover, why not sample the tasty menu of the Campanile restaurant at your hotel.
Going to Rennes with your family guarantees a happy holiday. Start by visiting the Ecomuseum, established in a farm, which traces the history of agricultural production and ecological developments, the animals will not fail to amaze the little ones! During your stay in Rennes, we also suggest a visit to the Champs Libres. This cultural complex near your hotel-restaurant brings together library, exhibition and conference rooms, a museum of history, planetarium and play areas dedicated to children. You will have a great time with your family!

Top 3 gastronomic specialties in Rennes

Salted caramelWho doesn't like salted caramel? This well-known and recognized culinary specialty, appreciated by young and old alike, is in fact native to Brittany. What would a stay in Rennes be without tasting the famous salted caramel? Creamy with a texture somewhat like dulce de leche, it can be enjoyed on a fingertip, in a hot pancake, on an apple pie, in sweets or even on gavottes, a gastronomic specialty of St. Malo... savor it at your convenience! Perhaps you will also find some in your Campanile restaurant.Kouign amannA must-have dessert for a foodie trip, it seduces all lovers of sweet pleasures. At markets, in bakeries or in the Campanile restaurant, the kouign amann is a hugely popular butter cake. Everyone has their own recipe and flavors: pistachio, caramel, fruit... kouign amann fuels the creativity of artisans! Its texture is unique and seduces lovers of sweets things. You will love discovering this culinary specialty that is bursting with local flavors.Galette-saucisseRennes can be visited through your taste buds and to discover it, you simply have to try a decidedly popular snack that combines the flavors of two flagship products from the region: buckwheat and sausage. During any visit to the market, you can enjoy the galette-saucisse. Made from buckwheat flour, it is a staple of Breton cuisine. In this savory version, it is garnished with grilled pork sausage; and for aperitif, you can savor the mini version, called "chipottouse". Take it with you and head to the Channel to visit Saint-Malo.