Just a short stroll from Carnac’s Grande Plage, which offers a splendid view over the islands of Houat and Belle-Île-en-Mer, you’ll find Le Celtique Hôtel & Spa, a top establishment in the seaside resort town since the 1920s when the town’s first holidaymakers came.
The hotel currently comprises 53 rooms and suites, a restaurant, a bar, a heated indoor pool, a spa, and meeting rooms. All these spaces were the subject of a full and particularly careful restoration, aiming to bring the charm of this hotel so closely linked to the history of Carnac-Plage fully back to life.
Photographer: Christophe Le Potier
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The new decor brings together modernity and elegance in a subtle and enduringly attractive manner. The premises here blend in with the Art Deco spirit of the original building, which has been skilfully combined with maritime notes that help it embody the joy of the seaside.
Soft natural tones in different textures are combined to create a warm interior. Being located near the beach, the look and feel of the bedrooms are reminiscent of the beach and create an relaxing mood.