Hotel Restaurant Les Prateaux is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Noirmoutier en l'Ile, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel Restaurant Les Prateaux offer a flat screen TV and a minibar.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including newspaper. Guests of Hotel Restaurant Les Prateaux are also welcome to enjoy a lounge, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Le 11, which is a wine bar that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Castle-Museum of Noirmoutier en L'isle (1.2 mi) and Eglise Saint-Philbert (1.0 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Noirmoutier en l'Ile!
Really well situated hotel with a fantastic restaurant. It may officially rate as a 3 star hotel but deserved 5 stars for its restaurant. A really friendly welcome with charming hosts. Half-board is recommended - the menu is really superb, especially the seafood. Will certainly be going back again. The hotel is just a few minutes walk from very nice beaches - not overcrowded in June.
Completely unfriendly owner, family unfriendly, hostile to foreigners! We had booked a 5-day stay with our one-year-old son in June. When we arrived we were looked at in surprise and not greeted. The owner mumbled something about not wanting children and he didn't have a cot. My husband and I then considered changing hotels, but then he suddenly found a cot and said rudely that it would be an extra charge of 15 euros. In fact, on the day of the billing, he then asked for an additional 15 euros per day! When we then wanted to refuse to pay this exorbitant price, he even threatened to call the police because he pulled out on some prospect that a third person always had to pay this surcharge. But that wasn't all: when we asked on the first day if we could have dinner in the restaurant, he replied snippy: no, all reserved. ( and it was low season) when we asked if there was a table another night in the next 7 days he countered again: all complete. When we walked past the restaurant on the way to our room every evening, we found that there were still a lot of tables free. And the next day, when the owner showed the hotel to French people who asked at short notice if there was any accommodation for them, he actually asked them if they would like to have dinner! Never experienced such an unfriendly host! The only friendly people at this Hotel was the cleaning personal.…
The location is great the tenant is nice and eequisite, I enjoyed so much my stay there. The bed-rooms are spacious and well equipped. The place to stay. Just next to the best beaches, and far from the crowd, an oasis of wellness.
It is only a 3 star hotel, but it sings for us. It sits beautifully in a mini-woods next to a couple of lovely beaches. It is old fashioned in the best sense, well maintained with a genuinely hospitable staff. Nothing pretentious here, but rooms and grounds that are peaceful, comfortable and fully integrated with the island culture. Fairly and modestly priced, they offer good value. Their restaurant is excellent and not just an afterthought for stranded residents.See my separate review. It is a pleasure to be served a nice breakfast. We are not fans of the increasing trend to buffets where you swerve in and out of other guests, the eggs on the steam tray are invariably lukewarm and unpleasant, and you have to make a couple of trips to find everything you need. This hotel made a special effort to secure very fine Italian Coffee. As much as we love France's culinary talent, more often than not their coffee is bitter and/or thin. A few minor criticisms.I would prefer that they had secure wifi. Too many hotels these days don't offer it. English language guests must be a small minority, but it would be nice if they had at least one English language television news channel such as CNN, BBC or France 24 in English. Next time they replace the mattresses, a firmer one would be appreciated. Nestled amongst the trees and with plenty of little areas to soak up some sun, the setting just feels right. Also, any hotel that has two Golden Retrievers gets a thumbs up from us. We have stayed at many fancier hotels on this trip, but this is one we wouldn't hesitate to revisit. It;s a short drive or bicycle ride into town, but it would be quite nice to just stay put for awhile, especially knowing that there is a superior chef on the premises.…
It is a fabulous hotel. The service is excellent. We had a great room overlooking the gardens with a wide terrace. The bed was very comfortable. The Wifi was rather erratic, maybe we were a bit far from the main! Breakfast daily was a bit repetitive and everything tasted fresh and good. The Main beach is walking distance and they have ample secure parking. It is a quiet place and we loved it. We would definitely go back.
We stayed 3 nights. We enjoyed the spacious room, though the bathroom was a bit small. Fortunately, the toilets were separate. We enjoyed the small patio where we could sit and relax with our drinks. We also noted that we were fortunate to have parking space on the property because of the beachgoers taking up all the space in the street. You can easily walk to the beach and when it is too hot, there is a huge forest adjacent to the hotel where you go for a walk. Bicycles are also available. We did not go to the restaurant. The owner was very friendly and we appreciated the relaxed, quiet atmosphere because the island can get very crowded and busy. We would go there again.
This pleasant hotel is very well located at the northern end of the island in the Bois and away from the campers. Close to two good beaches and easy walk to many other varied coastal settings. Pleasant, rather than friendly, attentive staff. One can not say that this hotel has a particularly relaxing atmosphere, more efficient rather than comfortable. The atmosphere no doubt reflects the clientele and when we were there it felt more like a superior geriatric home, with a rather clinical feel. The food was good, yet we stayed 6 nights and after a while found ourselves wanting something different. Good for fish but not so much variation in seafood, and poor on vegetables, no vegetarian options. Decent place to stay but dont take the half board option.
Hubby and I stayed here for one night, we were thankfully moving onto another hotel in the town for the rest of our stay in Noirmoutier. We had high hopes, room looked okay, restaurant had good reviews, and it is very near a lovely beach. Welcome was tepid at best, host did the bare minimum and no more. Room was big, nice terrace, although cleaning was not great, terrace needed a sweep, and the lounger was dusty. Coffee machine hadn't been cleaned, mouldy in bathroom etc. Bed was very comfy though and we slept well. Can't comment on restaurant as it was fully booked. We ate instead at The Plage restaurant on the beach, had a great meal for around 80 euro with wine. I notice other reviewers have mentioned the host as warm and friendly, perhaps we caught him on a bad day, it is hectic in Noirmoutier in August, but the whole place did seem tired. …
Nice big room, comfortable bed, excellent facilities and beach a short stroll through the woods.No view of sea but pleasant garden.wifi pretty hopeless, kept dropping. Tea and coffee in room and nice breakfast (extra)
We stayed for three nights at Les Practeaux during an exceptionally hot period in June. We found the hotel with some slight difficulty as the signage on the island is a little haphazard, We were met by the proprietor who was welcoming and helpful. Our room was large and airy with a good size bathroom and a separate lavatory. There was a french window leading on to a small patio. Before dinner we had a drink at the small bar and met the most elegant and charming wife of the proprietor. We dined each night in the restaurant which is not our normal practice but we so enjoyed or meal that we decided to dine there again. The chef is very young and ambitious, each dish (including an amuse bouche at the bar) was beautifully presented and the wine perfectly acceptable. The hotel is a fair step from the town but bicycles are available for hire. The five beaches are close at hand but except in the early morning these were very crowded. This part of France appears to be little visited by people from the UK and English is not as widely spoken as in other parts of the country. On site parking is provided which is very important on the island.…