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La Perle De Marennes3 Star Hotel


Rue Des Droits De L'homme, 17320 Marennes

Guest review score

8.1 from 113 reviews

Comfortable rooms come fully equipped with en suite facilities and modern amenities, The most famous of the Médoc châteaux – Château Lafite-Rothschild, which is tel,, Château Latour, which is tel, and Château Mouton-Rothschild, which is tel, – can be visited by appointment only, either direct, which is all have English-speaking staff, or through the Maison du Vin. Their vineyards occupy larger single tracts of land than elsewhere in the Médoc, and consequently neighbouring wines can differ markedly: a good vintage Lafite is perfumed and refined, whereas a Mouton-Rothschild is strong and dark and should be kept for at least ten years. Château Mouton-Rothschild and its wine museum, which is April–Oct daily 9.30–11am & 2–4pm; Nov–March closed Sat & Sun; €4.57, or €12.20 including one tasting, is the most absorbing of the big houses: as well as the viticultural stuff, you also get to see the Rothschilds' amazing collection of art treasures, all loosely connected with wine. Le Perle de Marennes is a new hotel, highly valued, ideally located in the heart of Marennes and just 10 minutes from the island of Oléron, Alternate spellings:: France, St-Estèphe, St-Estèphe, St-Estephe. It features free private parking and free Wi-Fi access, Europe begun to be occupied from about 200,000 BC by the Homo sapiens, but have died 30,000 years ago supposedly during a period of cold weather. Around 2500 B.C the Celts came from Central Europe and settled in Gaul. The Celts were iron workers and dominated Gaul until 125 B.C., when the Roman Empire began its reign in southern France. Greeks and Phoenicians established settlements along the Mediterranean, most notably at Marseille. Julius Caesar conquered part of Gaul in 57–52 B.C., and it remained Roman until Franks invaded in the 5th century A.D. La Perle de Marennes is on the Atlantic coast, very much appreciated, with the famous oyster pond of Marennes-Oléron, and direct access to La Rochelle, Rochefort, Saintes and Royan, For an elegant place to stay, head for Château Pomys, which is tel, fax; €55–70,, just south of the village, a mansion set in its own park. There are also several good chambres d'hôte in the area, including Clos de Puyzac in Pez village, which is tel & fax; €40–55, and, further along the same road near Vertheuil-en-Médoc, the hacienda-style Cantemerle, which is tel & fax; €55–70,, both with tables d'hôte. Wake up to a delicious buffet breakfast each morning before taking a swim in the outdoor swimming pool, The landscape of the Médoc, a slice of land northwest of Bordeaux wedged between the forests bordering the Atlantic coast and the Gironde estuary, is itself rather monotonous: its gravel plains, occupying the west bank of the brown, island-spotted estuary, rarely swell into anything resembling a hill. Paradoxically, however, this poor soil is ideal for viticulture – vines root more deeply if they don't find the sustenance they need in the topsoil and, firmly rooted, they are less subject to drought and flooding. The region's eight appellations produce only red wines, from the grape varieties of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot and, to a lesser degree, Petit Verdot. Cabernet Sauvignon gives body, bouquet, colour and maturing potential to the wine, while Merlot gives it its "animal" quality, making it rounder and softer. The D2 wine road, heading off the N15 from Bordeaux, passes through Margaux, St-Julien, Pauillac and St-Estèphe and, while the scenery might not be stunning, the many famous – albeit mostly inaccessible – châteaux are. A professional team is at your service every day of the year and will gladly assist with groups and families, In 486, Clovis I, leader of the Salian Franks, defeated Syagrius at Soissons and then united most of northern and central Gaul under his rule. Christianity in France received a boost when in 496, Clovis adopted the Roman Catholic form of Christianity. In some ways Clovis' reign brought stability and unity to France, but in some other ways it contributed to fragmentation, because Clovis divided up the territory as gifts and rewards. Attractions nearby include the Citadel Brouage, very much appreciated, Palmyre Zoo, and Fort Boyard, PAUILLAC is the largest town in the Médoc region and central to the most important vineyards of Bordeaux: no fewer than three of the top five Grands Crus come from around here. It has grown rapidly in recent years and, while its little harbour and riverfront are pretty enough, they can't counteract the presence of the nuclear power plant across the Gironde., The problem of accommodation is much worse in the Médoc than in the rest of the wine region, but it's possible to visit the area on a day-trip from Bordeaux. Considering it's one of the most prestigious wine-growing areas in Bordeaux, it's surprisingly unwelcoming to visitors, with places to eat, and particularly affordable ones, also in short supply. There are regular bus services to Pauillac, but it's worth considering car rental., The green slopes north of the Garonne, the Côtes de Bourg and Côtes de Blaye, were home to wine production long before the Médoc was planted. The wine is a rather heavier, plummier red, and cheaper than anything found on the opposite side of the river, and the Maison du Vin des Premières Côtes de Blaye on cours Vauban, which is Mon–Sat 8.30am–12.15pm & 2–6pm,, the main street of the pretty little town of BLAYE, serves up a representative selection of the local produce, with some ridiculously inexpensive wines – you can get a good bottle for around €5., Blaye has long played a strategic role defending Bordeaux, and was fortified by Vauban in the seventeenth century. The citadelle deserves a wander; people still live here, and it's a strange combination of peaceful village and tourist attraction. A beautiful spot, it has grass, trees, birds and a spectacular view over the Gironde estuary. Blaye is also the last resting place of the heroic paladin Roland, whose body was brought here in 778 after the battle of Roncevaux. However, his mausoleum is now no more than a heap of rocks., DHTML Menu By Miloni

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General hotel policies*

* policies applicable to particular rates/rooms prevail over general hotel policies

Check-in & check-out, currency

Check-in:   from 14:00   to 22:00
Check-out:  10:30  to 11:00
Currency: EUR

Cancellation Policy

If cancelled up to 2 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled later or in case of no-show, the first night will be charged.

Deposit Policy

No deposit will be charged.

Meal Plan

Buffet breakfast costs EUR 9 per person per night.

Children and Extra Bed Policy

All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing bedding.
All children under 2 years are charged EUR 20 per night per person for cots.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 25 per night per person for extra beds.
Maximum capacity of extra beds in a room is 2.
Maximum capacity of babycots in a room is 1.


Please carefully read policies & conditions for charges

La Perle De Marennes is a 3 star hotel featuring 40 rooms in total


  • Breakfast in the Room
  • Bridal Suite
  • Internet Services
  • Fax/Photocopying
  • Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN
  • Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included


  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Terrace
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Rooms/Facilities for Disabled Guests
  • Free Parking
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Heating
  • All Public and Private spaces non-smoking
  • Airconditioning


  • Outdoor Swimming Pool


Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).


Wi-fi is available in the entire hotel and is free of charge.


Pets are allowed. Charges may be applicable.

Area & travel information


Rue Des Droits De L'homme
17320 Marennes


Places nearby...

Marennes : 2 km
Hiers : 3.5 km
Havre de Brouage : 4.7 km
La Cayenne : 5 km
Brouage : 5.1 km
Bourcefranc : 5.2 km
Pointe de Gatseau : 5.2 km
Pointe de Maumusson : 5.2 km
Pointe aux Herbes : 5.2 km
La Seudre Rivière : 5.2 km
Seudre : 5.2 km
Saint-Just : 5.4 km
Chenal de Marennes : 5.6 km
Canal de la Seudre : 5.6 km
Pointe du Chapus : 6.3 km
Fort du Chapus : 6.3 km
Île de Nole : 6.3 km
Ronce : 6.4 km
Rocher d' Erre : 6.4 km
Coureau d' Oléron : 7.1 km
La Tremblade : 7.2 km
Le Chapus : 7.4 km
Banc de Ronce : 7.5 km
Dunes de Saint-Trojan : 8.3 km
Saint-Trojan : 8.3 km
Pointe de Menson : 8.3 km
Forêt Domaniale de la Tremblade : 8.4 km
Pointe d' Ors : 9.5 km
Moëze : 9.6 km
Beaugeay : 9.7 km
L'Estrées : 10.2 km
Étaules : 10.2 km
Arvert : 10.7 km
Saint-Sornin : 10.7 km
Saint-Froult : 10.8 km
Chaillevette : 10.8 km
Saint-Agnant : 10.9 km
Saint-Jean : 11.2 km
Pertuis de Maumusson : 11.2 km
Dunes des Rochelais : 11.6 km
Le Château : 11.8 km
Grand Village : 11.8 km
Grand-Village : 11.8 km
Pointe d' Arvert : 11.8 km
Pointe Espagnole : 11.8 km
Nieulle : 12 km
Piédemont : 12.1 km
Le Grand Ormeau : 12.5 km
Rochefort : 12.5 km
La-Gripperie-Saint-Symphorien : 12.7 km
Les Mathes : 12.9 km
Mornac : 12.9 km
Forêt Domaniale de Saint-Trojan : 13 km
Champagne : 13.7 km
Échillais : 13.9 km
Pointe de Surgéres : 13.9 km
Pointe de Piédemont : 13.9 km
La Charente Rivière : 14 km
Fort de Piédemont : 14 km
Port-des-Barques : 14 km
Le Port-des-Barques : 14 km
Charente : 14 km
Forêt Domaniale de la Coubre : 14 km
Forêt de la Coubre : 14 km
Soubise : 14.1 km
Martrou : 14.2 km
Martroux : 14.2 km
Saint-Nazaire : 14.3 km
Breuillet : 14.3 km
Plateau des Palles : 14.6 km
Forêt Domaniale de la Palmyre : 14.6 km
Le Passage : 14.7 km
Lupin : 14.7 km
Fort de Lupin : 14.7 km
Rochefort-sur-Mer : 14.8 km
Rochefort : 14.8 km
Côte Sauvage : 14.8 km
Côte d' Arvert : 14.8 km
Canal de Pont l'Abbé : 15 km
Le Gua : 15.1 km
Les Palles : 15.9 km
Île Madame : 15.9 km
Saint-Augustin-sur-Mer : 15.9 km
Saint-Augustin : 15.9 km
La Palmyre : 16.3 km
Pont-l'Abbé : 16.3 km
Trizay : 16.3 km
L'Éguille : 16.4 km
Sainte-Gemme : 16.4 km
Sainte-Radegonde : 16.5 km
Forêt Domaniale de Saint-Augustin-les-Mathes : 16.7 km
Forêt de Saint-Augustin : 16.7 km
Dolus : 16.9 km
Dulus : 16.9 km
Pointe d' Arceau : 16.9 km
Le Porterat : 17.2 km
Canal de Genouillé : 17.3 km
Plage de la Palmyre : 17.4 km
Embouchure de la Charente : 17.7 km
Fouras : 17.7 km
La Font : 17.7 km
Lafond : 17.7 km
Pointe de la Coubre : 17.7 km
Rade des Trousses : 17.8 km
Charras bar : 17.9 km
Charras : 17.9 km
Vergeroux : 17.9 km
Graves de Charras : 17.9 km
Les Allards : 18.1 km
Allards : 18.1 km
Saint-Laurent : 18.2 km
Nancras : 18.3 km
Le Charenton : 18.4 km
Plage de la Grande Côte : 18.4 km
Bonne Anse : 18.5 km
La Vieille Perrotine : 18.5 km
Charras : 18.6 km
Saint-Sulpice : 18.6 km
Passage du Sud : 18.8 km
Roches du Sud-Est : 19 km
Saint-Sulpice : 19.1 km
Pointe de la Pérotine : 19.2 km
Pointe de la Perrotine : 19.2 km
Saint-Hippolyte : 19.2 km
Pointe de l' Aiguille : 19.5 km
Barre a l' Anglais : 19.5 km
Fort de l' Aiguille : 19.5 km
La Palud : 19.5 km
Puyraveau : 19.5 km
Fort d' Enet : 19.6 km
Fort d' Énette : 19.6 km
Banc de la Rade : 19.8 km
Le Concie : 19.9 km
Boyard-Ville : 19.9 km
La Vallée : 20 km
Vaux : 20.1 km
Pointe de Terre-Nègre : 20.1 km
Île d' Oléron : 20.1 km
Le Demi Banc : 20.1 km
Breuil-Magné : 20.2 km
Sablonceaux : 20.3 km
Pointe Sainte-Catherine : 20.3 km
Rade de l' Île d'Aix : 20.3 km
Fosse d' Enet : 20.4 km
Tonnay-Charente : 20.5 km
Conche de Saint-Palais : 20.6 km
Beurlay : 20.7 km
Baie de Nauzan : 21 km
Passage de l' Ouest : 21.1 km
Anse de Fouras : 21.4 km
Saint-Palais : 21.4 km
Pointe des Saumonards : 21.4 km
Conche du Conseil : 21.4 km
Cabarrot : 21.5 km
Cabariot : 21.5 km
Pointe d' Yves : 21.6 km
Yves : 21.6 km
Fort Boyard : 21.7 km
Le Boyard : 21.7 km
Pointe de Coudepont : 21.8 km
Île d'Aix : 21.8 km
Médis : 21.9 km
Royan : 21.9 km
Banc de Montrevel : 21.9 km
Conche de Saint-Sordolin : 21.9 km
Le Grand Fauchon : 22 km
Île d' Aix : 22.1 km
Anse du Saillant : 22.1 km
Fort Liédot : 22.1 km
Fort Liédo : 22.1 km
Pontaillac : 22.1 km
Le Rivaud Ruisseau : 22.2 km
Grande Passe de l'Ouest : 22.2 km
La Nouette : 22.2 km
Saint-Pierre : 22.2 km
Conche de Gilet : 22.3 km
Loire : 22.3 km
Saujon : 22.4 km
Conche de Pontaillac : 22.4 km
Banc de la Mauvaise : 22.5 km
La Mauvaise : 22.5 km
Balanzac : 22.6 km
Conche du Pigeonnier : 23 km
Pointe Sainte-Eulard : 23 km
Corme-Royal : 23.1 km
Conche du Chay : 23.2 km
Romegoux : 23.2 km
Le Cornard : 23.3 km
Pointe du Chay : 23.4 km
Pointe du Rocher : 23.5 km
Conche de Foncillon : 23.5 km
Saint-Romain : 23.5 km
La Cotinière : 23.6 km
Fort de Royan : 23.7 km
Boutonne : 23.8 km
La Boutonne Rivière : 23.8 km
Rade de Royan : 23.8 km
Rade des Basques : 23.9 km
Grande Conche : 24 km
Saint-Porchaire : 24.1 km

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