Radisson Blu Hotel, Nantes

Nantes Hotel
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ChainRadisson Hotel Group
Radisson Blu
Total meeting space1,000 sq. m
Guest rooms142
6 Place Aristide Briand
Nantes 44000

Radisson Blu Hotel, Nantes

Nantes Hotel
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2017 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner


Room features and guest services

  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (Urban)


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference

Recreational activities

  • Health club

Venue accessible by

  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Loading dock
  • Piano

Photo gallery

Meeting space

Total meeting space1,000 sq. m
Meeting rooms9
Largest room140 sq. m
Second largest room76 sq. m
Exhibit space140 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms142
Single (One bed)35
Double (Two beds)142



Local Attractions


7 minutes away
The Museum of Fine Arts was created in 1801 by Napoleon Bonaparte. It has been endowed with about forty paintings of the State from the reserves of the Museum Central (the present museum of the Louvre), which made it possible to constitute the first collection of the collections of the museum. After six years of closure, the Museum of Fine Arts has been transformed into a modern and welcoming open-air museum. This new setting combines the architecture of yesterday and today truly reflects the collections of the museum where past and present subtly dialogue with the galleries. It now offers 30% more exhibition space and invites you to discover the Cube, a new building entirely dedicated to contemporary art.
10 Rue Georges Clemenceau
Nantes, FR 44000

Château des Ducs de Bretagne

Historical landmark
1 km away
The Chateau des Ducs de Bretagne is one of the most striking buildings in France and the site of many of the region's most momentous events. Formerly the castle of the Dukes of Brittany, the fortress attracts thousands of tourists each year due to its rich cultural past as the site of the signing of the Edict of Nantes. Exploring Chateau des Ducs de Bretagne This castle of the Dukes of Brittany was constructed between the 15th and 17th centuries and was a symbol of Breton independence and power. Visitors to the Chateau des Ducs de Bretagne can learn about the castle's distinctive history and the development of the Pays de la Loire region at the Nantes History Museum, which displays 850 local artefacts. The castle contains a range of multimedia displays, with tourists able to tour its exciting interior and bask in its impressive architecture. Visitors can also enjoy the stunning views of Nantes from the Chateau des Ducs de Bretagne's fortifications. With seven towers and huge stretches of sentry walls, walking the battlements are a fun way to view the picturesque city.
Château des ducs de Bretagne
4, place Marc Elder
Nantes, FR 44000


3 km away
The Musée Jules Verne details the work and tells the fascinating life story of one of France's most famous authors. Jules Verne is Nantes' most famous son, with the museum housed in a beautiful 19th century chateau that evokes the style and passion of the writer himself. Visiting the Musée Jules Verne Located next to the beautiful Loire River, the Musée Jules Verne displays various items owned by Jules Verne as well as beautifully constructed replicas of his inventions. The Jules Verne museum itself is split into eight sections, showing how his imagination grew from a young boy playing on the river to writing the masterpieces of 'Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea' and 'Around the World in Eighty Days'. Additionally the Musée Jules Verne has painstakingly recreated the writer's drawing room, helping holidaymakers to step inside the mind of one of France's literary icons. The museum also tells the story of Jules Verne in Nantes and how the city shaped his writing as well as housing interactive displays about how his work has been translated into film and TV.
3 Rue de l'Hermitage
Nantes, FR 44100

Les Machines de l’Île

5 minutes away
Pioneering and vibrant, Les Machines de l'île is a tourist attraction with a difference. Developed to showcase the artistic talents of the city's residents, this Machines of the Isle of Nantes blends together the city's industrial past with its creative future to produce something truly unique. Exploring Les Machines de l'île Created by designers François Delarozière and Pierre Orefice, Les Machines de l'île combines the imagination of Nantes writer Jules Verne with the mechanical genius of Leonardo da Vinci in a number of modern art projects. The most renowned piece of work at the Les Machines de l'île is The Great Elephant, a 12 metre tall movable robot. Tourists can clamber on board for a 45 minute trip around the site, enjoying the stunning views of the harbour region from this unique creation. Visitors to Les Machines de l'île can also experience the three levels of the The Marine Worlds Carrousel. This beautifully adorned family friendly ride allows holidaymakers to clamber inside and actively learn about the creatures of the ocean.
Parc des Chantiers
Boulevard Léon Bureau
Nantes, FR 44200

Shopping in Nantes - Passage Pommeraye

3 minutes away
Nantes is the largest city in the north west of France and has a range of shopping options to match this prestigious position. The Passage Pommeraye is hugely popular with visitors shopping in Nantes, with its impressive surroundings matching its magnificent stores. The 19th century shopping arcade consists of three levels of chic stores and fashionable outlets that have proved hugely successful for more than a century.
Rue de la Fosse
Nantes, FR 44000

La Cité, Nantes Events Center

Convention center
2 km away
La Cite, Nantes Events Center is the largest convention center in the city of Nantes. This is a must-see area of ​​the city, which receives all types of events for the general public and professionals. It is located in the city center of Nantes, and can host up to 4000 participants. The Radisson Blu Hotel, Nantes is the ideal hotel to stay during your events in La Cité. We are located only 15 minutes away.
La Cité Nantes Events Center
5, rue de Valmy
Nantes, FR 44041

Distance from airport

  • 10 km from venue


  • Street parking


Ideally located in the heart of Nantes, this former Neoclassical courthouse has been beautifully renovated by the famous architect Jean-Phillippe Nuel into an elegant 4-star hotel. The hotel is part of the cultural and artistic dynamics of the city, and each week we organize original and musical events to support this cultural energy. Our 142 elegant rooms and suites offer all the comfort needed for an unforgettable stay in Nantes. Guests enjoy elegant style and modern amenities such as mini bars and Free high-speed, wireless Internet. L'Assise restaurant, located in the former courtroom, offers authentic French cuisine. To complete this culinary journey, enjoy a drink at the bar Le Préambule, which is dotted with the graceful columns of the Palais de Justice. When you’re not out seeing the sights of Nantes, take advantage of our fitness center. We also offer 7 meeting spaces and an atrium that can host up to 250 people banquet-style or 300 people for cocktails when combined with L'Assise restaurant. Our hotel restaurant, L’Assise, can be booked for a private event. This old courtroom can host up to 150 people in theater setup and 180 people for cocktails. The hotel's interior design combines traditional elements with contemporary, modern style and maintains many former features of the Court of Justice building, giving guests a glimpse into the building’s past. This hotel offers flexible conference rooms in Nantes for a variety of events. These six elegant meeting rooms range in size from 37 square metres to 76 square metres and can accommodate up to 80 guests.


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