France: the Royal Emeraude hotel joins the MGallery collection
The Royal Émeraude hotel has joined the MGallery collection. The hotel, formerly Mercure, with 47 one-of-a-kind rooms is located just a few minutes from Écluse beach.
From the first glance, the building’s boat-shaped architecture gives the hotel unusual character. The interior features a contemporary décor and noble materials that blend perfectly with state-of-the-art technological equipment.
In the centre of Dinard, the Royal Émeraude hotel is an invitation to travel, which serves as the theme developed on each floor and is reflected in the materials, colours and objects. In the rooms, travelogues retrace the story of Dinard during the Roaring Twenties and paint portraits of the men and women who made stopovers at the hotel.
The “Darling” bar, situated beneath a huge glass ceiling, is an ideal spot for relaxation. At tea time, guests can taste cream tea, one of the 21 teas on the menu, served in a rocking teapot, with cream made from salted butter and scones. A blend of British and Breton traditions, in perfect symbiosis with the hotel, the new place of choice in the MGallery collection.