In Dinard, aristocratic villas rub shoulders with rich British cottages from the end of the XNUMXth century, while white and blue striped tents brighten up the Breton beaches.

In this landscape, the Royal Émeraude stands out as a benchmark for the Dinard art of living in the heart of an emblematic resort.

The mythical Belle Époque style of the building is reflected inside the place in so British furniture made of leather armchairs, padding and tapestries in warm colors. Each floor of the establishment has its own identity in order to enjoy a stay with character. 

On the first level, the stacked trunks and the Starbay furniture embark the holidays on a journey in the style of a colonial liner. For a more intimate stay, head to the second floor and its Orient Express cabin-style rooms.

The top floor pays homage to the aviator Roland Garros and features industrial steel furniture.


Visuals ©: David Emmanuel Cohen, Yann Richard


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