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The Inn Design hotel is a 2-star hotel which makes the ideal base for exploring all the attractions that Rochefort has to offer, whether you're staying in the town for just a couple of days or for a longer period.
Are you a business traveller? If so, the hotel offers a "soirée étape" deal! It includes accommodation, dinner (excluding drinks) and a self-service buffet breakfast. And to make your stay at the Rochefort hotel as comfortable as possible, we provide a full restaurant service including a buffet breakfast and lunch (booking required) as well as à la carte dinners.
Located just a minute away from the Bordeaux-La Rochelle motorway and 6 minutes by car from the town centre, the Inn Design hotel in Rochefort provides a range of quality services…
Private car park available
Animals are welcome (additional charge applies)
Whether you are staying as a family, with friends or as a single person, the Inn Design hotel offers well-equipped and comfortable rooms! Practical and modern, the rooms at the Inn Design hotel in Rochefort leave nothing to chance when it comes to your comfort: unlimited WiFi, bedding including a duvet, a desk worktop, and a private bathroom with a hairdryer... Everything you need to enjoy your stay in Rochefort!
Ensuite shower room
Flat screen TV
Come and enjoy a full breakfast with a wide variety of dishes in our welcoming and friendly restaurant! It's a continental buffet breakfast including pastries, fresh bread, hot drinks, fruit juices, lemonade, cereals, and organic yogurt... and there are many more dishes to choose from!
Weekdays : 6:30 to 9:30 a.m.
Weekends & public holidays : 7:30 to 12 noon
Take advantage of our "Box'Inn" breakfast – available throughout the week! Pick your breakfast up from reception in the morning. It contains 1 pastry and 1 hot drink, and it's a great way to start the day off wherever you want to!
L'Escale restaurant in Rochefort also provides a full restaurant service every weekday evening with a menu from the slate and homemade dishes of the day! Various set menus and specials are also offered.
Take time out in the L'Escale restaurant at the Inn Design hotel in Rochefort and savour the specialities of the Rochefort area!
Opening hours on weekdays : 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Weekend opening : only available if booked in advance for groups of 10 or more people
The Inn Design hotel at Rochefort provides a seminar room which is equipped with a paper-board, a screen, and a WiFi connection. The arrangement of the room can be altered according to your needs/preferences.
Rochefort has a wide variety of tourist attractions such as the Corderie Royale (Royal Ropery) and the National Maritime Museum. Or why not explore the Marais d'Yves and Marais de Moëze coastal nature reserves…
The views are endless and truly exhilarating. Yes, you've spotted the island of Fort Boyard in the distance through the telescope. Nearby are two other islands, Ile Aix and Ile Madame! It's time for an unforgettable boat trip! The forts are real strongholds made of stone, and their imposing silhouettes dominate the seaward approaches to Rochefort. A total of fourteen forts are strung out at strategic points – a reminder of their former role in providing protection for the town's naval base and dockyard.
The site of the Royale Ropery includes the Centre International de la Mer (International Sea Center). This has a permanent exhibition which explains the operation of what was Europe's longest manufacturing site in the 17th century, and there are also temporary exhibitions.
Discover this fortress in the heart of the marshes which was once a hub of the European salt trade. The village then became a military stronghold with impressive monuments. Used as a prison town during the French Revolution, Brouage then languished and was forgotten... The town was founded by Jacques de Pons in 1555 as a hub of the salt trade, and it quickly grew into one of the major ports on the Atlantic coast. Since 1989 it has been a "Grand Site National". Samuel de Champlain – the man who founded the city of Quebec in 1608 – was a famous sailor and a royal cartographer who was born in Brouage. During your visit you can find out about his travels and his life story.