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Head to Dinard,

and the Villa Reine Hortense hotel

Our hotel welcomes you for the perfect stay by the sea in Dinard. Enjoy the art de vivre of this Belle Epoque villa that puts the Emerald Coast at your feet. In your room, in the loggia or on the terrace over the beach, you will be charmed by the magic and elegance of this historic building. Your hosts, Florence and Marc Benoist, will be delighted to show you its every secret!

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Our story

Once upon a time there was a Russian prince...

The Villa's story begins at the turn of the 20th century when Prince Nicolas Vlassov decided to build it as a tribute to Hortense de Beauharnais, Napoleon I's daughter-in-law.

A fervent admirer of Queen Hortense, the mysterious Russian Prince acquired furniture that once belonged to the woman who became the wife of Louis Bonaparte, the Emperor's younger brother and King of Holland, to decorate his new house: a silver-plated copper bathtub with balusters (still in working order in a bedroom on the 1st floor), bronze locks, decorative Versailles-style parquet...

The ghost of Queen Hortense, mother of Emperor Napoleon III, drifts happily around this seaside house where time seems to have stopped. The listed Villa was transformed into a charming hotel with every modern convenience, while retaining the memories that make this place so special.


  • Private parking space for each room
    (with parking space lock)
  • Room service
  • Luggage service
  • Concierge service
  • Laundry service
  • Newspapers available
  • Fax, photocopies
  • Baby-sitter on request
  • Courtesy Platter
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Flat screen TV
  • Lounge / Bar
  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Deck chairs
  • Beach towels
  • Garage (subject to availability)
  • Private access to the beach
  • Bikes available to hire
  • Picnic baskets on request (24h in advance)

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