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Lorient is a picturesque village located in north western France in the Brittany region. This quaint fishing and industrial port in intricately linked to WWII history. Let Hotels.com help plan a trip to discover the charms of Lorient. Hotels.com's user friendly website provides a range of Lorient hotels for every need. Hotels.com offers special prices to ensure you are getting the most for your hard earned money. Detailed hotel descriptions and previous guest ratings give you peace of mind when choosing the perfect Lorient accommodation. Provided photos of the hotel exterior, rooms, and facilities offer a clear picture of your residence in Lorient. Real time information on Lorient rooms and 24 hour access are available on the website. Important information such as: on site restaurants, Wifi availability, and parking can easily be found in the 'What you are Getting' section.
What's Lorient Like?
Lorient is settled on a vast natural harbor where the rivers Blavet and Scorff converge. Yacht gazing in the bay at sunset is lovely. The Ile de Groix, a craggy rocky island, is located approximately 5 miles from Lorient. The island has stunning views and beautiful beaches. Lorient is a contemporary town with many shops and boutiques to wander through. Extensive modern architecture can be found throughout the city, take special note of Grand Theatre and the art deco style Chamber of Commerce. The Eric Tabarly Sailing World (Cite de la Voile Eric Tabarly) should be on every sailing enthusiast list. This interactive museum pays homage to one of the greatest French sailors. One of the most popular attractions is the former German U-Boat submarine base. Now open to the public, it is sure to intrigue any history buff.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Lorient
Lorient, located in the Brittany region, is highly Celtic influenced. French is widely spoken as you would expect. Mouth watering seafood platters are an area speciality. Don't miss out on regional varieties of locally produced cider. Many restaurants have set operating hours. Lunch is served between 12pm and 2pm while dinner starts approximately 7pm. It may be hard to find a restaurant open for a late afternoon snack. Lorient is a gem in the Brittany region and should be taken at a leisurely pace. Fresh sea air and scenic coastlines are plentiful. Lorient has a mild climate and rarely gets below freezing or extremely warm in the summers. Average temperature in the summer is 72 degrees Fahrenheit. Hotels.com's wide selection of Lorient hotels give you many options. Whether it is a leisure or business trip, Hotels.com will make the planning process quick and easy.