F.A.Q.

Do you have a question? Please don't hesitate to contact us by email or telephone.

We've nevertheless tried to compact some useful and essential information for your stay.

You can also consult our General Terms and Conditions of Sale.

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MANAGE YOUR RESERVATIONS

Make a reservation :

You can book your stay directly on our website. For special requests, please contact us by e-mail at bonjour@lieudit-nantes.com

Can I get a refund if I cancel a booking?

If you wish to cancel your reservation, please contact us by e-mail at bonjour@lieudit-nantes.com.

Can I change my reservation?

Your booking can be changed at any time. And if you have booked a non-cancellable, non-refundable rate, we will offer you a reschedule.

MY STAY

‍Am I allowed topee in the shower?

YES! This will save us 6 to 10 liters of drinking water!

What time do you check in and out?

Check-in is from 2pm and check-out until 11am.

What happens if I arrive late?

We are open 24 hours a day

Can you check out after 12 noon?

Yes, it's possible to keep your room longer on request, at an extra charge and subject to availability. For further information, please contact reception the day before or the morning of your departure.

How much does breakfast cost?

11 € for adults, 5 € for children aged 5 to 12, free for children.

WHY TOMORROW?

Why TOMORROW?

TOMORROW is an ode to optimism, as we reach a certain age when it seems easy to think that things were better before. But tomorrow will be wonderful, if we decide that it will be.

In 2014, the Optimist League delivered 10 reasons to be optimistic, here they are:

1/ It makes you want to get up in the morning. Starting the day with "Yippee! It's better than grumbling instead: "Grgngngngn... Let me hibernate alone without the dark for at least 20 years".

2/ Optimists are healthier. In 2009, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh showed that a positive outlook on life reduced the risk of cardiovascular disease by 10% in women aged 50 to 79.

3/ We'd rather see the glass half full than half empty. We'd rather be rich and healthy than poor and sick, wouldn't we? So why not do the same with our way of seeing the world, preferring life in pink to life in grey? The choice is quickly made...

4/ Optimists use hard times as springboards. The great thing about optimists is that when something bad happens to them, rather than moaning about it, they take a couple of minutes, learn from it, and off they go, Simone! And that's better than going round in circles in quicksand!

5/ We love them. Yes, between a drink with Ginette, who whines about this rotten world and her fatal misfortune, and Mauricette, who boosts us better than an ACE cocktail, the choice is a quick one.

6/ They're builders. Rather than miss out on opportunities through fear, they prefer to dare and move forward, even if it means making mistakes and learning from them later. After all, they're familiar with the Lotto saying that "100% of winners have already played". And even if our projects seem crazy, if we believe in them, we can succeed! Christopher Columbus, Neil Armstrong (the first man on the moon) and Joseph Cugnot (the inventor of the car) can testify to this. Never hesitate to set your sights on the moon!

7/ Optimists are more beautiful. Yep, a big smile framed by rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes is much more harmonious than an old hag's face. So smile up!

8/ Optimists are happy. Believing in something already makes us happier. So it's even nicer to see it come to fruition. Especially since, as Dr. Coué teaches us, if we keep telling ourselves we can do something, it's much more likely to happen. So, we've got the win and then "champagne"!

9/ They are truly wise. They've understood that happiness is a muscle that needs to be worked, that happiness isn't a goal to be reached but a road to follow, that you can't expect everything from others, that you have to get off your butt to move forward, that you have to dare to be yourself, that you don't have to listen to others all the time, that you have to be grateful for what you already have, and so on. And that's a lot of integrated lessons! Hats off to you!

10/ Optimists are superheroes. Faster than a cold, they transmit their enthusiasm to all those around them, boosting their morale and motivation, and perhaps one day inspiring them to do great things...

Bonus: being pessimistic is absurd. 1/ We don't have a crystal ball to read the future, 2/ Every day is a new day, 3/ A hard blow can have positive consequences, 4/ So being pessimistic is hurting yourself for nothing, 5/ We don't want to hurt for nothing, 6/ Besides, we prefer to avoid hurting altogether, 7/ So more than ever, we're positive!

IS IT TRUE WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT NANTES?

Nantes :

  • its music scene
  • his works of art
  • its many restaurants of talented young chefs
  • its proximity to the ocean
  • its even closer proximity to the vineyards
  • his youth
  • its open-mindedness
  • and so much more!

If that's what you've heard about Nantes, it's true. The opposite is what we call "Nantes bashing": useless, exaggerated, manipulated and biased!