The oldest hotel in town
Built in 1607, generations of Laval residents have known it under the names of the Grand Dauphin or, more recently, the Hôtel du Zeff. By calling it “Auberge des Remparts”, Nicolas Cribier has addded his historical page to the story. “I opened in 2004 but it took me a few years to make the hotel look exactly like I wanted to for my customers.”
Furniture, trinkets, utensils and appliances from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, books and collections, all presented with taste and imagination. Everything is unexpected, but each object has found its place. In the reception area, in the living room, in the unusual and unique atmosphere of each room, the atmosphere makes you feel good, at home, somewhere you’d like to stay.