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A family business with soul...

For more than a century, four generations of the same family have welcomed guests from the worlds of the arts, business and politics including Raymond Poincaré, François Mitterrand, Jacques Chirac, Nicolas Hulot, Hugues Aufray, Vanessa Paradis, Nicolas Canteloup and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi.


But above all, LeCoq-Gadby is for the people of Rennes

A sought-after venue for private stays and business meetings, the hotel has always kept pace with change to remain at the forefront of contemporary style.

Here are a few important dates in the history of LeCoq-Gadby which illustrate how it has evolved through time for the well-being of its guests, including yourself…

In 2000, LeCoq-Gadby opened the Armor Arcoat Spa, the first spa hotel in Brittany.

In 2005, LeCoq-Gadby created the Festival des Coquecigrues which enlivens the city centre on Sundays in winter.

In 2007, La Coquerie restaurant was awarded its first Michelin star; Marc Tizon was followed by Pierre Legrand and his “healthy and functional” cuisine, whereas Julien Lemarié, who joined LeCoq-Gadby in 2012, offers a cuisine which showcases quality local produce and flavours from around the globe.


In 2007, the « Is B » range of beauty products was created to highlight the cosmetic virtues of cider apples in the first ‘sustainable’ range of beauty products.

In 2008, the contemporary hotel, designed according to the 14 criteria of the HQE was opened with 14 different rooms and suites.

In 2009, the establishment was the first 4-star hotel in Franceto be awarded the European ECOLABEL.

In 2008, LeCoq-Gadby opened the first Spa designed according to sustainable development principles, to benefit nature conservation and everyone’s health.

In 2012, Julien Lemarié arrived, bringing with him the spirit of Asia to enhance the flavours of our regional produce along with a few new ones such as Myabi Gyu.


A warm welcome from all of the team.

Véronique Brégeon Valeau