Le Bristol Hotel
Le Touquet, France
Le Bristol Hotel overview
Hotel Bristol Le Touquet has been fully renovated since its heyday as a fashionable hostelry during the 1920’s. All of its original features have been faithfully preserved and each of the 52 rooms contain private baths, direct dial telephones and satellite televisions as a standard. All of the rooms onsite are split into family, pompon junior and godon junior suites, and economic, standard, superior and executive type rooms. This is to ensure that anyone who stays here can be sufficiently catered for.
Restaurant & Bars
For a hard earned evening drink then the hotel lounge is a suitable place to relax by an open and peaceful fireplace. Alternatively, the Ascot Bar is located right around the corner and offers a great choice of drinks and live music. Prior to golf, the Le Bristol Hotel has a strong emphasis on breakfast so you will never find yourself hungry on the course.
If golf is not enough for you, then why not try your luck at horse riding, kitesurfing, sand yachting or sailing. Failing that, discover the rich heritage that Le Touquet has to offer such as the Canche Lighthouse, Town Hall and seaside architecture, or visit the stunning forest for which there is plenty to do.
Golf courses near to Le Bristol Hotel
Belle Dune Golf Course in Pas de Calais is widely recognised as one of the finest links-style golf courses in France and compares favourably with many of the great seaside layouts in the UK and Ireland.
The golf course is a stunning 6726 yard, par-72 with outstanding views out across the channel to the White Cliffs of Dover. This is a pedigree golf course which has hosted many international and regional tournaments.
La Mer Course
The 6275 yards, par-72 golf course laid out amongst undulating dunes with tricky winds is ranked as one of the top 100 golf courses in Europe and will require accurate approach shots throughout your round.
La Foret Course
La Foret is set amongst the picturesque surroundings of a 100-year-old pine forest. The course is sheltered from the coastal winds, providing a tranquil atmosphere where visitors can focus purely on the stunning golf course in front of them.
Les Pins Course
Ranked as one of the top 100 golf courses in Europe, this popular 18-hole golf course was built in 1934 by the famous British architect, Tom Simpson. The fairways are lined with magnificent trees that were once part of the ancient forest.
Book your break at Le Bristol Hotel
"Most popular hotel in Le Touquet by a long way due to its very fair pricing and amenities. One of the few hotels in Le Touquet with its own bar. A good mixture of cheaper un-renovated rooms and modern renovated rooms."
Senior European Travel Consultant