Welcome at Les Embruns hotel

The hotel is in the very heart of La Chaume, the emblematic district of Les Sables d’Olonne. It is located parallel to the quays of the fishing port, second curtain. Calmness is guaranteed.

Les Embruns offers unique and comfortable rooms, secure parking, space for your bikes and a rich breakfast.


Our customers leave us unanimous opinions. They show great satisfaction. The quality of our welcome pleases. The originality and the cozy comfort of the hotel seduce. The strong identity of the district, alive, authentic, wins the vote.

View on the original fishing port of Les Sables d’Olonne

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Les Embruns hotel in Les Sables d’Olonne offers 21 rooms in the fishing port (La Chaume district). They are divided into 3 categories according to the beds.

Standard rooms: sleeping 140 × 190 (formerly “matelot” et “mousse” rooms)

Superior rooms: 160 × 200 bed (queen size, formerly “amiral” rooms)

Family rooms: two beds that can accommodate 3 or 4 people (formerly “trimaran” et “grand carré” rooms)

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Les Sables d’Olonne, the town.

The term “Olonne” in all likelihood derives from
the word “olona”, of Celtic origin, which designated a small hill, a knoll
emerging above the water.

The name Olona doubtless referred
at the time to the Île Vertime, this barrier beach terminated by
a rock on which the first houses were erected, which is now La Chaume.

A little history

While La Chaume had existed as a parish since the
11th century, the town of Les Sables originated in 1472 by the grace of
King Louis XI, who, discovering “the haven of Les Sables d’Olonne”, decided
to protect it by surrounding it with walls, thereby launching the development
of a new town. In the 18th century, Les Sables annexed La Chaume to form
a single municipality.

Les Sables lived through the centuries with the reputation
of a great fishing port (cod fishing in the 17th century, tuna and then
sardine fishing in the 20th century).

In the 19th century, the surge in sea bathing was
the occasion for extraordinary economic growth.

to the “History” pages from the Les Sables d’Olonne city site
(in french)

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La Chaume

La Chaume, a neighbourhood with character

La Chaume, today a neighbourhood of Les Sables d’Olonne, shelters its history in the little streets that wander across this old village of fishermen and market gardeners. La Chaume is actually the cradle of the city, since It was founded centuries before Les Sables. Originally, it was a rock on an island (Île Vertime) that was linked with the
mainland in the Middle Ages following deposits of clayey mud that filled the Olonne bay.
La Chaume remains largely separated from the seaside town by the port approach channel.

Relaxation and serenity

La Chaume is a quiet and peaceful stop, away from the frenetic rhythm of the “Remblai” An ideal place for a few days away from the bustle of big cities.