Like any other highly sought-after tourist spot, Bordeaux offers a variety of accommodation options to cater to a wide scope of visitor budgets and preferences. From grand boutique hotels to more intimate bed and breakfasts options, Bordeaux has it all.
In the heart of the old city, hotels tend to be quite pricey. However, being in a central location is a worth the splurge, as it allows you to be right in the midst of the thriving city center, with the many shops, cafes and historical attractions all in walking distance from your place.
Bordeaux epitomizes French chic, so why not surrender to the ambiance and treat yourself to a bit of luxury accommodation. Thee most sleek and stylish hotels are to be found in the elegant part of town known as Les Grands Hommes.
For those of you who would prefer to spend your extra Euros on a bottle of red rather than a luxury suite, there are a number of relatively inexpensive and comfortable family run hotels still located in the heart of the city. The charming quartier of St Pierre is the best place to find these more midrange options, the hotel Quality on Rue du Parliament being a very popular choice. Staying in a hotel in this area puts you in the midst of all the best bars and restaurants that, come evening, makes it by far be best area to be sleeping in. For business trips, or for those visitors looking for a more modern room, Bordeaux has a number of hotels that although can be more generic, offer good facilities and alert staff. The area of Mériadeck is Bordeaux's business capital, where hotels are designed to provide a convenient stay. The Bordeaux Ibis offers air-conditioned rooms, bilingual staff and meeting rooms for seminars and conferences.
27 rue du Parlement Sainte Catherine
115 Rue Georges Bonnac
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Avenue Jean Gabriel Domergue
3 Rue Lafaurie De Monbadon