Perhaps most famous for some of the world's best wine, Bordeaux is also crammed with centuries of history. The old town is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and some of the newer architecture is award-winning too. A holiday in one of our hotels in Bordeaux is perfect for those who like the finer things in life.
Located in the heart of the city, our collection of hotels in Bordeaux well help you get the most from your holiday. Many are housed in stunning 18th century buildings, just a short walk from the city's most popular attractions. A variety of 3 to 5* hotels, our collection offers something for many tastes and preferences.
Many of our hotels here offer a delicious breakfast, so after a leisurely start venture out to explore Bordeaux on foot. Alternatively, step out to a café and enjoy a traditional French breakfast. Much like the wine here, Bordeaux's food is exceptional.
The city's 'Pedestrian Centre' is home to Rue Sainte-Catherine, over a kilometre of shops, restaurants and cafés and the longest shopping street in Europe. Treat yourself to some local clothes, art and craftwork items.
Our hotels are also very conveniently located for more cultural attractions. The 11th century Cathédrale Saint-André de Bordeaux and the medieval Église Sainte-Croix are both worth a visit. And because the city's art galleries and museums (such as the Musée des Beaux Arts or the Musée d'Aquitaine) are so close to our hotels, you can always return for a second visit.
We love to visit the Miroir d'eau when staying in hotels in Bordeaux. Outside the town hall, and next to the river, this unique, beautiful feature creates a mirror from a pool of water 2 centimetres deep. It makes for an unforgettable sight.
We recommend walking around Les Quais, along the shores of the Garonne. Here you can see the remarkable Aquitaine Bridge (the largest in France) and visit the warship Colbert - Bordeaux's answer to HMS Belfast, and open all year round.
In the evening you are spoiled for choice. Our hotels in Bordeaux offer bed and breakfast service, so you can discover for yourself the superb cuisine you'd expect from one of the world's wine capitals. Try the vibrant nightlife in La Victoire or even take in some fantastic opera or ballet in the 18th century Grand Theatre. Then take the short walk back to our hotels for a great night's sleep, ready to start again the next day.