Bordeaux features many hotels that will fit every budget and desired experience. A part of a Bordeaux tour, hotel arrangements tailored to the needs and desires of each guest can be made.
Some of the top hotels recommended include the InterContinental Bordeaux – Le Grand Hôtel, a luxe hotel with nostalgic French decor and UNESCO World Heritage architecture. Equally luxurious is Grande Maison de Bernard Magrez which welcomes guests into a private 19th century mansion where they can discover the art of great wines. Additional 5-star properties include Les Sources de Caudalie, an enchanting getaway offering unique spa treatments, and Hôtel Burdigala MGallery Collection, with its elegant atmosphere that embodies the art-de-vivre of Bordeaux.
Professionals offering Bordeaux guided tours can also recommend additional accommodations for those guests looking to stay within Bordeaux’s bustling city center and the charming villages that surround the region. These include Best Western Plus Hotel Bayonne Etche Ona, Château Cordeillan Bages, Hôtel de Sèze & Spa, Hôtel Saint-James, Hôtel Mercure Bordeaux Lac, Hôtel Pullman Bordeaux Lac, Le Boutique Hôtel Bordeaux, Le Relais de Margaux, Mercure Bordeaux Centre, Mercure Bordeaux Château Chartrons, Mercure Bordeaux Cité Mondiale Centre Ville, Novotel Bordeaux Lac, See'ko Hôtel Design Bordeaux, Quality Suites Bordeaux Aéroport & Spa, and Village du Lac. Each hotel will be selected based on guests’ preference of experiences, amenities and location.
Bordeaux offers accommodations that are suitable for every guest and reservations are also recommended at Ibis Bordeaux Centre Mériadeck, Le Pavillon du Château Raba, Quality Hôtel Bordeaux Centre, or Appart Hôtel Mer & Golf City Bordeaux Lac – Bruges.
A stay at any of these fine properties will yield a memorable and pleasant experience, but each offer varying locations and unique amenities that are best enjoyed when hand-selected as part of the booking of a Bordeaux multi-lingual tour.