Once you've planned your itinerary, you'll need to decide where to stay in Bordeaux. If budget lodging in Bordeaux is your priority, you're in luck. The possibilities are many, but the most abundant lodging options are the Bordeaux hotels. You'll find hotels of all types and for all ages, from comfortable and unpretentious to classy and luxurious, with all the mod cons...swimming pools, exercise facilities, restaurants, concierge service, and tours.
If you're looking beyond the hotels in Bordeaux, other options are pensions or hostels, most of which are affordable and in good condition. One important thing when choosing your Bordeaux accommodations is that the hotel or hostel be well located. In terms of public transport, the tram is the most widely used mode in the city. There is also bus service and bicycle use is widespread; and there is a public supply of 1545 bikes available for use.
Here on minube, you will find all types of Bordeaux lodging to suit you because, although it is not too large a city, it deserves at least a few days to see it thoroughly, especially if you are traveling to nearby areas such as the Dune du Pilat, one of France's natural wonders. Look for our Bordeaux hotel deals and compare the prices of many different places to stay in Bordeaux to ensure your trip is perfect.
The Regent Grand Hotel is an up-market hotel which is conveniently located on the Place de la Comédie de Bordeaux in the city center and close to the Opera. Majestic and very stylish, this 5-star hotel with 150 rooms was designed by the renowned French designer Jacques Garcia, and it´s spectacular.
The Hotel du Pheasant is located in front of the train station of Bordeaux Saint Jean. The neighbourhood was renovated a few years ago, and now a tram will take you straight to the city centre. The hotel has 62 rooms with private bathrooms and flat screen TVs. There's a 24 hour reception, and a reception room for 20 people. There are a few restaurants nearby, but it's better to eat in the city centre. The rooms are double, triple, or four person, and cost 66 euros double, 78 three, and 91 euros for 4 people. Breakfast is a buffet, it costs 7.50 euros per person. There are special rates for groups and companies
Hotel Gambetta is located on Dijeaux Porte Street, a shopping street in the center of Bordeaux. Just a few steps away you have the theater square, cinemas and museums. It´s a pleasant place as most of the surrounding streets are pedestrian. The rooms are not very big, there are a total of 31, but they have a spotless modern decor, flat screen TV and a private bathroom. There is access to high speed internet. Breakfast is served downstairs until 10, 11 at weekends, and costs 7 euros per person. A double room costs 70 euros, a single room costs 60 per night. You have to park in the public parking Gambetta and then walk to the hotel. There is 24-hour reception.
The Bordeaux Seze hotel is conveniently located in the city center, behind the big theater. You can visit the city on foot, and there is also a tram line that passes in front of the hotel. The hotel is connected to the Royal Medoc and they offer common services. The lounges are shared, in an old building made of stone, with classical decoration from the eighteenth century. The rooms have a private bathroom with a shower or bath, TV and internet. Some have air conditioning. A single room costs from 53 euros, 58-68 for a double and 90 for a triple. Prices are very reasonable for a good location.
Hotel California II is located in front of the train station Saint Jean. AL side, the tram takes you to the heart of the city in 10 minutes. California Hotels number two hotels in total, this is number 2, with 37 rooms complete with bath or shower and internet access. Below is a restaurant, but downtown is preferable. A double room costs 65 euros per night, triple 80 and breakfast is at 8 euros per person. Rent the conference room for 130 euros a day. A beautiful historic building with pleasant decor.
This hotel Royal Saint Jean belongs to the Best Western chain. It is located opposite the Saint Jean train station, and you can get to the city center by tram in 10 minutes. It´s a five minute walk away from the Garonne river. It is a historical building from the XVIII century, which was renovated as a hotel. This hotel has three stars, and a total of 37 rooms, renovated and air conditioned. The wifi is included in the price. The price starts at 77 euros per night for a double room. If you do not want breakfast, it costs 12 euros per person, which seems quite expensive, but there a couple of cafes nearby where you can eat. The rooms are very cozy and nice.
The Porte Dijeaux hotel was recently renovated and offers rooms which are always different, each with a unique decor. The rooms are quite large, with private bathroom, sound proof, television and wireless internet. The cost of a single room starts at 60 euros, a double is 70 euros. You have to add a little onto the price during the summer months and during city events. Adjacent is the Porte Dijeaux, the starting point of the business side of Bordeaux. Whether you are going for sightseeing or for business, it´s a good place, convenient for public transport and taxis. They have a second hotel, called the Petit Dijeaux. If the first is full they will send you there. They are similar in price and quality. There are a total of 26 rooms.
As a place to sty in Bordeaux, Hotel Ariane is centrally located and not too expensive. Gambetta Square is right next to it, and it´s well connected to the public transport network. They have a private car park, you pay for it but it is very convenient because it is difficult to find a place to park in the neighborhood. There are 15 rooms, most are overlooking a quiet courtyard behind the hotel. There are rooms for three or four people and for families. The rooms are non-smoking, with no cable TV, and all of them have private bathrooms. Depending on the level of comfort, it costs between 43 and 50 euros per night, breakfast costs 5 euros per person. In the neighborhood there are several restaurants where you can eat.
This Gambetta Square hotel is conveniently located in the commercial heart of Bordeaux. A tram line passes close to take you to the medieval neighbourhoods of the city. The Clemenceau is a small two star hotel, housed in a historic building from the eighteenth century. Nearby, there are many pedestrian streets with lots of shops and good restaurants. The Regent, for example, is opposite. There are 44 rooms equipped with a bath or shower, television, and the decor is neutral. Wireless internet access is included in the price. The price of a single room starts at 30 euros, 40 euros for two, 65 euros for three and 80 for four. Some rooms are old, some of the renewed rooms are a little more expensive. Breakfast costs EUR 7 per person, and they also prepare lunches and dinner.
The Aquitain is a 2-star hotel 5 minutes walk from Gare Saint Jean in Bordeaux. It's not my favorite neighborhood but in 10 minutes trams take you to the heart of the city. There aren't many choices to eat at night near the hotel and the station restaurants close around 8 pm. The Aquitain is a nice hotel in a quiet street with modern decor, the room décor is unique and different in each room. There's wireless internet and free parking nearby. For professionals there is a meeting room for 20 people. A double room is 60-65 euros and a triple 70-80 euros/night. Rooms have a private bathroom, flat screen TV and overlook a garden.
The Normandie hotel is located behind Quinconces Square, in the part of Bordeaux that was built in the eighteenth century. Some of the rooms are overlooking the square, and to get around the city, you can catch the tram. But most of the points of interest are within walking distance. It is a three star hotel, with modern rooms, without charm but spacious. An average room costs from 90 euros, the top luxury 150 and 200 euros per night. Breakfast is expensive at 15 euros per person. Getting Started organize events in their various rooms.
The Continental Hotel is located in Montesquieu, in the center of the "golden triangle" of the city. The surrounding streets are pedestrian, like the hotel, and it´s a quiet place at night because you're in a rather commercial area, with many luxury shops. Near the Place Gambetta there are a couple of good restaurants where you can eat. If you book your room online, you are offered a welcome drink, wireless internet, breakfast and also a picnic to take when visiting the city. Prices of a single room are between 78 and 89 euros depending on the level of comfort, a double room costs between 85 and 104 euros per night, and a family room costs 190 euros. The rooms are classically decorated and offer a nice view over the city, some have a balcony. The family room has a small lounge and a panoramic terrace.
The Majestic Hotel de Bordeaux is behind the large theater, in a most beautiful and accessible city - the tram takes you everywhere and not far away are the pedestrian shopping areas of Bordeaux. It's a 3-star hotel with 47 rooms in an eighteenth century building. The recently renovated rooms are large, with wifi, TV, minibar, private bathroom and simple decor. Double rooms cost 130 euros/night and triples are 150 euros. Breakfast is at hand and costs 9 euros. The hotel offers several services to help you with your stay, like washing clothes, room service, safe and private parking for 10 euros/day.
The Ibis is part of Accor. It is a basic two star hotel with rooms that are all the same. The room has a private bathroom, a double bed and children can stay without charge. The Ibis station is next to the train station of Saint Jean, in a neighborhood that is being renovated and improved. Next to have a tram that will take you to the city center. The Ibis is next to the river, with beautiful views. Below is a restaurant, but I recommend you go out to try the delicious cuisine of the region into a nicer neighborhood. There are 80 rooms around 80 euros per night, less if booked in advance. Includes wifi.
This hotel is similar to the formula 1 hotels, a cheap and convenient place if you are coming from the motorway and do not want to be hanging around in the center looking for a hotel. I recommend it for example if you go on holiday by car to Paris and do not want to stop in Bordeaux apart from to sleep. But it is nice to be in the center. It costs between 44 and 59 euros per night for 1-4 people. Some of the rooms were smoking and still smelled of smoke. The bathroom is small but towels and soap are provided. There is a TV and free wifi in the rooms. You can book a room with 4 single beds, handy for a group of friends and no more expensive than a guesthouse in the center. Parking is secure.
The Inn is located behind the Bordeaux train station, not far from the river either. It is a 89-room hotel, about 80 euros per night. Bordeaux city center is not far away and you can enjoy the tranquility of the neighborhood. Modern rooms with private bathroom, tea and coffee and wireless internet access. Three of them are accessible by wheelchair. You can order a bed for children without charge. There is a restaurant serving traditional French cuisine, open only two hours to three hours for lunch and dinner, closing at 10 pm. Around are some other eating options. There is a fitness centre but you have to pay extra.
Located a minute's walk from the famous Cours de l'Intendance, l'Hotel Gambetta is a historical monument built in the eighteenth century. A stone building houses a comfortable hotel, with traditional decor. Around there are plenty of shops, theaters, cinemas and restaurants. Museums are almost all very close. Internet in the rooms, a TV, telephone ... Prices start at 78 euros for one with a shower, 120 euros for two with shower, and up to 160 euros for a room with bathroom. Breakfast costs 12 euros. Children have to pay if they stay with parents. Pets are allowed.
The Hotel Alienor is located in the Golden Triangle of Bordeaux, just a few minutes walk away from the Place Gambetta and the Dijeaux gate. You can shop, visit museums and the main tourist attractions, everything is within walking distance. It is a hotel that is in an old building, offering comfortable rooms with a private bathroom. It costs 80 euros per night for a double room. Breakfast is not included. For dinner, there are several very nice restaurants in the neighborhood.
This is very convenient if you're going to the centre of Bordeaux (about 14 minutes walk, in an area without any major attractions). A good hotel if you want to save some money on eating out, as there's a small kitchen inside the room. The studio is spacious and very clean, but the light in the room is affected by the colour of the exterior glazing (which is pink and green). The reception is open until 11pm, breakfast is not included in the price, and wi-fi is only available in lobby, while rooms have a cable connection. Located in front of the cemetery, across the street from the light rail that runs to the centre.
The Best Western Grand Hotel Francais has an ideal location, in a quiet street in the historic city of Bordeaux within walking distance of luxury shops, shopping centers, and restaurants. The hotel is an eighteenth century mansion that reflects the unique history of the city of Bordeaux. There are 27 classic rooms and 8 modern rooms which were completely renovated in early 2009. All the rooms have wi-fi.
Adagio City Aparthotel Bordeaux Gambetta is an establishment that is located in the beautiful city of Bordeaux in the French province of Aquitaine. The staff are very attentive and quick, and will go out of their way to help you throughout your stay.
The Hotel Ibis Bordeaux Centre offers just that, To live Bordeaux, on foot, or like many of the inhabitants, by bike. It is five minutes walk from one of the great places of interest of Bordeaux; the extension that houses the Museum of Fine Arts, Palais Rohan, and the impressive Cathedral of Saint Andre. A few minutes more and, you find the Garonne and the Pont de Pierre. To the left and right we can see everything during our visit.
Bordeaux is a flat city, so no effort is needed to walk. We liked the hotel's breakfast, surprising in both quality and quantity. The rooms are remodelled following the new chain style, although this renewal has been made more quickly than in Spain and here it wins. The size, for a couple, is perfect for a four-day break. Our room was on the last floor and the view, as you can see from the photos was magnificent. however, the air conditioner did not get cool enough, and parking is in little tight squares so try to arrive early. In any case, a quiet hotel, which gives easy access to anywhere in the old part of Bordeaux, with good breakfast, perfect for exploring the city.