At short(ish) notice, we needed a place to stay in Bordeaux, for a family wedding. Four kids aged 20, 18, 16 and 11. Mum and dad (early 40's), ok, mid 40's. Aunt and uncle mid 50's, grandma, late 60's. We found this place by chance. It's a cracker. We were so lucky!
We rented two suites, one double and the flat. The double was ok, disappointing view, the suites looked over the street, as did the flat. The decor and architecture are lovely, making for a relaxed and comfortable stay. The flat is self contained, over the road from the main building. Out of hours access is via keypad security. Rooms allocated by a notice on a lectern in the hallway. Really nice touches to let you know you aren't in one of the chain places.Good location for strolling. Was lucky to park directly outside. One way, cobbled street. I had hired a 9 seat mini bus - the worst type of car for these tight, twisty roads. After an altercation with le flics and a French Chav in a Saxo, I was ready for a drink. Remi was a great help, hospitable and friendly. A little noisy overnight with pedestrians and city noise, but overall a joy. Lovely
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Charming decorated guesthouse in the centre of Bordeaux. In an 18th-century house near all major places of interest. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Une Chambre En Ville Hotel Bordeaux