On the agenda : walks around the old part of Bordeaux, visiting museums, shopping in the most luxurious boutiques, boat trips on the Garonne, exploring the vineyards...
After Paris, Bordeaux is second in position for the town with the most listed monuments ! The hotel is ideally located for exploring this beautiful city which is a listed town of art and history.
Saint Andre Cathedral, a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, was blessed by Pope Urbain II in 1096. It was redesigned in a Gothic style from the 12th to 16th centuries. The cathedral is open to the public for tours everyday except Monday morning.
Pey Berland Tower
Pey Berland Tower (15th century) is the belfry for Saint André cathedral. It is also a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. After climbing the 231 steps to reach the top of the tower you can admire the breathtaking view over Bordeaux.
This archiepiscopal palace, a symbol of the grandeur and power of the Archbishops of Bordeaux in the 18th century, became the imperial palace of Napoleon in 1808, then in 1835, the "hotel de ville" (town hall).
Place de la Bourse
Once known as Place Royale of Bordeaux, Place de la Bourse dates back to the 18th century. This square is the most magnificent example of neoclassical architecture which epitomizes the elegance of 18th century design. The reflecting pool is the largest in the world covering 3 450 m².
Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux
With its beautiful Neoclassic style façade, the Grand Théâtre is the pride of the inhabitants of Bordeaux. Designed by the architect Victor Louis and officially opened in 1780, the Grand Théâtre is today the national opera's HQ (opera season and performances of the Opera Ballet).
The 5 must-visit musemus in Bordeaux
Bordeaux is home to 11 museums devoted to art and the history of the region. We have selected 5 museums that you must visit during your stay in Bordeaux : CAPC museum of contemporary art, fine arts museum, natural history museum, "city du Vin" and museum of Aquitaine.
Bordeaux wine route
In Gironde, all roads lead to a vineyard ! The hotel is the ideal base from which to discover the wine route, less than an hour from the different wine growing regions.
Saint-Emilion and its vineyard, listed by UNESCO, Pauillac, Pétrus, Pomerol, Fronsac, Mouton Rothschild, Laffite-Rothschild, Latour, Margaux and Sauternes-Barsac, the birthplace of vineyards in Bordeaux. Bordeaux vineyards have a worldwide reputation. There are no less than 57 renowned appellations.