Best luxury hotels in Bordeaux 2021


Better known as France’s premier wine region, Bordeaux also offers beautiful Gothic and Beaux-Arts architecture, museums and mansions (it follows Paris as the city with the most listed or registered monuments in the country). It is also a port city – the Garonne runs through the center – with an excellent gastronomic offer and a lively nightlife. We recommend visiting between May and November if you want to visit the vineyards – go in September to catch the harvest time. But with so much to see and do, Bordeaux makes for a stylish city break any time of the year.

The Sources of Caudalie

Treat yourself to a five-star spa vacation at Sources De Caudalie. Located next to a peaceful lake, you will feel like you have arrived in the countryside, but it will only take you 20 minutes by taxi to get to the city center. The hotel’s ‘vinotherapy’ treatment menu was inspired by products from the region and there are indoor and outdoor pools. Additional outdoor amenities include a tennis court, a 3-hole pitch and putt golf course and free bicycle rental to explore the surrounding vineyards of Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte. The building is grand, but it was designed using materials salvaged from local farms. And, associated with its own vegetable garden, Les Sources De Caudalie has an excellent carbon footprint.

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Villas Foch

Located 5 km from the center, the Villas Foch are made up of two mansions from the 17th and 18th centuries. Although the building is old, the hotel is brand new, having recently opened in the summer of 2021. Only 20 rooms and eight suites provide an intimate atmosphere in this sumptuous period property which has adopted modern decorative touches. and sophisticated. Each room is soundproofed with a free minibar and use of an espresso machine, but you can also buy snacks from the deli on site or in the lounge bar. Accessible and family-friendly, the hotel also has a full-service spa and a swimming pool in a stone vaulted cellar.

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