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Bordeaux is considered by many to be the world capital of wine, and is a perfect destination for foodies looking for some fine dining. Located in the southwest of France, the city, with its historic Port de la Luna, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and contains plenty of pretty historic buildings. Start your trip in the Place de Quinconces, the largest square in France, and plan a route along all the attractions and sights you want to see, most of which are within walking distance of each other.
Bordeaux and its surrounding area has around 20 two star hotels, and that includes hotels out in the wine region and pet-friendly accommodations. Virtually all provide high-speed internet WiFi, while a smaller number have air conditioning and a free parking.
One of the most popular places to book two-star accommodation is the 'Golden Triangle', a luxurious shopping area in the city centre, consisting of the Cours de l'Inter Dance, Cours Georges Clemenceau and the Allées de Tourny.
Another popular possibility is the area around Gare Bordeaux Saint-Jean: the main railway station of Bordeaux, with direct links to Paris and Strasbourg.
The range of three-star hotels in Bordeaux numbers about 55 properties. Many of these are pet-friendly, with some environmentally-friendly examples too. There are also a number that specialise in business travel that feature amenities like a (free) breakfast (free) WiFi and small and large conference rooms.
The best place to book a three-star hotel is probably the historical centre of Bordeaux, an area that extends from Place de la Victoire (in the north) to Place de la Comedie (in the south). The latter is where you’ll find the Grand Theatre: a stunning building that’s facade is supported by 12 huge columns. The Place de la Bourse in the medieval district of Saint-Pierre is a wonderful square that acts as a symbol of wealth. Here you’ll find the Fontaine des Trois Graces and the National Customs Museum.
The four-star selection in Bordeaux numbers around 20 properties. Book a golf & spa hotel with its own golf course, full service spa and indoor pool. Other options include business and design hotels.
You can also choose to stay in one of the surrounding towns such as Bègles, Bouillac, Gradignan, Merignac (where you’ll find Bordeaux Airport) or Pessac and Talence.