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Bordeaux's new hotels

Every year, a flock of new hotels opens in Bordeaux. The latest hotels to open demonstrate their creativity with audacious designs, hybrid concepts, and even spaces that are open to the public. Here is a selection of the new hotels that we recommend for your next trip to Bordeaux or simply for a moment of respite from daily life.

Hôtel MARTY Bordeaux

M for Mériadeck. Arty for the experience. So it was in the Mériadeck district that the MARTY, a hybrid and artistic hotel, emerged. This 4-star establishment under the Tapestry Collection by Hilton banner offers a unique artistic immersion, transforming each room into a living gallery with artworks for purchase. In its 126 m² bar-restaurant area, with its chic decor combining marble and art deco shapes, the MARTY offers gourmet cuisine and signature cocktails. But that's not all! Weekly events such as DJ sets, hip-hop battles and art workshops make this hotel a dynamic place to be.

Hotel MARTY in Bordeaux Mériadeck

MARTY Hôtel Bordeaux© Hôtel Marty Bordeaux

Hôtel Mondrian Bordeaux Les Carmes

The result of a five-year renovation of the emblematic Maison Calvet, this hotel is Philippe Starck's latest five-star gem, eagerly awaited by the people of Bordeaux. The former winery of wine merchants Hannapier and Calvet, dating back to 1871, has been transformed into a sumptuous venue with a Japanese restaurant, terrace, swimming pool and spa. The combination of East and West is evident in the architecture and design, with Japanese elements such as pagodas and calligraphy creating an intimate, hushed atmosphere. The 97 rooms and suites, all with private terraces, invite tourists and locals alike to enjoy a change of scenery. Chef Masaharu Morimoto's restaurant, the first of its kind in Europe, blends Japanese delicacy with French excellence. Bordelais and visitors alike can savour elaborate dishes while enjoying the tree-lined terrace. In a nod to history, the grandiloquent cellar contains over 10,000 bottles. On Thursday and Friday evenings, it is enlivened by a DJ.

Hôtel Mondrian Bordeaux Les Carmes

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Boutique Hôtel Indigo

Located on the banks of the Garonne, in the heart of the Chartrons district, this charming hotel is brand new. Its sophisticated decor is reminiscent of a seaside guest house, with rooms inspired by the charm of the Bay of Arcachon and its emblematic oyster huts. Overlooking the quays and the historic Chartrons district, its rooftop restaurant-bar Tchanqué offers a unique view of the city. Here you can savour gourmet local produce, dishes to share at brunch or seafood, all accompanied by signature wines and cocktails. The hotel offers five meeting rooms and a 300 m² panoramic area, complemented by the Cité Mondiale conference centre. It includes an amphitheatre, a multipurpose area, and four subcommittee rooms, offering a complete experience to visitors and residents of Bordeaux.

Hotel Indigo Boutique

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Hotel Burdigala Bordeaux Mériadeck

The emblematic Hôtel Burdigala in Bordeaux is unveiling its new look after two years of renovation. And the result is stunning! Under the guidance of renowned interior designer Fabien Roque, the hotel now boasts a five-star rating and 83 modern rooms and suites, each space carefully decorated. What particularly sets this establishment apart are the friendly spaces designed to welcome visitors, whether tourists or locals. With its colourful decor, thick velvet curtains, distinctive arches and walnut furniture, the atrium offers a warm, urban setting where everyone feels at home. The hotel has quickly become a haven for coworkers, offering confidential lounges with free access, a private cinema and even a game room. The Madame B restaurant, run by Chef Grégory Vingadassalon, offers an original culinary experience with constantly changing 2 to 5-course menus featuring local produce. As an added bonus, a monumental glass roof and forthcoming terrace will make this place a must for visitors looking to relax in a remarkable setting. An imminent opening of their rooftop speakeasy bar also promises to delight fans of unusual bars.

Hotel Burdigala Bordeaux

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Bloom Hostel in Nansouty

Bloom Hostel is a new nugget of a hostel located just a stone's throw from the lively Place Nansouty. In the eponymous district, Bloom Hostel offers an experience combining the comfort of a hotel with the warm atmosphere of a youth hostel. The rooms, designed with innovation and comfort in mind, offer private cocoons with openwork sliding doors for privacy. The beds are equipped with soft mattresses, soft lighting, tabletops and electrical sockets. The Bloom also boasts a lush garden of over 200 m², an oasis of greenery in the heart of the city, inviting you to relax. For epicureans, an all-day bar and snacking area offers gustatory delights, while a convivial workspace is available for those who wish to combine productivity and tranquillity. A unique experience awaits you at the Bloom Hostel, where fulfilment, relaxation and conviviality are the keywords.

Bloom Hostel Bordeaux

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Hotel Majestic Bordeaux

Immerse yourself in the refined atmosphere of the Hôtel Majestic, soon ready to raise the curtain on 45 recently renovated rooms and suites. Nestled in a quiet street in the historic centre of Bordeaux, this elegant establishment is just a few steps from the famous Place des Quinconces and the vibrant heart of the city. Directly accessible from the Gare St-Jean in 15 minutes by tram, and from the Bordeaux Lac congress and exhibition centre in 20 minutes, the hotel offers a privileged location. Behind its sandstone façade, the Majestic hotel is inspired by the prestigious Grand Théâtre next door, promising an artistic metamorphosis and a memorable stay. 

Hotel Majestic Bordeaux

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Hôtel FirstName Bordeaux

This opening marks the grand return to the basics of the hotel trade, but with a significant dose of modernity. FirstName Bordeaux, the first of this brand to open, has taken up residence in a typical 1970s building in the Mériadeck district, a stone’s throw from Place Gambetta. Its designers, Marc Hertrich & Nicolas Adnet, have kept the same vintage feel as its exterior. It offers no less than 7 categories of rooms, two gyms and a surprising speakeasy bar. On the ground floor, the hotel has a public space with an impressive high ceiling and a monumental bar, noticeable for its marble and woodwork. The interior mixes cork, recycled carpeting, seventies elements such as wickerwork and even a wall made of tubes filled with spices. Behind this wall is the kitchen, which sends out sophisticated sharing platters concocted by a talented team, overseen by Cédric Béchade; taste local dishes from yesteryear, updated for modern tastes. The hotel’s emblematic mascot is the enormous cuddly toy, the mastiff Badaboum.

Hôtel FirstName à Bordeaux Mériadeck

Hôtel FirstName
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Hôtel Jost Bordeaux

Hôtel JOST opened last August, close to the train station, next to the brand new Pont de la Palombe. The immense 360° rooftop view provides a hitherto unseen perspective of the transformation taking place in the Belcier district: soon destined to gain in prominence. The hotel’s name is an acronym of “Joy Of Staying Together”, and JOST is the first hotel to house a venue for the performing arts. It is also the first to combine the hotel and hostel concepts, with 80 rooms (including some interesting 5m² capsules). The rooftop boasts a swimming pool, while downstairs there is a solar restaurant which revisits the naan, plus cuisine from around the world. Finally, below the ground floor you’ll find a cabaret bar that acts as a performance space and dancefloor. It could be JOST what Bordeaux’s been waiting for!

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Hôtel Jost Bordeaux
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Live Hôtels Bordeaux

At the edges of Bordeaux’s lake, next to the neighbourhood’s office spaces, this discreet but locally well-known hotel has popped up. Live Hotel has breathed fresh life into the area with its concept of convivial spaces and atypical, carefully designed interiors. The walls, hanging plants and colours of the restaurant make it a real urban jungle. It is open to the public from breakfast to dinner, including for lunch and afterwork sessions. The cuisine is Mediterranean-inspired. Clients particularly appreciate the swimming pool and secret terrace. The establishment has 88 rooms and apartments, all of the highest comfort: not least their top-of-the-range bedding.

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Live Hôtels Bordeaux
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Greet hotel Bordeaux

Born in 2019, this young eco-responsible start-up from the Accor group has already set up 4 first beautiful addresses in France and is located 2 minutes from the airport. And as soon as you enter, the tone is set. Beautiful green spaces adorned with a vegetable garden, a charming terrace and a bowling green. Inside? Colour, recycled materials, a large piece of wrought iron bakery furniture from the 1950s and objects found at the Atelier Solidaire Bordelais, all with a story to tell.
At night, you'll find simple, pleasant rooms and impeccable service. The living space revolves around a fine table d'hôtes where local products take pride of place, such as Café du Café Joyeux, regional jams and Mérignac pig, not forgetting Mira craft beers. There's also a healthy dose of conviviality, with events such as a giant clothes clearance sale, pétanque tournaments and a host of after-work parties. A "greet" place...

Accor Greet Hôtel Bordeaux

Nouveau hôtel Bordeaux© Accor Greet Hotel

Sleeping in the vineyards

It seems that the Bordeaux vineyards are in full swing and shaking up traditions. Les Sources de Caudalie has just been awarded the prestigious European Ecolabel certification, a first for such a prestigious establishment. Saint-Emilion sees the rebirth of the château-hôtel Grand Barrail, transformed under the direction of architect Jean-Philippe Nuel, promising an unrivalled experience. Overlooking Pauillac's marina, the Hôtel des Vignes et des Anges stands out as a unique and welcoming address. The horizons of the Bordeaux region promise to be rich in large-scale projects for 2025, with Château Guiraud in Sauternes planning to open a luxury hotel with around twenty rooms. In the Médoc, visitors to Château d'Agassac can look forward to the forthcoming addition of 50 rooms, a spa and a restaurant, promising an immersive and memorable wine experience. Bordeaux and the surrounding area are constantly reinventing themselves, offering visitors a range of exhilarating discoveries.

Château Fleur d'Aya

Château Fleur d’Aya is beautiful enclosed accommodation in a sumptuous residence from the 18th and 19th centuries, located in Artigues-près-Bordeaux and home to 5 guest rooms of great prestige. The vast park of around a dozen hectares makes for a beautiful panorama and it’s a lovely place to go for a walk. The jacuzzi, swimming pool, sheltered terrace, vast living areas and natural calm guarantee a real change of scenery and a restful stay for all guests: delight in the birdsong, cast your mind far away in the library, all while still remaining in the Bordeaux conurbation, a short trip away to the city centre with all its activities. A peaceful escape.

Chambres d'hôtes du Château Fleur d'Aya, Artigues-près-Bordeaux

château Fleur d'Aya Artigues
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Château Bel Air Sainte Croix du Mont

A little further out, on the right bank of the Garonne, lies a little secret garden on a prestigious wine estate in Sainte-Croix-du-Mont: that of Château Bel Air. When we say little, we actually mean a 5000 m² tree-filled park. Due to the romantic setting, it is an ideal spot for a couple’s getaway. The chateau and prestigious guest rooms are steeped in romance; indeed, it is the watchword for the property owners, who strive to give their guests a warm welcome, full of little considerations. You’re in for a unique experience, whether you choose the comfort and quiet in the refined ambiance of the Romance suite, the royal experience provided by the Émotion suite or the elegant luxury of the Prestige seat at the top of the chateau. On the estate, you can also enjoy dinner, a massage and a tour of the property.

Chambres d'hôtes du Château Bel Air

château Bel Air Bordeaux
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