20min by tram from the station, 45min by taxi or 1h by bus from the airport.


The Check in time is from 4.00 pm till 8.30 pm its possible on request to arrival later with an extra fee of 10 euros per hour waiting from 8.30 pm

The District : the Chartrons

The perfect setting for a short stay or a long weekend.
The beautiful buildings are a great indication of a prosperous time in Bordeaux. The land once belonged to a former Carthusian monastery (Chartreux in French, which leads to the present name, Les Chartrons), drained by the Dutch in the 17th century. It used to be was the home of English, Scottish, Irish, Scandinavian and German merchants who built beautiful houses and cellars. Cours Xavier Arnozan (previously called the Pavé des Chartrons) is one of the city's most aristocratic and elegant 18th century streets. It was still very much a sign of social status to live on the "Pavé" in the past century.
Shops, boutiques are open all over the weekend plus an outlet factory, The Quai des Marques which is a convenient location with car park and tramway stop nearby where you will be able to shop and brunch at an outdoor café with the view of the Jacques Chaban-Delmas bridge which makes it worth coming all year long. "It's chic to spend less"! says the tagline
Do not forget the new International Museum of Vines. 5 minutes by walk! A ‘Must Have’ to visit!
The City

Bordeaux has always been a dynamic, cosmopolitan city and never ceases to reveal exciting, new facets of its character. Its bold modernism have made it a key destination for everyone interested in French culture, lifestyle... and wine!
The heart of a legendary winegrowing region, this vibrant and sophisticated cityis one of France’s most elegant cities and has been awared by UNESCO World Heritage
This renovated apartment is perfect for 4 people who wish to live in the heart of Bordeaux!