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4, Cours Barbey, 33800 Bordeaux, France – Show map
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Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating
Italian, French, English, Arabic
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 4 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are allowed. Charges may apply.
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Proximity to train & tram station Secure parking (additional cost) Size of accommodation Price Adequate base for a couple of nights from which to explore Bordeaux
Location - sex shops / strip clubs nearby, intimidating neighbourhood at night Horrible shower room Not a good choice with children
Location near train station staffs kind
Wifi poor réception and only allow to 2 connections per room. Pillows are so soft, can't sleep with it. Interior decoration in rooms are so simple: there is nothing. we were in junior suit 314, thought it will be better than standard room but quite opposite, so depressing. I would advise people to go somewhere else if they can while in Bordeaux.
- There is a parking next to the apartments (15 euros per day, aprox). - The size of the apartment is OK to spend a couple of nights and it is quite near to the town centre.
- The area in which the apartment is located is not the nicest of areas to stay at. - Staff are correct but could have been friendlier.
Location is good. There is an elevator. The suite consisted of two rooms with a kitchenette. General size of the rooms. Nice choice for the breakfast, the price is fair, 7.50 euro per person. Front desk staff is professional. Hotel is not noisy. Warm rooms. Nice view from the windows. Comfortable beds with clean sheets. Ask for the wi-fi password at front desk, Internet connection is good.
No free parking if you travel by car. The parking is gated, 8 euro per day. The location of the hotel is downtown where it's impossible to park for free. The room service is once in 3 days, so save your towels. Only one wi-fi password issued per room regardless of the number of people/devices in the room.
Location for everything, parking underground, helpful knowledgeable staff, kitchenette and fridge meant you could self cater as required, quiet, good nights sleep, comfy beds
Easy access to Bordeaux. Underground car park.
Not an area I would feel comfortable in alone.
Great location, clean great valu
Location was excellent. Staff were lovely and helpful. Room was clean and cleaned daily. In the heart of the Uni, Arabic and African areas so a huge variety of restaurants.
The family suite (402) because of the extra space for our child to sleep. Closeness to the centre of Bordeaux, easy links to the centre by bus (16). The parking (at 8 euro per day) is safe and your car is protected for the whole day. Parking in central areas of Bordeaux is too expensive to even consider.
The unhelpful and rude reception staff. I guess they don't pay them enough and definitely not for the hours between 12 and 2 pm so don't bother showing up at that time. The good thing is that they warn you about it (the midday closure) but if you are jet lagged, tired and with an irritable child it's horrible not to be able to get to your room. The area is not nice to walk at night, I wouldn't do it had I been travelling on my own as a woman but the municipal police told us that it wasn't 'really' unsafe, and we did see many young families with babies there during the day (although there are some sex shops around that open at night) so I guess it's an 'up and coming' area. But at those prices it's a clean and affordable place from where to explore the city.
Very clean and well located
Very convenient to Gare de Jean, helpful staff, very nice breakfast choices, very clean.
On noisy street, no air-conditioning so had to keep windows open.
I didn't enjoy the walk, in darkness, between the train station and the apparthotel. It is a very seedy area. Nor did I enjoy the fact that the wifi signal carried no sound
Location and price
Poor kitchenette , no air conditioning , very noisy
Dirty towels, few kitchen utensils (one fork for double room...). It was very hot even with open window, no conditioner.
The hotel is close to the station and it was great having an apartment rather than just a hotel room. It was fairly basic, but clean and big enough for three of us.
Bring earplugs if you are a light sleeper - there is traffic noise that might annoy you. It was warm but not possible to have the windows open because of the traffic.
Room had a funny smell,not given an option to change it.NoA/C,which meant we had to have windows open:not great on 4th floor with a 4 yo, this was also very noisy as it was the weekend. Kitchen facilites awful!!
It is a just below the normal hotel room..Room is not bad..wifi is good..elevator is fast :)
The washstand at the the toilet is not flowing..so there was always a little lake..and there is a big water heating unit in the toilet. You should take attention, not to injure your head.
We wanted an apartment close to the train station so we could walk. It wasn't a hugely nice area, but still felt safe. There was a supermarket close by so cooking was easy. Kitchen equipment was a bit limited but adequate for putting together a simple meal. The apartment was quite a good size apart from the small bathroom.
Bathroom was tiny and the walls were a little thin so we could hear a bit of noise from the other apartments.
We arrived late, reception was closed, a phone call gave us clear information for access and also an email had been send with the details how to access the room. Appreciated. Facilities in the room were great for an overnight stop. It's a practical base to use, works well.
The bathroom is quite small, over the WC is the hot water tank, at shoulder height and painted black. It's quite clever, you don't notice it until you hit your head on it opening or closing the seat. Not the way to start the day!
Overall, we can say that it is a nice place whether you are just passing-through the city, like we were doing. Even though we did not chat that much with the staff running the front desk, they appear to be friendly people.
There is just one WiFi conexion available per room. Plus, if you are bringing along your bike, you are going to be extra-charged for that. Besides, bikes are kept in a public garage under poor conditions. Thanks God, there were no burglars meandering through the neighbourhood that night.
Breakfast good Slept well
Not being welcomed despite having arranged for a late arrival and arriving at the agreed time - took some time to work out where our key had been left. Smell of paint/disinfectant throughout
Its ridiculous that the hotel is closed in the afternoon.
Close to station Good bathroom Good little kitchenette had elevator
Television in wrong location, couldn't see it all while sitting on the bed. TV didn't work the last day and night I was there. The desk person left at 6pm? and I got home at 7:30pm
The wifi was good.
The hot water service was above the toilet and was hazardous as you would hit your head on it. The vanity tap wasn't over the basin so water would splash out. Our shower head wouldn't stay up and the toilet wouldn't flush on day two.