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L'Hôtel Particulier is a little 19th-century gem located in the centre of the Bordeaux’s old town. The building is a grand reminder of the city’s historic past, with large open fireplaces, high ceilings and plenty of characterful original features. Wine is also a big deal at L'Hôtel Particulier, with an 18th-century cellar holding over 200 varieties of local tipples.
It's worth noting that due to its small size, reception isn't 24-hours a day. Nonetheless, this is an excellent city getaway for independent travellers and families alike.
Breakfast is not to be missed at the hotel, with a lavish selection of freshly-baked pastries, local bakers’ breads, delicate cakes, cooked-to-order eggs and more. Alternatively, you can head out to the local boulangerie for your morning fuel.
While there is no restaurant on site, you are spoilt for choice nearby. Café-hop in the nearby Pey-Berland square or else tuck into local fare at one of the many local bistros and restaurants.
There are two types of accommodation here; from the more contemporary and somewhat basic Studio and Apartment options, perfect if you're after a comfy and central place to stay, to the decidedly luxe Rooms and Suites, all of which are well-proportioned, individually designed and certainly get our pick. If travelling with the little ones, opt for the Apartment, which comes with a comfortable sofa bed.
Located in the heart of the old-town area of Bordeaux, there is plenty to keep you on your feet. If you’re stuck for choice, the incredibly friendly staff are on hand to help you work out where to go and what to see.
Oenophiles should make use of the cellars while they visit. Wine tasting is available at the hotel, where you can sample your way through delightfully deep-notes reds and light whites. There is even a shop, so make sure to save some space in your suitcase for a souvenir (or two!).