Hotel Burdigala        
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Hotel Burdigala is located a stone throw from the historic, shopping and business centre of Bordeaux, the Hotel Burdigala underwent a full renovation during the summer of 2011. It offers now an elegant and soothing atmosphere in a contemporary and “Urban Chic” decor. The Hotel Burdigala invites you to discover its 83 rooms, the gourmet restaurant and it's amazing selection of Bordeaux wines as well as its functional meeting rooms.

Classic Room

56 rooms entirely renovated in 2011. Noble materials and monochrome colours contribute to a calm, relaxed atmosphere.
Free unlimited Wifi.
3 rooms specially designed for the disabled. Communicating rooms.

Superior Room

12 superior rooms entirely renovated in 2011. The sober elegant decoration is resolutely contemporary in style. The bathrooms feature delicate mosaics as well as separate shower and bath.
Free unlimited Wifi.

Duplex Room

If you are planning a family trip to Bordeaux, you will surely enjoy one of these 7 duplexes, entirely renovated in 2011. Streamlined design and invigorating colours make these rooms especially comfortable and enjoyable!
Double or twin loft bed and a sofa bed in the living room on the ground floor.
Free unlimited Wifi.

Junior Suite

The 8 junior suites, entirely renovated in 2011, exude discreet luxury: styles and materials blend harmoniously, and there is plenty of room... including in the well laid-out wardrobes and luminous bathrooms.
Bathrooms with separate shower and bath.
Free unlimited Wifi.

83 rooms and suites where you will feel a sense of space and of clarity. The decor is superbly refined in the choice of colors and shades, and in the selection of velvet and taffeta fabrics with the headboard upholstery. The utmost attention has been paid to detail, right through to the original design of the room numbers above the door handle.

The Bacchus Bar

In the cozy and contemporary spirit of the bar, enjoy a selection of wines by the glass or enjoy on the go seasonal dishes.

Meeting rooms

Seminars, meetings and incentives are at the Burdigala Hotel functional and comfortable facilities, perfectly adapted to the requirements and needs of their organizers. An amphitheater and four modular meeting rooms at their disposal.

Facilities and services: Paper board, projector, screen, video equipment, sound system, telephone, Internet access and free unlimited high-speed (cable and WIFI).


  • 5 meeting rooms
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Private indoor parking
  • Free wifi connexion
  • Business center.
  • Porter
  • Safe deposit box at the reception.
  • Dry cleaning/ironing
  • Room service 24/7
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Air conditioning.

On the Garonne River, the port of Bordeaux, the capital of Aquitaine, is one of the world's most important wine-producing areas. It attracts visitors to the offices of wine exporters here, most of whom welcome guests.
Since the XVIII century, the city of Bordeaux has assumed a majestic air and prided itself on an elegance that it has never lost. Rich in history, culture, arts, music, legendary wines and epicure, Bordeaux is not only the wine capital of the world, but also a vibrant center of trade, industry and business.
Bordeaux is a city of warehouses, factories, mansions, and suburbs, as well as wide quays 8 Kms. (5 miles) long. Now the fifth-largest French city, Bordeaux belonged to the British for 300 years and even today is considered the most "un-French" of French cities.
It may not exude the joie de vivre of Paris, but Bordeaux is a major cultural center and a transportation hub between southern France and Spain. With a population of some 650,000, much of Greater Bordeaux looks seedy, but some urban renewal projects are on the way. The early 21st century will not be the most scenic time to visit Bordeaux. The streets are mangled, thanks to the construction of a new aboveground network of trams, estimated for completion about 2009, and there are scaffoldings over many of the city's 18th- and 19th-century buildings. But all of this is leading to a welcome transformation of the city's historic core into one of the great (urban) aesthetic triumphs of western France.

La Table de Burdigala

The restaurant has a glass roof and can be arranged in modular fashion thanks to discreet partitions. A refined and generous breakfast is served in this luminous setting in order to start the day off in a good mood!
The wine cellar has a fine selection of great Bordeaux. These are ideal to accompany the excellent cuisine based on the finest seasonal produce and local specialities.

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115, Rue Georges-Bonnac - 33000 Bordeaux, France

Phone: +33 (0)5 56 90 16 16


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By Car: From the airport take D106 E1 for 3 km. Then take D106 for 3.5 kms more until you enter the city. Continue on D106 for 1.3 km until you reach Rue Georges-Bonnac take it and after 0.8 km you will find the hotel. Train Station: Gare St. Jean - Bordeaux (3 Kms.) Airport: Bordeaux (10 Kms.)

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