Grand Hotel de Bordeaux & Spa

Location: Bordeaux & the Wine Country | France

Putting Bordeaux back on the world scene, the Grand Hotel de Bordeaux & Spa is a five star landmark adorned with supple fabrics, plush 18th century furnishings and uberchic designs that have gracefully resurrected the Bordelais style.
Perfect forCouples looking for a lavish stay as they explore the city centre.
In the knowThe Pressoir d’Argent restaurant derives its name from the extremely rare presence of a lobster press in the dining room- one of only five in the world- which was made by the house of Christofle. The device is used tableside to obtain the rich lobster jus, which is served over the house specialty, so if you plan on eating at the restaurant and like lobster, watch the solid silver press in action when you order the Brittany Blue Lobster.

Recommended for...

  • Chic Design
  • City Hotel
  • Food & Wine
  • Luxury Hotel

Hotel Overview


Located inside the Golden Triangle- the finest shopping and pedestrian area of Bordeaux- and opposite the colossal Grand Theatre.

Rooms at the Grand Hotel de Bordeaux & Spa

World famous designer, Jacques Garcia, has worked wonders on these rooms, using old stone and wrought iron alongside colourful fabrics and rich materials, to make the rooms both gracefully traditional and serenely modern. The 128 rooms and 22 suites, spread over eight interconnected buildings, feature sumptuous 19th century furniture and glistening chandeliers with views overlooking the Place de la Comedie.

Food and facilities

Sun yourself outside as you look at the neighbouring historic buildings at the Belle Epoque-inspired brasserie, lounge in the winter garden under the large glass roof at The Orangerie or book yourself in for a real treat at the gastronomic restaurant, The Pressoir d’Argent, run by Gordon Ramsay.

Activities at the Grand Hotel de Bordeaux & Spa

In the land of wine, why not get into the spirit of things with the Wine Concierge Service? Offering a wide pallet of experiences such as a master class with the Head Sommelier, private tastings, vineyard discovery, and an excursion to a chateau, spend your stay walking through the heart of Bordeaux on a custom-made fine wine program.

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