x The average starting price for a place to stay in Bordeaux is £65 per night.
87 Rue Saint GenesOutstanding 96%
habsfan Generally the staff was helpful and friendly. Clean and has WIFI that works in each room. It is a bit of a hike into town but overall it was fair value for what you get.
27 rue du Parlement Sainte CatherineGreat 80%
16 Allee Serr, Zac Coeur De BastideGreat 80%
lloyd1018 Good value, basic hotel. Decent sized room with view of the street. The manager is very helpful and speaks good English. The location is very central with trams, buses and supermarket near by. On the downside it's not the place to be if you hate climbing stairs. Note the shower is on the top floor and is nothing flash.
david.wise lack of a proper shower facility Breakfast very expensive for what you received No coffee or tea making facilities in rooms
Centre Hotelier Le Lac Rue du Petit BarailGood 70%
radhika.ye Nice place, close to the railway station and on a tram line. Small rooms but clean. Good service. But since the area near the railway station is not the nicest of areas...
wmcdonald The hotel was good value for the money and the staff were polite and very helpful, but tea and coffee making facilities in the room would be a good idea.
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