Dynamic growth in Bordeaux hotels offer: openings, renovations & new brands

Successive hotels’ official openings have taken place at a fast pace in Bordeaux in the last months. The city’s ability to host large-scale corporate events is constantly upgrading. 

The city continues to add to its hotel offering, with the reopening in spring 2023 of the famous 4-star Burdigala Hotel Bordeaux which has 83 rooms, located in the Meriadeck district, after complete renovation, just like the Novotel Bordeaux Airport, which has reopened. Also near the airport, the 4-star Sheraton will be opening in January 2023. It will have 177 rooms and will include a 300-place conference centre, the Blue Blamboo. The JOST Hotel, a lifestyle hotel with 80 rooms and 200 beds, has just opened in the station district which is still developing rapidly. It has a rooftop terrace, a bar, a swimming pool, and a cabaret that can host events for up to 100 people.

The Hyatt group is opening the first 4-star FirstName hotel in Bordeaux in the Meriadeck district. The hotel will have 150 rooms and four meeting rooms: two of 30m², one of 60m² and the Speakeasy, an original place to host events. It is also scheduled to open at the start of 2023.

Finaly, a five stars hotel with a capacity of 51 rooms will open in june, the Château Léognan.

Hotels committed to high quality and sustainable accommodation

Always aiming to provide high quality accommodation, the Bordeaux hotel-keepers and Bordeaux Tourisme & Congrès have signed a hotel charter that commits them to hosting major business events. It is binding on member hotel-keepers, i.e. over 7,500 rooms. It aims to formalise an attractive market policy for major business events, offer final customers a consistent and consolidated offering to facilitate access to the destination, and guarantee high quality and committed services.

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