Triangle d’or quarter, Bordeaux

Hôtel luxe Bordeaux centre - Hôtel Singulier - Site officiel

The city centre

and its pedestrian streets

Hôtel luxe Bordeaux centre - Hôtel Singulier - Site officiel

Place des Grands Hommes

and its market and shops

Hôtel luxe Bordeaux centre - Hôtel Singulier - Site officiel

Saint-André Cathedral

remarkable heritage

Hôtel luxe Bordeaux centre - Hôtel Singulier - Site officiel

See everything on foot

Parking is easy with the Gambetta car park less than a minute from the hotel. The Clémenceau and Mériadeck car parks are less than 5 minutes away. The Gambetta Tramway Station is in the immediate vicinity of the hotel. Surrounded by grand architecture, walk along the pedestrian streets from the Musée des Beaux-Arts (Fine Arts Museum) to the Place des Quinconces, passing by the Musées des Arts Décoratifs et du Design (Museum of Decorative Arts and Design) and the Grand Théâtre.

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The Chartrons district

Restaurants and bars provide a lively atmosphere in this lush green quarter, which also boasts a number of shops dedicated to fashion and home decor.

A twenty-minute stroll will take you to the city's art district with its famous Rue Notre Dame, home to artisans, antique dealers and fashionable decorators. There's no shortage of museums and heritage sites to visit, including the Musée Mer Marine (Maritime Museum), the CAPC (Museum of Contemporary Art), the Musée des Douanes (Customs Museum) or the Bourse Maritime (Maritime Stock Exchange).

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Hôtel luxe Bordeaux centre - Hôtel Singulier - Site officiel
Hôtel luxe Bordeaux centre - Hôtel Singulier - Site officiel

A relaxing, cultural atmosphere

Hôtel luxe Bordeaux centre - Hôtel Singulier - Site officiel

Along the Garonne river

Strolling along the Garonne, enjoy the left bank's lively atmosphere and check out the "guinguettes" (open-air cafés) on the right bank.

This is undoubtedly one of the best ways to discover the city with a lovely 45-minute stroll along the Garonne river. On Sundays, cross through the Chartrons market to reach the Cité du Vin and the famous Bassins des Lumières before heading to the Halles de Bacalan. It's home to 23 artisans, where you can eat or have a coffee.

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