Bordeaux Merignac Airport (BOD)
Airport Hotels and Accommodation
Bordeaux Airport (BOD) is the gateway to one of the world's fine wine capitals. Many tourists travel to Bordeaux each year to sample the distinct vintages and enjoy the city's interesting cultural and historical attractions, with plenty of hotels and accommodation options for visitors to the area.
Bordeaux: Airport Hotels and Accommodation
There are several hotels, motels and inns close to Bordeaux Airport, a number of which offer good business facilities, including meeting rooms and a range of related services. In addition, you will find many providing excellent amenities such as swimming pools, fitness centres and restaurants. Some of the nearby hotels are Ibis, Comfort Hotel and Novotel, all of which offer inexpensive lodging in convenient situations.
HOTELS CLOSE TO BORDEAUX AIRPORT (BOD)|
|| Km |
|Comfort Hotel Bordeaux Merignac Bordeaux||99 Avenue J. F. Kennedy,|
|Quality Suites Bordeaux Aeroport Hotel||83, Avenue Kennedy,|
|Quality Hotel St. Catherine||27 Rue du Parlement,|
|Best Western Grand Hotel Francais||12 Rue Du Temple,|
Bordeaux, FR-33000, France
|Holiday Inn Bordeaux City Centre||30 Rue de Tauzia,|
Bordeaux, 33800, France
|Novotel Bordeaux Centre Meriadeck||45 Cours Du Marechal Juin,|
Bordeaux, 33000, France
Bordeaux: City Hotels and Accommodation
Many people travelling to this part of France choose to stay in the city, which lies around 12 km / 7 miles to the east of Bordeaux Airport (BOD). Here you will find a range of accommodation, with numerous hotels offering pickup services both to and from the airport.
Much of the city centre is well-pedestrianised, meaning that the most central hotels are within easy walking distance of many top attractions and restaurants. However, the city's modern billion-Euro tram networks means that Bordeaux is easy to navigate, with three separate lines running between the centre and surrounding suburbs, connecting nearby hotels. Bordeaux's electric 'navette' buses are also a popular and inexpensive way to travel around much of the city, between the Place de la Quinconces and the Place de la Victoire, stopping at several locations along the way.
Bordeaux is a major city, split into many notable districts and neighbourhoods. To the right of the train station you will find a range of cheap two-star hotels, particularly along the Rue de Charles Domercq, although this area is not the most appealing part of the city. Many tourists prefer to stay heart of the city, where accommodation ranges from the most basic guest houses to true luxury hotels, with impressive views of the surrounding cityscape.
Accommodation is generally easy to find in Bordeaux, although during major events it can become fully booked, making advance reservations a necessity. Such festivals include the biannual Vinexpo Trade Fair and the Fete du Vin, both of which take place on alternate years during the month of June.
Popular hotels can also be found in the historic 18th-century Old Town, close to the scenic River Garonne and around the large public square known as the 'Esplanade del Quinconces'. Noteworthy accommodation in the city includes the Blayais off the Place de la Comédie, the Bristol Hotel along the Rue Bouffard, the Maison de Lierra on the Rue Huguerie, the De La Presse along the Rue Porte Dijeaux, and the Regina close to the train station.