Economic level of comfort waits for you in 70 rooms for a short stay. In my opinion it's the cheapest way to stay for a night in France.
All the rooms come with a work area, an en suite shower and a TV with built-in alarm. Bunk beds are available in some of our rooms for a third guest at no extra charge. Two rooms are specially designed with wheelchair access and other features for the disabled.
It 1995 it cost 149 francs (about $30) for a room (one, two or even three people).
La Villa Chaleemar is a very comfortable and tastefully decorated B&B a 15 minute walk from the city center. The guest room en suite I stayed in was set to one side of the house where you never felt like you were infringing on your host. The rooms were nicely decorated, very clean, the bed comfortable and a very large bathroom and shower. The exterior is non-descript as it is similar to the rest of the buildings in the neighborhood. There was ample storage at the entrance where I stored my bicycle. The proprieter Leena was an absolute angel and was very helpful with recommendations on where to eat close by. Breakfast was continental, fresh orange juice, coffee and plenty of it. I enjoyed the deck patio and free wifi connection.
Very close to the City's large garden park and natural history museum, and only a five minute walk to the city tram that takes you right downtown. If ever I have the pleasure to visit Bordeaux again, this is the place I would like to stay.
Well, as I said previously, you can put up to 3 people in the same room for £20/$30/E30.
What more could you ask?
Of course this is not in Bordeaux itself but the buses are very reliable.
The cheapest around.
The only hotel I could find parking place just before the entry. And the price was reasonable and close to the downtown. It was short way to walk to the Angel statue.
Bordeaux has 5,200 rooms in 145 hotels of all categories, as well as various kinds of accommodations(furnished flats, bed & breakfast, youth hostel, etc).
Hotels are classified according to their comfort and level of equipment. On top of the tariffs that are posted in the various establishments, you will have to pay the additional tourist tax.
Depending on how much you want to spend and comfort levels, there are several accommodations available. Check with the Tourism Information.
After two nights we moved to another hotel, again near Place Gambetta. Unfortuantely, I've forgotten the name of this second place. About all I can remember is that the proprietor was very friendly and let us store luggage on our last day and pay whenever suited us.
Close to Arcachon, "Les dunes du Pyla", the highest dunes in Europe.
This campground is obviously not at the top but not far ;-)
So nice to wake up in the morning with a panoramic view on the ocean....
If you comes from Acarchon, the temptation could be huge to stop at the first campgrounds!! Don't!! They are in fact located behind the dunes and you would miss the beautiful sight....
Wohoo! That's a hostel! It was the 1st hostel in southern part of the France and it was so cool. Later on I figured out. All the hostels on South are always in a firendly surroundings, it's liek a private party! Also the hostel's service is awsome!
I got my wish to sleep in a castle. This is the Chateau de Mercures near Cahors in the Lot Valley. The restaurant was spectacular.
Beautiful pool and first-rate restaurant.
This is Le Puy Robert near Montignac. It's a nice town for exploring a few of the famous caves such as Lescaux and is perfect for biking leisurely along the Vezere river. The town of Les Ezies de Tayac is down the road and it houses a wonderful museum about Prehistoric Man.
Fine restaurant - lovely rooms.
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