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Hilton Garden Inn Bordeaux Centre {FRA} (France)

Hilton Garden Inn Bordeaux Centre {FRA} (France)

Old Oct 27, 18, 4:02 pm
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Arrow Hilton Garden Inn Bordeaux Centre {FRA} (France)

https://hiltongardeninn3.hilton.com/...IGI/index.html

Haven't come across any threads on this new property, hoping someone may have some information regarding this property. How's the location, public transit access, etc. Anyone stay here yet?

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Old Oct 28, 18, 8:13 am
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As far as transportation is concerned: hotel has only got 17 parking spaces - probably a cap placed upon the development by the local government. Hotel is one kilometer from the main railroad station. You could take la Lime, but luggage may be a problem.
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Old Oct 28, 18, 5:16 pm
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Originally Posted by Sisosig View Post
As far as transportation is concerned: hotel has only got 17 parking spaces - probably a cap placed upon the development by the local government. Hotel is one kilometer from the main railroad station. You could take la Lime, but luggage may be a problem.
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Old Mar 18, 19, 7:38 pm
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We're staying here in April, any updated reviews? I've never been to Bordeaux, is this in a good part of town or a hike from The Stuff? I probably should have asked that before I booked....
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Old Apr 15, 19, 1:36 am
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Checked in yesterday. Itís a new and lovely hotel with views of the river. We have a king junior suite, plenty of space in a corner room. Quiet, comfortable, great staff. Took about 10-15 minutes to stroll here from the train station, but I think we took the long way around. Not sure how far it is from the tram, but will find that out today.
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Old Apr 15, 19, 5:29 am
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Originally Posted by Suzzin View Post
Checked in yesterday. Itís a new and lovely hotel with views of the river. We have a king junior suite, plenty of space in a corner room. Quiet, comfortable, great staff. Took about 10-15 minutes to stroll here from the train station, but I think we took the long way around. Not sure how far it is from the tram, but will find that out today.
Thank you for reporting your stay experiences!
I am looking forward to reading about your overall impressions. Have a great continuing of your stay.
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Old Apr 17, 19, 5:33 am
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The hotel is new, clean and comfortable. Breakfast is excellent, with cook to order eggs, bacon, baguettes and several coffee options. The only downside is that itís about a mile from the part of the city center that most tourists want to visit. There is a tram around the city, but the tram stop is about a half mile away. Thereís a ton of construction going on, and I suspect that within a few years the city will have spread to include the area where the hotel is. Iíd definitely recommend it if youíre there for business, and even as a tourist it was a pleasant walk along the river.
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