Wine, architectural splendour and gastronomic delights are just a few of the reasons to book a holiday in Bordeaux. As well as the old part of the city being listed as a World Heritage Site, Bordeaux has 362 historical monuments, a number only surpassed by Paris, so there is a great deal to see and do. The Esplanade des Quinconces is one of the grandest squares in Europe, or the Saint-André Cathedral is a fantastic medieval attraction. Bordeaux’s botanical gardens are also renowned for their beauty, and keen shoppers need look no further than Rue Sainte-Catherine, lined with a wonderful range of boutiques, cafés, and restaurants. The Place de la Bourse is a majestic, grand building of wonderful architectural splendour, and an indication of Bordeaux’s rich and decorated history as a city. Wine enthusiasts are also in one of the best possible cities, since the city and surrounding region are world-famous for their fabulous wine: the museum of the wine trade is a particular highlight for such visitors. Ibis’ low-price hotels mean that you can save a great deal of money when you book your break. Plus, the range of Ibis, Ibis budget, and Ibis Styles hotels allows you to pick the accommodation that is right for you and your budget, with something for everyone. So head to Bordeaux, and enjoy a wonderful holiday with the knowledge you have booked a great, low-price hotel with Ibis.

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28.84 k.m from the city centre

In summer, enjoy Libourne Beach, just 50 meters from the property. Less than 3 mins to join A89 highway from where you'll reach Bordeaux in less than ...

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