At Vatel Bordeaux we have forged close relationships with some of the most famous and prestigious hotels and vineyard estates in the Bordeaux region.
Vatel Bordeaux’s Network of Partners
L'intercontinental Bordeaux -
Le Grand Hotel *****
After a sympathetic restoration, the Grand Hôtel de Bordeaux Spa has deservedly returned
to center stage as an exceptional place to stay, situated in the heart of the “golden triangle”
opposite the Grand Théâtre. Its neoclassical façade, in perfect harmony with the Grand Théâtre ─
both were created by architect Victor Louis in 1776 ─ is a major reason for the Grand Hôtel's prestige.
HOTEL BURDIGALA BORDEAUX -
Located in the heart of Bordeaux, the Burdigala Hotel was completely refurbished in the summer
of 2011, and its elegant yet relaxed atmosphere provides a welcome sanctuary
from the hustle and bustle of the city. It also offers a bar and restaurant.
HOTEL MERCURE CITE MONDIALE -
Situated on the banks of the Garonne, the four-star Mercure Bordeaux Cité Mondiale Centre-Ville
offers 97 rooms and five conference rooms. It attracts recreational and family guests
as well a business clientele through the hotel’s business program.
Grand Plaza Beijing
Situated on Wangfujing, within walking distance of The Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square,
Grand Hyatt Beijing is part of the Oriental Plaza – one of China's largest commercial complexes –
with direct access to the adjacent shopping mall.
Eden Rock Saint Barth
Eden Rock - St Barths is one of the Top 100 hotels in the world.
Situated in an idyllic setting,
it embodies French art de vivre in the heart of the Caribbean.
Château Giscours is a 300-hectare winemaking estate situated in the Médoc region
of Gironde at Labarde near Margaux. Its Margaux AOC (controlled designation of origin)
wine is ranked as a “Troisième Grand Cru” in the prestigious 1855 official classification
of Bordeaux wines.
Château Rayne Vigneau
The Rayne Vigneau vineyard, covering 84 hectares, has been situated in the Sauternes region
since the creation of the estate at the start of the 17th century.
It is ranked as a “Premier Grand Cru” in the prestigious official 1855 classification of Bordeaux wines.