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"Great place for Family Stay"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 22, 2012
The hotel is about 10 mins walk from Tram station which is very convenient for public transport to and from city center. The room is furnished with kitchen and there is a supper market nearby that we can buy foods and cook for ourselves. The room is clean, quiet and comfortable.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Nov 24, 2011
There are few options near downtown Bordeaux that match the All Seasons. Rooms - esp. bathrooms - are rather smallish, but comfy and reasonably priced. Not great but definitely OK, particularly when considering that breakfast and wifi are included.
"Fine, but not fancy"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Sep 2, 2011
The room is small-- so small that it was hard to use the window with the bed pushed apart. As a place to sleep, though, it's fine. Some of the other reviews talk about the neighborhood, but I never felt unsafe. It's close to the train station and there are plenty of people around. I think the concern was being near a "red light" area, which is several blocks away-- I was unaware of it for quite a while.
"Large rooms, comfy hotel"
Reviewed by Mia C of "Boston" on
Jul 4, 2011
A bit out of the way location wise, but with large quiet rooms. Hotel staff were very friendly. Wifi was spotty at times, but overall worked fine. My room had a shower and bathtub, and hotpot with several tea choices- always nice to see. Would definitely recommend to others.
"close to train; close to restaurants"
Reviewed by Mitch S of "Chicago, IL" on
Mar 28, 2011
The Mercure is walking distance from the Bordeaux train station.The walk through neighborhood looks seedy, but it is perfectly safe. The accommodations are simple and clean and the staff is friendly. Many British business types.
If you continue walking in the same direction from the station, you will find a fascinating quarter just beyond the hotel. Two churches and plenty of restaurants are nearby to satiate the theatre crowd. Walk along the river bank until you see the three-story lit up "door." Fascinating places to dine once you walk through, The salon de the in the square by the nearby church is a far better bet than the breakfast buffet at the hotel.