Bordeaux and the Wine Country Hotels
Bordeaux and the Wine Country Hotel Reviews
Although countryside hotels can be gorgeous—not to mention convenient to touring the region's famed vineyards—basing yourself in Bordeaux city is definitely worth considering, because pickings for rural inns can be slim in summer months and nonexistent in winter, when most of them close. But don't fret about missing the vineyards. Many of the city hotels can create wine-country tours for you, as Gradyghost notes on Fodor's Talk Forum: "The concierge at the Hotel Burdigala arranged individual guided tours at First Growth vineyards like Lafite, Mouton-Rothchild, and Château Margaux. Needless to say, those were memorable experiences."
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