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TravelPod Member ReviewsL'Hotel Particulier Bordeaux
L'Hotel Particulier is located in the Centre of Bordeaux in Rue Vital Carles. The hotel is not overly expensive (my room cost 98 euros a night) but quite classy. In fact, it was originally a cardinal's palace. Rooms are quite large, have a little kitchenette concealed in a cupboard. Oddly no phone or A/C so I'm not sure how comfortable the rooms would be in summer, but right now it's autumn and was fine for me. A fabulous location literally a stone's throw from St Andre's Cathedral. Staff very friendly and helpful. Highly recommended.
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