Kitchens are equipped with dishwashers, microwaves, ovens, washing machines, Nespresso machines, and a selection of champagne and wines. Televisions, Bluetooth Bose sound-systems, air-conditioning and Wi-Fi come as standard. There’s a mini-sauna which heats up in five minutes flat.
A concierge is on-call to answer any questions. Chateaux tours, wine tastings and chauffeur-driven cars can be arranged on demand. Parking is in the public car-park either on the Place Camille Julian, or the Place de la Bourse, both five minutes’ walk away.
Tea, orange juice and coffee are provided. Breakfast baskets can be delivered on request. Karl, a café on the square serves good coffee, a range of teas and infusions, and croissants. There are lots of great dining options a short stroll away. A minute’s walk away, on Passage du Parlement, excellent seafood and fish is served at Le Petit Commerce. Alternatively, there’s upmarket bistro, Le Gabriel, on the Place de la Bourse. Locals swear by La Brasserie Bordelaise on nearby Rue St. Rémi.