Comfort Hotel Bordeaux Pessac3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Pleasant rooms airy and spacious, manned reception not sure if 24 hour limited parking onsite but plenty nearby good breakfast pets allowed restaurant not open some of the time but there is bar service very good for an overnight stay.
We chose this dog friendly hotel as it was on route for our holiday to Spain.It was a little noisy due to deliveries to the the supermarket opposite. The room matched the description , checking in and out was made easy as the staff spoke better English than the French I could manage.Overall it was comfortable and clean just what you need after an 8 hour plus drive from Calais. Car park is secure, and the rear of the hotel had a grassy area suitable for that last comfort break ( for our dog) before turning in.
We chose the hotel as it was midway on our trip from Spain to the Channel Tunnel and were really impressed with it. The room was comfortable and clean and the staff were very welcoming even with the dog with us. As it was a Saturday night there was no noise from the supermarket opposite which was not open on Sunday. We knew the restaurant would be closed but the bar was open. Breakfast the next morning was excellent with plenty of choice and good coffee (a real must have). Would definitely stay again.
Top tip, ask for a room at rear of hotel.... We stayed at the front, it was really noisy with deliveries to supermarket opposite in the early hours. Staff, really really nice, lovely people. Breakfast, lots of it and good value. Dinner , okay, bit expensive for what it was... Comfort... yes good, and very clean. Facilities, best time to stay would be in summer or spring, nice pool and outside seating. Only use as a stop over as on an industrial estate, not picturesque at all. Over all. Would stay again, but only if I was guaranteed a quite room. Staff won the best part of this hotel.
We chose to stay here 2 nights to see Bordeaux. We were attracted by the tips in Trip Advisor to take the tram into town. (and what a lovely town, or city(?) Bordeaux is!) The room was spacious and great (we chose the better half of the hotel (Comfort or Quality??) and we paid the small surcharge for the best room. Breakfast was good and we did eat in the hotel one night and that was OK. The fun started when we asked the lady at the counter where we went to catch the tram into town. We had read that this tram whisks you into the very centre in under 45 mins, and is very cheap, with easy parking for your car. She directed us very convincingly and we set off with sat nav to guide the car to the car park (about 5 - 10 mins) The area we came to was a wide street with echelon parking and loads of spaces. Short walk to the station and very helpful French man helps us negotiate the wretched automatic ticket machine. 11 euros each, a bit more than we were advised but the job was done! This concentration on the machine meant that we missed the train that had pulled in! NEARLY ONE HOUR WAIT TILL THE NEXT! O.K. it was an hour to contemplate that our station marked on the ticket was not the one that the lady had suggested we should go to. Well, a little walk would not go amiss. When the "tram" did pull in it was 10 carriages long and looking very "T.G.V. ish" It whisked us into the Bordeaux station in 5 and a half minutes, a bit less than the 45 mins we had read about. We got out and found ourselves at GARE SAINT JEAN BORDEAUX. a good mile and a half from the centre!! As the purpose of the trip was to have a little walk around and an evening meal, we were somewhat disappointed by the semi seedy range of KeeBab, pizza, and shocking Sushi delights on offer. The next morning we asked the new lady on the desk for directions and explained what had happened the previous evening! Her laughter was understandable 'cos it did make quite a good story! TGV instead of Tram! This time, with much better instructions, we found the correct car park (although - be warned - it is not easy) got on the correct modern tram, had the correct 45 min journey into the centre and saw Bordeaux properly. It is a lovely city even if it does involve quite a lot of walking. My advice: get the desk to draw you a map - the tram station is not that easy to locate and then you need to walk across a busy road to board the tram. But, the hotel - ALL GOOD!
Stayed in the hotel with family on the way down to Portugal for Christmas. The room was comfortable but the location was a bit out of town. I was a five minute drive to the train station where you can get straight into the center.
Very Polite, welcoming and helpful staff. Great room number 36, corner rooms are larger. We had two large retriever sized dogs , rooms are larger than average anyway, well decorated, light and very comfortable . All dogs accepted including large ones (tri coloured variety in our case). Location just off A63 perfect for onward journey to southern Spain. Dinner menu was good, food was excellent, staff also excellent. car parking available with locked gates at 23.00, access with room key afterwards if required. Comfortable beds , quiet rooms. Breakfast , easy going with all needs catered for , very varied buffet.Help immediately at hand if required and knowledgeable to stand back if not. Staff have an ethos many other hotels I have stayed at can only dream of. Wifi excellent without content login and fast.
My wife and I stayed here several nights, using it as a base for exploring the Bordeaux city and region. It is a little hard to find if you aren't using a GPS, so be prepared. The front desk person gave us directions on how to catch a tram into the city, which was really helpful -- you don't want to drive into the city center!!! The rooms are a bit smaller than typical US Comfort Inns, but very clean, well equipped, and very good shower/tub. Breakfast (additional cost) was above average for French hotels with both hot and cold dishes. Also a nice bar area, and outdoor seating near the pool. Parking was secured by a gate at night, a nice security touch.
As far as I am concerned, everything is great about this hotel. The staff are both friendly and efficient, the rooms are very comfortable and spotlessly clean, and the price is not excessive. The buffet breakfast offered is very varied with a wide variety of choice. Overall, I cannot recommend this hotel highly enough, although some may not like its location which is on the outskirts of Bordeaux.
We needed to stay overnight en route from Brittany to Spain and the location seemed ideal. We had prebooked and were pleasantly surprised at this mid range hotel. The room was comfortable and well equipped and the restaurant was light and airy. The food was excellent and the service good. Staff were helpful and pleasant. We will certainly stay here again and recommend this as an above average budget hotel
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- Outdoor pool
Located within a mile (2 km) of Swimcenter Bordeaux Pessac, Comfort Hotel Bordeaux Pessac is within 2 miles (3 km) of Church St-Pierre of Gradignan. This 40-room, 3-star hotel has an outdoor pool along with free in-room WiFi and free self parking. Hospital Haut-Leveque and Theater Four Seasons are also nearby.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service. Start weekdays off right with buffet breakfast served for a fee.
Comfort Hotel Bordeaux Pessac's 40 recently renovated rooms provide phones and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.
At Comfort Hotel Bordeaux Pessac, guests enjoy an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna. There's free parking if you drive. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help secure valuables, and offer advice about sights and eateries nearby. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, a seasonal outdoor pool, and free newspapers.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
68% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 148 reviews