Hotel Stars Bordeaux Gare0.0 out of 5.0
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The room was small, which is pretty normal for lower priced hotel rooms in France. Yet, it was also old, run-down, and not very clean. The small, uncomfortable mattresses were held up by a ledge on the wall and some wobbly legs. There were no proper security locks on the door and no sound-damping, so street noise could also be an issue. The only redeemable features of this hotel were price (though I still feel I payed too much), location (right next to a tram line with easy access to centre ville and the gare), and a friendly staff.
I had to get a room the same day, and the large majority of the hotels listed on the travel site were sold out. My choices were low end or high end - nothing available in the middle. All I really needed was a place to sleep for 1 night so I chose low end. The room was really bad. It had what were more like cots than beds - they had folding legs under them and the mattresses were about 3 inches thick. The carpet was completely worn and dirty, the walls were dirty, there were no electrical outlets (except one in the bathroom for a shaver), no chairs, no hair dryer, and the bathroom was a plastic box which contained a toilet, sink and shower in a space less than 3 feet by 5 feet. It is right across from the train station, which is not where you want to be if you are sightseeing (but Ok for me because I was leaving in the morning). On the plus side: a free, decent breakfast, nice staff, and cheap (about $60).
while with minimum amenities, the hotel is clean, the bed comfortable, the water hot, the staff nice and very helpfu and it is right next to a tram linel. Not a hotel to spend time in but for those who use a hotel just to sleep, this is a bargain.
Close enough to the main dowtown area and really close to the Gare. An ideal bargain hotel, especially if you are traveling by train, on a budget, and dont mind doing a little extra walking.
This Hotel is a great place for those who just need a place to sleep. The tram stop is located almost right in front of the door and the hotel is within walking distance of the train station. The staff were very friendly(although it should be noted that only 1 of the 4 front desk workers we encountered spoke English to us) and the front desk is open 24 hours which is very convenient. Some drawbacks were the following: No plug-ins in the room we were in except for the TV and for razors; the bathroom smelled pretty bad and the shower was really small; when you pick up your key(you have to leave it at the desk when you leave for the day and then you pick it up when you get back) the front desk worker does not check any ID to make sure that it is in fact your room; because the hotel is close to the tram there is some noise but it isn't too bad; and the breakfast is pretty expensive(about 8 euros) although we did not try it so we cannot say whether or not it is worth it. Overall though, it is a nice hotel for how cheap it is. We would stay there again.
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