A Hidden Gem on the French Coast
Sometimes known as Sleeping Beauty because its charm is a less known treasure than other French destinations, Bordeaux is a port city on the west coast of France. It is best known for its world-famous vineyards scattered throughout the countryside and among the many distinguished chateaus of the region. Although home to the most highly regarded wine festival in the world each summer, Bordeaux offers an opportunity to be immersed in the wine culture at any time of year. Winery tours and tastings are available year round throughout the region.
Before, during, or after wine-tasting, visitors can soak in the understated sophistication of a town far removed from its metropolitan sister to the north. Visit the Place de la Bourse, stroll along the Garonne River, shop at boutiques on Rue Sainte-Catherine or visit the Cathedral of St. Andrew of Bordeaux to really feel what Bordeaux is all about.
Where Are the Best Places to Stay in Bordeaux?
Bordeaux offers high-end accommodations in both large and small establishments. The Intercontinental Bordeaux-Le Grande Hotel is located in the heart of the hustle and bustle of Bordeaux. It balances old world charm with the 21st century amenities that Five-Star customers would expect to find. A rooftop restaurant, indoor pool and spa are just a few of the luxuries offered.
Les Sources de Caudalie offers guests a sophisticated experience among bucolic surroundings. Nestled in the countryside, surrounded by its own vineyard and lake, visitors can enjoy the same luxuries of a city hotel while soaking in the tranquility of Bordeaux's natural beauty.
Rediscovering a City Again and Again
Paris is a city whose decadent past and present have collided to create a world steeped in sensuality at every turn. What other destination is known to be such a seduction of the senses, where food, art, fashion and architecture are equal parts beauty and elegance. A city whose sites, smells and sounds make a stroll to a local boulangerie for pain au chocolat as entrancing as an elevator ride to the top of the Eiffel Tower.
Every first time visitors to Paris should include that trip up the Eiffel Tower on their bucket list, as well as checking out the Mona Lisa at the Louvre and a tour of Notre Dame Cathedral. But there are many more unforgettable experiences for a traveler with more time to explore. Visit one of beautifully manicured gardens found throughout the city like Parc des Buttes-Chaumont or stroll through the winding, cobblestoned streets of the quaint Montmarte neighborhood.
What Are the Best Places to Stay in Paris?
The Four Season Hotel St. George V is an institution in Paris that continues to please. A Parisian establishment since the early 1900s, this hotel has become a part of Parisian architecture as well as an example of superior hospitality of which other French hotels are modeled.
In contrast to the historical relevance of the Four Seasons, Hôtel Barrière Le Fouquet's Paris is a relatively new addition to the Paris hotel scene that has quickly garnered respect. This hotel exudes quintessential Parisian opulence. An award-winning restaurant, high-end shops and a view of the Champs Elysees make this the perfect place for a traveler to lay their head at night.
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LunaJet provides an advisory team who handles all aspects of a trip, from VIP arrivals to transportation to and from hotels. A trip between Paris and Bordeaux becomes as as simple as booking the jet and walking on board. LunaJet handles the rest of your adventure. Decide weeks or months in advance or make a last minute adjustment to your itinerary. LunaJet allows you to be free to go where your heart leads you at a moments notice.