This beautiful apartment is located in the centre of Bordeaux, a stone's throw from Place Gambetta and the famous Golden Triangle, shops and restaurants. It offers you all the comfort for an exceptional stay in Bordeaux. Its terrace of 30 m² away from all eyes, will allow you to fully enjoy the sweetness of Bordeaux. This apartment located on the second floor, has a lift for more comfort. Entirely renovated and equipped, it can comfortably accommodate 2 travellers.
The duration of the stay is a minimum of one month. This apartment is intended to accommodate people on a professional transfer, training or internship. It is eligible for a mobility lease (1 to 10 months) or a civil lease.
Very well equipped, in the hyper-centre, you will enjoy all the comfort for an unforgettable stay. A few steps from all shops and transport, this apartment offers you the following services:
A beautiful living room bathed in light thanks to two large bay windows overlooking the terrace, with a living room, dining table and television.
A separate kitchen, overlooking the terrace, fully equipped (refrigerator, hob, multifunction oven, kettle, toaster, coffee machine and many kitchen utensils)
A laundry room with washing machine and freezer.
A bedroom with a double bed (140) and a large closet.
A bathroom with bathtub and separate toilet
A large terrace of 30 m² not overlooked equipped with a living room and dining table.
Quality sheets, towels and tea towels and a few coffee capsules are provided and your bed is made up on arrival.
Naturally, Wifi is accessible and free!
Le Triangle d'or" is bounded by the Georges Clemenceau course, the Intendance course and the alleys of Tourny. There is the Place Gambetta (former Place Dauphine), the Place des Grands Hommes, and the Place de la Comédie with the Grand Théâtre. Its urban planning dates from the end of the 18th century.
The Golden Triangle district is one of the most beautiful and richest districts of Bordeaux; it has an impressive number of private mansions, hidden by numerous luxury boutiques. It is so called because it has the shape of a triangle and is home to the jewellers and goldsmiths of Bordeaux. The summits of this triangle: The Grand Théâtre, Place Gambetta, Place Tourny.
It is from 1790 with the architect Chalifour that this district begins to see the light of day. Before the Revolution, this area was only occupied by convents. The Church of Our Lady, formerly called Saint-Dominique Church, is located inside the triangle; it was built in 1634 by the architect and engineer of King Pierre Duplessy-Michel.
500 meters away, tram line D (stop "Muséum")
500 metres away, tram line C (stop "Grand théâtre")
Train: Bordeaux train station is 15 minutes away by tram line C.
A paying public car park "Clémenceau Auditorium" is 100 m away.
Bike sharing :
Vcub station at 100m (https://www.vcub.fr/stations/plan) 1,60 € for 24 h.
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Charges included in the rent:
- Condominium fees
Charge not included in the rent:
Category of propertyApartment
Type of rentalEntire home/apt
Bedroom n°11 double bed
Check in afterFlexible
Check in beforeFlexible
Check out beforeFlexible
Minimum duration3 months
Services charges included100€
Owner Professional owner
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