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    Hilton Garden Inn Bordeaux Centre Opens as the Brand’s First Property in France, offering Guests Access to World-Class Hospitality in the heart of France’s Wine-Growing Region…

    France’s hub of the famed wine-growing region, Bordeaux, has drawn the attention of Hilton Hotels’ upscale yet affordable brand Hilton Garden Inn as it launches its first hotel in France.

    The new 166-key hotel joins an existing nine Hilton properties in France, which will be managed by Naos Hotel Groupe.

    The highly anticipated property offers business travellers and holiday seekers access to Hilton’s globally recognised hospitality service in the heart of one of France’s cultural hubs. The hotel is located in the centre of Bordeaux and references motifs from the location throughout the interior design.

    “We are delighted to bring the Hilton Garden Inn experience to guests staying in the beautiful and exciting city of Bordeaux,” comments Vincent Digne, General Manager. “Infamous for the production of its local wine, Bordeaux is also known for its landmark 11th century cathedral, 18th to 19th century mansions and public gardens lining the curving river quays. Bordeaux offers travellers a sensorial escape, and we look forward to enriching travellers’ time in the city with our renowned approach to hospitality, whether it is taking comfort in our spacious and fully equipped guestrooms or dining at our unique restaurant with stunning riverside views.”

    The well-appointed modern and airy 166 guestrooms include 35 family rooms, 29 deluxe rooms, 17 suites and five wheelchair accessible rooms.

    Designed for both leisure and business travellers in mind, the indoor event spaces at Hilton Garden Inn Bordeaux Centre includes more than 250 square meters of banquet space, make it an ideal riverside venue for hosting or celebrating a special occasion. Business travellers can take advantage of the hotel’s spacious meeting rooms that are modern and fully equipped for any event.

    Hamish Kilburn / 07.08.2018

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