Marty Hotel – getting arty in Bordeaux

Marty Hotel Bordeaux, Tapestry Collection by Hilton has opened in the heart of Bordeaux’s Mériadeck District. With its unique industrial style, the vibrant hotel is designed to be an inspiring, creative and lively setting to immerse travellers and locals alike with the neighbourhood…

bar in Marty Hotel Bordeaux with multiple chandeliers and artwork

The debut of Marty Hotel Bordeaux marks significant growth of Tapestry Collection in the region as the brand’s third European property to debut in 2023. The hotel boasts a large bar topped with an avalanche of chandeliers which serves as the central hub within the hotel lobby and is decorated in a fusion of classical wood, steel and concrete industrial features interspersed with bright colours, vintage furniture, and multi-textured fabrics.

bed against olive green wood panelled headboard with contemporary ceiling light and shelf for art gallery in guestroom at Marty Hotel Bordeaux

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The hotel shelters 61 stripped-back guestrooms, many with terraces and balconies and all providing a cosy atmosphere featuring stocked bookcases, wooden panels, industrial lighting and a variety of textures.

“Now more than ever, travellers are searching for unique experiences and distinctive hotels that enhance their stay,” said Matt Schuyler, Chief Brand Officer, Hilton. “Today, we welcome Marty Hotel Bordeaux, Tapestry Collection by Hilton to our expanding portfolio in France. This hotel will authentically connect guests to the culture and charm of the area and is an exciting addition to our growing collection of Lifestyle properties in France.”

green seat and art on the walls in the lobby at Marty Hotel Bordeaux-Tapestry-Collection-by-Hilton-

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“Marty is so much more than an ordinary hotel: it’s a new urban hotel in Bordeaux that inspires guests to explore the local culture. It’s a haven for creative types, where artsy bedrooms and a trendy bar – not to mention a whole host of works of art – converge and interact with each other,” said Aurélie Jadelus, General Manager. “The name MARTY is derived from a combination of the letter “M” of the Mériadeck district and the ‘arty’ concept, highlighting the vital role that art plays in the venue. This new hotel is a genuine incubator, halfway between an art gallery and a living space.”

From dawn to dusk, Marty will be serving cuisine that is firmly rooted in the Bordeaux terroir. A delicious buffet stocked with fine, fresh products is available in the early morning, while guests can celebrate the end of a workday with dishes centred around local products made by artisan partners Bouche and La Cave à Titoune.


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