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PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS:

  • With the famed Château Cos d’Estournel winery as its neighbour, this elegant 18-century mansion offers country living in one of Bordeaux’s most prestigious wine-growing regions. Whether lounging on the outdoor terrace or relaxing in your room, grapevines are usually within view. Let the open kitchen work its magic.
  • Vineyard-surrounded boutique hotel La Maison d’Estournel is on a pretty estate in wine-soaked Bordeaux’s Haut-Médoc region. The former home of a renowned 18th-century vintner, this 14-room stay is fit for modern royalty. Survey your estate from your in-room bath tub, sample the grown-on-site varietals with a guided tasting, peruse the library for a well-worn volume to tote out onto the terrace and dine like kings and queens in the mod-French restaurant.

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  • Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
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  • Complimentary Wi-Fi.
  • Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.

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Hotel La Mirande Hotel

With the famed Château Cos d’Estournel winery as its neighbour, this elegant 18-century mansion offers country living in one of Bordeaux’s most prestigious wine-growing regions. Whether lounging on the outdoor terrace or relaxing in your room, grapevines are usually within view. Let the open kitchen work its magic. Vineyard-surrounded boutique hotel La Maison d’Estournel is on a pretty estate in wine-soaked Bordeaux’s Haut-Médoc region. The former home of a renowned 18th-century vintner, this 14-room stay is fit for modern royalty. Survey your estate from your in-room bath tub, sample the grown-on-site varietals with a guided tasting, peruse the library for a well-worn volume to tote out onto the terrace and dine like kings and queens in the mod-French restaurant.

Spacious rooms are serenely elegant cocoons of luxury. Tall windows open over rear courtyards or views of the papal palace next door. Floors are polished wood, softened by coir mats and antique Turkish rugs. Walls are covered by fabric prettily patterned with bouquets of red, white and cream roses. Beds are huge. Furniture is authentic period stuff, with marble-topped nightstands and vast walnut armoires that are really there just for looks (there are walk-in wardrobes to hang clothes). Gilt-framed mirrors that convert to television screens at the press of a button are a nifty touch. Bathrooms, with over-tub rain showers, separate WC and twin washbasins, come with fluffy robes and Eau Impérial toiletries.

Hotel La Mirande Queen Bed Double

Queen Bed Double

The interior wall design of the bedrooms represent the composition and symmetries en vogue in the 18th century: authentic dado wood panelling, visual support to the historic cotton print wall hangings, reaching from the dado rail to the crown moulding ; matched silk lined curtains ; vintage parquet floors, antique furniture, paintings, engravings and carpets; invisible mirror televisions integrated in over mantel or trumeau; large antique windows with a splendid view through the period-appropriate old glass on the neighbouring Popes’ palace.

Hotel La Mirande King Bed Double

King Bed Double

The interior wall design of the bedrooms represent the composition and symmetries en vogue in the 18th century: authentic dado wood panelling, visual support to the historic cotton print wall hangings, reaching from the dado rail to the crown moulding ; matched silk lined curtains ; vintage parquet floors, antique furniture, paintings, engravings and carpets; invisible mirror televisions integrated in over mantel or trumeau; large antique windows with a splendid view through the period-appropriate old glass on the neighbouring Popes’ palace.

Hotel La Mirande Suite

Suite

The interior wall design of the suite’s living and bedroom represent the proportions and symmetries en vogue in the 18th century: authentic dado wood panelling, visual support to the fabric*, reaching from the dado rail to the crown moulding ; matched silk lined curtains ; vintage parquet floors, antique furniture, paintings, engravings and carpets; invisible mirror television integrated in a trumeau; six large antique windows with a splendid view through the period-appropriate old glass on the neighbouring Popes’ palace; *Montgeoffroy is the name of this historic cotton print as an original is still visible in a room of Château Montgeoffroy. Created around 1770 it is an “affordable” imitation of the famous and expensive French floral ikats also referred to as “Pompadour silk” with the characteristic blurred pattern.

La Mirande’s restaurant has yet to regain its Michelin star, and some may find the carte fails to match expectations raised by the prices and by reverential hush that predominates in its main dining room. A five-course tasting menu may feature seasonal dishes such as spider crab, partridge, sea bass in citrus-scented butter, and scorpion fish in saffron broth. The wine list is impeccable; in summer, dining in the garden is a delight. A delightful array of patisseries, teas and tisanes is served in the lounge in mid-afternoon, and the tiny, clubby bar is a pleasant place for a nightcap.Breakfast is served in a beautiful room with some tables in the garden terrace. It features cold cuts, cheeses, juices and patisseries as well as yoghurt and cereals. Tea and coffee are served at your table, but neither justify the hefty price tag.

Hotel La Mirande Gastronomic Restaurant

Gourmet Restaurant

The gourmet restaurant, awarded with one Michelin star in 2019, is an entity in its own right. At Hotel La Mirande the days follow a rhythm marked by genuine gastronomical moments, in which all the arts come together and nothing is left to chance. The table is a décor where the materials and the objects join with the forms and the colours of the food you are invited to taste: pleasure of the eye as an introduction to the pleasure of the palate! It is as if the products of nature had been observed and admired in their simplicity before becoming part of a recipe, however sophisticated and lovingly concocted, so as to preserve their integrity. And one of the greatest paradoxes is just how much energy is required to achieve such a light touch!

Hotel La Mirande Guest Table

Guest Table

In the old Pamard family kitchen, on a venerable wood burning stove, surrounded by the instruments of great traditional cooking – copper pans, beautiful earthenware, old-fashioned kitchen scales and an enormous wooden table – Séverine Sagnet is cooking in accordance with her credo “from farm to table” a set menu for an audience of up to 14 guests sharing 3 sides of the enormous wooden table. This is the heart of La Mirande. In the convivial atmosphere tongues become free and such complicity may lead to lasting friendship.

Hotel La Mirande Bar

Bar

Bar and Afternoon Tea service is at our guests’ disposal from noon to midnight.The dedicated spaces include the patio with its comfortable wicker armchairs designed by Gae Aulenti, the salon rouge with its beautifully painted French style ceiling and its working fireplace, the Chinese cabinet with a flowering plants and birds Chinese wallpaper from the first half of the 18th century and, weather permitting, the garden terrace and the luxuriant garden itself just next to the mighty walls of the Popes’ Palace.

Unwind with a cocktail on the patio, surrounded by gardens.

Area & Location

Area, Country
Bordeaux, France
Nearest Airport
Avignon – Provence Airport, Avignon
Local Currency
Euro
Time Change
GMT+01:00
Language
French
Best time to go
April through November

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