A Modern Cultural Fairytale in the Heart of Bordeaux
A 19th-century landmark originally home to the cellars of the prestigious Maison Calvet is a fitting destination for Mondrian Bordeaux Les Carmes. Once again devoted to pursuits of beauty and excellence, this emblematic building has been reimagined by Philippe Starck to create a new expression of Bordeaux influenced by a reverence for Eastern and Western traditions. Guests will be welcomed to Chartrons, a picturesque area rich in the heritage of wine merchants, with all the hallmarks of the Mondrian experience: imaginative dining, immersive wellness, and inspiration at every turn.
Rooms & Suites
Throughout the hotel, internationally renowned designer Phillippe Starck combines materials such as leather and concrete in unexpected ways and creates a cosmopolitan sensibility through provocative and surprising moments.
Chef Masaharu Morimoto’s First Restaurant in Europe
Celebrated Japanese Master Chef Masaharu Morimoto debuts his first restaurant in Europe, Morimoto Bordeaux, which blends Asian culinary artistry with Western flavors to deliver a vibrant selection of dishes.
Morimoto Bordeaux will offer an eclectic take on some of Chef’s favorite recipes combined with local French ingredients, complemented by an expansive wine and sake list which can be enjoyed on a lush patio.
Equipped with a magnificent swimming pool, mixed hammam and sauna as well as four treatment cabins, guests will embark on a journey of deep relaxation and renewal orchestrated by dedicated experts.
Meetings & Events
Mondrian Bordeaux Les Carmes features two Philippe Starck designed meeting rooms offering a combined 110 m² of meeting space and state-of-the art technology.
Mondrian Bordeaux Les Carmes offers amenities built to delight discerning guests.
Spa with a sauna, hammam and heated pool
24/7 Fitness Center
Concierge clefs d’or