The Vatel Bordeaux 4-star Hotel & the restaurant ‘Les Tables Vatel’ have the European Ecolabel, a certification awarding facilities for their environmentally friendly performances. This environmentally responsible commitment stems from a conviction: the impact of our activities must be reduced and our employees and our guests must become more aware of the ecological emergency.
The Hotel Vatel Bordeaux is committed to a quality approach to reception, accessibility and information for its customers thanks to the implementation of the Tourism and Handicap Label since 2018. Our objectives? To offer a quality welcome with respect to each individual, and to be open to all customers.
The hotel's entrance door opens automatically upon your arrival. It is equipped with a presence detector. Whatever your handicap, you can easily enter our establishment.
Whether you are a person with reduced mobility, visually impaired or hearing impaired, our elevators are accessible to you. Their width allows you to enter in a wheelchair. Their Braille buttons and audible floor announcements make it easier for you to get around. For the same purpose, your guide dogs can accompany you at no extra cost.
We have a room that is fully compliant with the standards for welcoming people with disabilities (width of doors, toilet with support bar, Italian shower with bathroom stool, remote control to adjust the temperature of the room, etc.).
Our superior rooms are equipped to allow people with one or more disabilities to access optimal safety and comfort. Thus, chairs are placed in several places in each room.
All of our rooms have a corded telephone with large buttons that is compatible with hearing aids. An indicator light also signals incoming calls.
Still in this desire for integration and consideration of everyone, the Hotel Vatel Bordeaux has been committed since 2017 with the E.S.A.T ADAPEI 33 (French Support and Work Assistance Establishment) for the washing and packaging of the hotel's laundry performed 3 times a week.
This type of establishment welcomes at least 55% of disabled workers who cannot work in an ordinary environment. The term "ordinary environment" refers to companies, private or public institutions.