When Jost works out the kinks (it is very new), I expect I would give it a higher rating. It's located close to the train station, but in a construction area, I was VERY confused trying to find it, even with Google maps. They did let me check in early, but had problems with the key card in the elevator. The room I had was tidy/small, did not have a chair or luggage rack, so I had to use the double bed as half a staging area. No glasses (as in water glasses) in the room. Turned out coffee maker, etc., some glasses and mugs are in the common area on the floor -- but I didn't know that! Despite being close to the train station, the hotel is isolated, and its restaurant hours (and menu) are limited, though my one supper (middle eastern menu, with some items not availalbe) was fine. I found this hotel when I had to move for my last two days in Bordeaux, with limited choices near the train station (I wanted there so I could catch an early bus to the airport; it's also a reasonably convenient spot though the historical city is nicer). Next time I will choose another hotel, though overall, given they are still in set-up mode, I can recommend this one vs. not recommend.