I stayed there for a few nights before the summer.
The room was quite small and the bathroom dark and mouldy. I could hear everything that was going on at night and didn't get much sleep those few nights.
Unique Quality: It is a shame that I should be negative about that hotel as the price (especially judging on the central location) was more than okay and the director/receptionist was helpful and polite.
I will probably not come again as old building means class and beautiful architecture, but it also means tiny bathroom, bad plumbing and paper thin walls.
Directions: Just a couple of minutes from the train station
No view but rooftops, but felt we got a good price, and at least had own bathroom & tv, etc. Desk clerk was nice enough and helpful when asked about maps, etc.
Unique Quality: paid 39E for a double room with bathroom (which included bath and toilet) - one of the cheapest hotels we could find in the area around the station. Down a side street, so not as noisy as the street fronting the station. Most hotels close by start at 43-45E.
Directions: around the corner from the station - turn the corner at the big cafe with bright red awning, which is across the road, directly in front of the station.
8 rue Rivals, 7 rue J-F Kennedy, 31000 Toulouse
2, avenue Didier Daurat, (formerly Sofitel), Blagnac, 31700, France
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Address: 68, rue Bayard, Toulouse, Midi-Pyrenees, 31000, France