Inter Hotel Terminus Toulouse

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

13 blvd Bonrepos, Toulouse, Midi-Pyrenees, 31000, France
ibis Styles Toulouse Centre Gare
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners Travelocity


Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good

Value Score Average Value

Similarly priced and rated as other 3 star hotels

Show Prices

Good For Couples
  • Families50
  • Couples72
  • Solo61
  • Business40

More about Toulouse



Tourist Office (Toulouse, France)Tourist Office (Toulouse, France)

View of Belfry from Cloister (at night)View of Belfry from Cloister (at night)

Misaligned Apse View From NaveMisaligned Apse View From Nave

Forum Posts

Toulouse to hamburg?

by beechdan

Does anybody know the quickest way to hamburg from toulouse? Is there a train or similar?

Re: Toulouse to hamburg?

by GyuriFT

Yes, there are trains, you will need change trains 2-3 times at least, with some luck only once. The cheapest would be to get any special on the Toulouse-Paris route and get a Paris-Hamburg special for 29 Euro. But you are unlikely to get it on a short notice. If you plan ahead and don't mind that your ticket is non-returnable, getting from Toulouse to Hamburg by train for under 60 Euro is possible.

Re: Toulouse to hamburg?

by leics

will give you train times, but not fares in this case (don't know why, but you can't book online for this journey anyway). You need Toulouse-Matabiau station.

It's a long journey (16+ hours), with changes.

Budget carrier fly Hamburg>Toulouse. One-way fare for 22 August is from 88 euro: I think I'd probably fly in prefernce to such a long train journey.

Travel Tips for Toulouse

I would definitely propose...

by Mousy

I would definitely propose Coffee/tea and crepe at the Sherpa at rue du Taur ,close to Capitole square.Absolutely THE place to taste DELICIOUS crepes, listen to good music and catch up with your friends! The truth is that now that i am back home i miss my friends from Toulouse.But one of my best memories (didn't seem like good one when we lived it every single night!!) was the promenade we made from our residence to Pl. St.Pierre ,by the river ,the 'allee de Brienne'.

The red roof of Toulouse

by Klod5

Méconu des Touristes (sauf de ceux qui regarderont mes pages sur VT), un lieu insolite de Toulouse que vous devez connaître !
Au dernier étage du grand magasin "Les Nouvelles Galeries", il y a une cafétéria panoramique, avec une terrasse qui surplombe les toits de Toulouse. Si ce que l'on mange là n'est pas extraordinaire, la visite est surtout pour le coup d'oeil, le point de vue.
On voit ici le toit du Donjon du Capitole, ainsi que celui de l'Hôtel de Ville, plus loin, à droite, le clocher de st-Cernin, et de la droite vers la gauche, le clocher mur de l'église du Taur, et la tour de St-Pierre des Cuisines.

Unrecognized of the Tourists (except those that will look at my pages on VT), a place unusual of Toulouse that you must know!
To the last floor of the department store "Les Nouvelles Galleries ", there is a panoramic cafeteria, with a terrace that overhangs the roofs of Toulouse. If what one eats there is not extraordinary, the visit is especially for the glance, the point of view.
One sees here the roof of the Dongeon du Capitole, as well as the one of the city hall, farther, on the right, the bell-tower of St-Cernin, and of the right toward the left, the bell-tower wall of the church of the Taur, and the tower of St.-Pierre des Cuisines.

Ostal de l'Occitània

by mikey_e

The Maison de l’Occitanie is a sort of cultural and activist centre that strives to protect the Occitan language and culture and to encourage their adoption and reinvigoration by the people of Toulouse. It offers all sorts of courses on Occitan and the culture of the area, as well as small art exhibits, performances and the like. I don’t believe that there is a bookstore – at least I didn’t see one. In truth, the Maison de l’Occitanie is nothing special if you are not interested specifically in the culture and language of the south of France. There are no big exhibits or explanations (unfortunately) and the centre serves more as a meeting place for enthusiasts than a pro-active centre for recruitment of Occitan speakers. Nevertheless, if you’re traveling through the Pyrenees and are interested in the local cultures and the movements in their defense, it is instructive to stop by the centre and have a look at what it is engaged in.

The Maison de l'Occitanie is at 11 rue Malcousinat, just off of Rue des Changes, a block north of Rue Metz.

El Theatro

by s_odyssey about El Theatro

Price: Its a bit more expensive but worth every penny! The quality of both food and wine is top-notch and the atmosphere is great!
Atmosphere: This place does get quite busy after 11 on weekends, so if it's relaxation and calm you are looking for, have an early meal. The Wine is excellent!! Favorite Tapas: Mussels in red sauce and the small fried fish 'pescaditos fritos'. Hmmm...

A St. Sernin Visit: The Miegeville Door (3)

by hquittner

The Miegeville Door (Occitan “mieja vila”, center of town, which it faces) is halfway along the nave and was built in the 1110-15 period. At the same time the school of sculptors were working on the Great Tympanum for Moissac, which served as the prototype for all that followed. This panel is a simplified version of the plan, probably in part because it is for a much narrower doorway. The construction is the same: large carved bas-relief panels above and smaller ones below as a lintel, secured and separated by a decorative floral band. Note that the Ascending Christ is bearded (not clean-shaven as he is in the earlier Ambulatory here and that the supporting angels do not use a mandorla). The Apostles below and the Acclaiming Angels above have Archaic hair or headgear, folded garments and hyper extended feet. Since the carving is excellent and the figures show plasticity and movement, this technic may indicate a desire to be “conservative” and does not mean lack of skill. On the jamb edges one of the supporting ends has a David and his Harp. There are figurated capitals on the jamb columns and these are finer than those on the Counts’ Door, being 30 years further on.(illustrated are an Annunciation and Visitation). The cornice has the finest modillions.


Popular Hotels in Toulouse

Hotel Albert 1er

8 rue Rivals, 7 rue J-F Kennedy, 31000 Toulouse

Show Prices

Hotel des Arts

1 bis, rue des Cantegril, 31000 Toulouse

Show Prices

Novotel Toulouse Centre

5 place Alfonse Jourdain, Toulouse

Show Prices

Pullman Toulouse Airport

2, avenue Didier Daurat, (formerly Sofitel), Blagnac, 31700, France

Show Prices

View all Toulouse hotels

View all Toulouse hotels

Latest Toulouse hotel reviews

Hotel de Paris
19 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 22, 2014
Sofitel Toulouse Centre
151 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 10, 2014
Hotel Jean-Mermoz Toulouse
31 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 11, 2014
Hotel des Arts
9 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jan 17, 2014
Ambassadeurs (Les)
36 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 17, 2014
Best Western Hotel Des Capitouls
64 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 16, 2014
Park Hotel
1 Review & Opinion
Hotel Albert 1er
229 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 22, 2014
Raymond IV Grand Hotel Toulouse
47 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 5, 2014
Ibis Toulouse Centre
63 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 17, 2014
Mercure Toulouse Wilson
69 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 24, 2014
Hotel Riquet
90 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 20, 2014
Hotel du Taur
34 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 14, 2014
Hotel Icare
13 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Feb 28, 2014
Pullman Toulouse Airport
63 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Feb 20, 2014

 Inter Hotel Terminus Toulouse

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Inter Hotel Toulouse

Address: 13 blvd Bonrepos, Toulouse, Midi-Pyrenees, 31000, France