The staff was kind and helpful. The rooms were clean and quaint. I was traveling with my mother so a noise issue. She loved it! I was relieved. We payed $40/ night.
There isn't a pool. The restaurant, "La Tavola" that is connected to the hotel is great, reasonably priced and convenient.
I found this wonderful b&b almost by accident,though it was highly ranked on tripadvisor, i found it in an oblique reference to another bb that shares the same address.
Les toits de la dalbade is housed in a hotel particuair in toulouse, the former home of a wealthy resident. Though these are not exactly uncommon, the area around les toits seems to have a particularly high concentration of them
It is owned by Christophe and Ann, they bought one floor of the building and did a wonderful job of remodelling. Cristophe answered email quickly and thoroughly. His website is very good, though in lots of ways the blog is a very nice preparation for a visit to Toulouse.
I got good enough instructions on how to get there, though finding ones way in Toulouse's historical streets is not exactly as straightforward as you might think. Regardless, I was welcomed wamly and after showing me the room he took me to the breakfast room and gave me an overview of some of the important attractions and what not to miss.
The room is on the third floor of the building. It is a comfortable,exquisitely clean room notable for its simplicity and good taste. A nice mix of modernity and traditional. There is no clutter, nothing unnecessary.
The bed is queen sized and it is a joy to sleep in. I usually dont like soft pillows but I slept deeply and comfortably. There is no noise from the street or the outside,its a rather quiet neighborhood.
You are less that five minutes from the garonne river and the Pont Neuf is right closeby. For sightseeing the b&b is located near the Place de Carmes,from which you have easy access to the majority the city's important sights.
The room is equipped with a small flat screen tv,which frankly i never watched. Wifi signal is a bit variable. There is a nice large window and a lot of light. At night draw the heavy curtains. I loved the wood floors. I was there in mid september and the temperatures in Toulouse were perfectly comfortable both day and night.
The bathroom is clean, new and modern. Everything is there, looks great and works without problems. Water pressure is super. Remember to close the taps well though.
Breakfast is served in a beautiful room with a magnificent view. There is also a lovely rooftop terrace with really nice views of the city. Christophe told me that on real clear days you can see the Pyrenees, unfortunately it was too overcast during my stay.
Restaurant recommendations were uniformly good as were sightseeing recommendations.
Cristophe and his wife are delightful,gracious hosts.
Payment is in cash only.
Would I stay here again...without hesitation! I recommend this bed and breakfast very gladly,it is an excellent place to stay in a beautiful city.
The owners are wonderful- Christophe and Ann are wonderful hosts. They are both really nice people and are happy to recommend restaurants or sightseeing. More importantly, they are happy to help you do all the things you want to do in Toulouse.
Location- great place to have access to the sights of Toulouse. Lots of restaurants nearby as well
newly remodelled- everything is new and clean
I was encouraged by strong reviews on Tripadvisor and other sites. The owner, Mme Tatin, was very nice and accommodating right from the start.
Location is exceptional. If you open the door to the balcony you can see St Sernin right there. It is basically around the corner from Jean d'Arc metro, and easy walking distance to most of the Toulouse's important sights.
I was quite impressed when Mme Tatin opened the door to show me the room. It is clean, very tastefully decorated with a more classic,elegant look. The wood floors give it a real nice look. It is clean, with lots of light and very comfortable.
The bathroom is bright and clean and well designed. Some modern design choices balanced with more rustic looks like the wood. Nicely designed and balanced.
Wifi signal is not uniformly strong in all areas and it seemed to work better on a laptop than an iPad.
Would I recommend this bed and breakfast to others, yes I would. My sense is would appeal most to honeymooners, couples
The location is excellent. The view is hard to beat really. The room itself is decorated in a way you might not ordinarily see at a bed and breakfast, in a great way. Not hard to find at all. Mme Tatin warns that the cabs from the station are tend to overcharge as it really isn't very far at all. The view is just WOW!
Mme Tatin is very very nice. She loves her city and is eager to share it with others. She is a very gracious hostess.
Salmon, blue or pink? 44 rooms, with shower or bath, water-closets, welcome you in an ambiance of sweetness auspicious to the détente. Our rooms are soundproofed and are equipped with telephone with hold modem, automatic wakening, mini - bar, television, Channel +, Channel Sat, radio, hair dryer. Thirty among them are also air-conditioned.
For the unconditional of the discount in shape, a small room of gymnastics welcomes you for your daily exercises.
I did not stay here, this was being offered by the same lady that owns the Loges de St Sernin. I know that the rooms she offers upstairs are tasteful, very comfortable and very clean.
This is offered as a self catering apartment, a simple alternative to the much more expensive rooms she offers upstairs.
Minimum two nights stay and you can stay for up to a month.
Maybe not a bad deal at all.
Location literally down the street from St Sernin Basilica. Jean d'arc metro is down the street and around the corner. Good connections to the airport bus, city public transport. not recommended if you have your own car as parking is very very limited in this part of town.
Price is 65/86 euro a night, which for Toulouse is a good value
Clean and comfortable. Rooms are not very big but it is more than enough for 1-2 days.
Twin room: 65,40 €/night (just accommodation); Oct. '09. You can make your own coffee or tea in the room.
apart city,is a new block of apartments next to the hippodrome (the racecourse) and i guess its called apart city is because apart from being fairly new the place is in the most horrible remote part of town.10 mins walk thro beirut to the metro 5 mins very fast run back at night.pooo in other words.
it has a pool ,car park ,internet connection ,but none are either outstanding or unique.
Hotel le Donjon les Ramparts, Carcassonne (actually in the old city).
Two buildings, actually - Le Donjons and Les Ramparts. They are jointly owned but Le Donjon is the only one with a breakfast room - guests have to come up to there from Les Ramparts.
Thick walls and heavy beams mark the place as authentically medieval. It is part of the Best Western group. The room was a good size and the bathroom is separate from the toilet.
You can stay in the heart of the city. Many hotels are around the center: From The Plaza, fantastic hotel near
the Capitolium, in the same square, till many small and
romantic old hotels in nearly all the center streets.
Last time I´ve been in an hotel named Clarine, quite well
and with a good breakfast.
I've stayed several times at the Excelsior on close to Jean Jaurès and the train station.
100-150FF per night per person
Friendly, calm, clean, cheap and central
I stayed there for a few nights at the beginning of the summer a few years ago.
Okay, the hotel is not exactly situated anywhere near the town centre but I found it was nevertheless a nice stay if you're planning not to go out during the night (or you'll have to take a taxi back home and those are extortionate - if you can only find one - in France).
My room was a the end of a corridor, quite big, with two windows and a big bed (for the price of a single room). The bathroom was okay and the towels were changed while I stayed there.
The only drawback for some may be the noise from the restaurant under your window, but it is not that noisy and gives a kind of a holiday feel to the whole experience.
If it where not that far from the town centre, I would go there again everytime I stay in Toulouse. It's quite a long bus ride and the buses are not even that frequent.
-I have not sampled the breakfast
We stayed in a hotel close to the station on our first night. While the hotel itself was fine, the area wasn't the best so we moved on after a night and stayed in a hotel near the town hall for the remaining two nights.
The Capitole of Toulouse (one of the 3 Capitols to the world: Rome, Washington and Toulouse) is the seat of the township.
It is there that the marriages and the big events of life are celebrated in the city.
It is there that the toulousians gets administrative information.
It is also there that the tourists will find the office of the Tourism.
The part the on the right some monument shelters the famous Theater of the Capitole, that is a famous lyric theater.
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