A lovely place to stay. We were there over a weekend and it was exceptionally quiet – guess it is more a business hotel than anything else. It is about 15 minutes walk to the main Capitol square but only 3 minutes from the Metro and the stop for the airport bus – both very useful to know.
The Reception is bright and modern and leads into an open plan bar/restaurant. The bar was never busy and we didn’t eat in the restaurant as it was too quiet for us.
Our room overlooked the park at the back. It had everything you wanted and was well cared for. We liked the separate toilet and bathroom.
Breakfast had everything we wanted and could be taken outside by the pool. It was pretty basic but included hot eggs and bacon.
The staff were all excellent, especially the guys on Reception over the weekend. The girls on Monday morning were OK but not up to the weekend standard.
At the back of the hotel is a public park – it contains a lovely Japanese garden which is worth spending 15 minutes in.
Bonjour. My husband and I spent 2 nights here in June 2003. The price was right (about $100 per night). It was very quiet and clean and comfortable. The room was slightly larger than the typical French hotel room.
Breakfast is extra, and too expenisive. However, it's a bit of a walk (10+ minutes) to find something else to eat. We did not have any other meals there.
The pool looked great and had quite a few sunbathers around it, although we did not have time to enjoy it ourselves.
If you want to "experience" Toulouse, this hotel is too far from the city center -- when any and all action is happening.
Unique Quality: There's a beautiful city garden around back that you can cut through to get to the main streets that lead into the center of town.
And, if you like wine, there's a wonderful wine shop -- "Le Monde du Vin" -- on the main street -- 7 Esplanade Compans Caffarelli - Bd Lascrosses (near a McDonalds) -- about 5-10 minute walk from the hotel.
The proprietor speaks wonderful English and will not "rip you off" -- he knows his stuff and will help you choose some great wines at VERY reasonable prices. And the hotel did let us borrow a corkscrew.
Directions: Centre de Congrýs Pierre Baudis or Campans Caffarelli
8 rue Rivals, 7 rue J-F Kennedy, 31000 Toulouse
2, avenue Didier Daurat, (formerly Sofitel), Blagnac, 31700, France
5 place Alfonse Jourdain, Toulouse
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Address: 5 place Alfonse Jourdain, Toulouse, Midi-Pyrenees, 31000, France